AirTalk for December 9, 2013

Federal court weighs California DNA collection

Today, an 11-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco will hear oral arguments on a controversial California law that requires police to collect DNA samples from every arrestee.
Google Developers Event Held In San Francisco
The nation's biggest tech companies including Google, Microsoft, AOL and Yahoo have teamed up to call on the US government to fight harder against online spying. Usually rivals, the companies want one thing - less government surveillance.
Cell Phones Expand Capabilities With Addition Of Keyboards
New tech gadgets seem like the perfect stocking stuffers, but not for a small sector of neo-luddites whose loyalty for whatever outdated technology they own is unshakable. You know those people, those with old flip phones from the early 2000s that aren’t connected to the internet or prefer to watch Monday Night Football on their non-plasmas, non-HD television sets.
There has been a lot of speculation about when 80-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire. The oldest member of the court is probably taking a lot of things into consideration when deciding when to leave the bench, but politics may not be one of them.
IFA Technology Fair
Modern-day peeping Toms use smartphones to sneak videos of unsuspecting women in change rooms, restrooms, even women wearing skirts as they walk up stairs and escalators.
The creator of those iconic Saturday Evening Post covers exalting an idealized America was no main street simpleton. In her latest biography, Deborah Solomon reveals the man behind the picturesque facades—Norman Rockwell the high-school dropout, the twice-divorced alcoholic, the Vietnam war opponent and tortured artist.
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