AirTalk for June 6, 2013

Sen. Feinstein And Chambliss Discuss The Newspaper Report Detailing NSA Collection Of Records From Verizon
On Wednesday, the UK newspaper The Guardian published this headline: "NSA collecting phone records of millions of Verizon customers daily." Under an on-going top-secret court order requested by the FBI, it turns out, the National Security Agency requires Verizon's business division to give the NSA the records of all the phone calls made in its system everyday.
Indiana Pacers v Miami Heat - Game Seven

The 'Moneyball' of basketball

Muthu Alagappan was interning at a Palo-Alto-based startup when, on a whim, decided to feed the company’s proprietary data analysis software with NBA stats. The results led to him to the discovery that there are actually 13 player positions in basketball, as opposed to the standard 5.

China and cyber-espionage in the spotlight

Tomorrow, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a two-day meeting in Rancho Mirage. On the top of the agenda will be cyber-espionage.

New book asks 'What do women want?'

When it comes to sex, society teaches us that men are driven by lust, while women crave emotional connections. But in “What Do Women Want: Adventures in the Science of Female Desire,” Daniel Bergner re-examines those societal assumptions about female sexuality.
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