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Too Much Information is the sober hangover after the digital party has run out of memes, apps and schemes. Host Benjamen Walker finds out that, in a world where everyone overshares the truth 140 characters at a time, telling tales might be the most honest thing to do.

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Options October 14, 2013: Peter Maass on Spying, and Radiovision 2013

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Artist Track Approx. start time
Peter Maass  Surveillance   Options 0:00:00 (MP3 | )
Starlee Kine  Native Advertising   Options 0:27:11 (MP3 | )
Starlee Kine  Dr. Phil   Options 0:36:35 (MP3 | )
Jonathan Goldstein  Why Travel: A journey to Bali   Options 0:48:12 (MP3 | )

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:09pm the glowing one:

TMI's intro song - make some coffee, be done, come back, song still playing, missed nothing
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:12pm the glowing one:

exactly. stay away from the net because metadata is not encryptable most of the time, but it's enough to track you and your network of people.
  Mon. 10/14/13 6:17pm Eric:

but how does this meta data set off alarms? we should look at this person because they bought a couple of gas grills on amazon?
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:19pm the glowing one:

algorithms. they find correlations that connect search cirteria to individuals. it's all done by machines. in real-time 24/7.
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:22pm the glowing one:

and the sad thing, it doesn't even work to prevent terror attacks. there's blatant lack of evidence it does. yet the reaction to such attacks which those mechanisms failed to prevent is to call for more bogus surveillance. it's kafkaesk.
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:24pm the glowing one:

hah! there's a new old expression for the relationship between the government and the citizens: cold war.
  Mon. 10/14/13 6:29pm Eric:

yeah I suppose they could try some kind of AI, check patterns of known criminals and use those to generate algorithms to try to identify prospective criminals, sounds ok in theory, though I certainly don't advocate it
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:39pm the glowing one:

Native advertising is harder to block with ad blockers. Huge advantage. But readers get put off by native advertising just the same... once they've spotted it. So in the end it might be even more damaging than regular ads.
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:45pm the glowing one:

Listening to Phil Collins equals pain. I can concur with that.
  Mon. 10/14/13 6:52pm Hã?:

That sound's like all 60's "post" artists in the world. If it's not from the 60's then that's a problem...
Avatar    Mon. 10/14/13 6:56pm dale:

why does this fellow sound so much like david sedaris?
  Mon. 10/14/13 6:57pm Hã?:

http://www.vdrome.org/wolf.html
  Fri. 10/18/13 2:17pm Al:

What was the song played in the outro?
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