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Hey guys, It looks like you're getting a lot of hate for this episode from people who don't fully understand what happened and some people even talk about the narrative being undermined by things that actually happened and you had no control over.I just want to make clear that audio surveillance could not possibly compromise this system, so the recorder being in the room and the phone being hacked have no real impact.An audio file lasting six minutes was stored in the app's local folder.The users says he or she gave the app access to the mic and camera but only to use with the in-app chat function and to send voice clips on command — not constant recording when in use. A user claiming to represent Lovense responded and called this recording a "minor bug" that only affects Android users.
My grandma told me that for her our call just discontinued.
The idea of what it takes to build trust is a theme that could have been explored much further, and possibly in some different scenarios (ex: why do we trust paper money in the first place? Most Radio Lab episodes do some zooming in and out between big picture and important detail. And thus we are led to believe that the "ceremony" and it's extremely secure set-up are important to produce the trust factor necessary for this currency to be secure. I have been a HUGE fan of your show since you started I LOVE YOU.
what happens when a bunch of people decide they don't anymore? I felt like this one never got out the panoramic lens. It would have been a cool short, or part of an episode. So, the ultimate goal of any crypto-currency is that, I suppose, it might become the single recognized international currency at some point. Then, apparently, and unexplained tap into a google chat that is recording the event goes unresolved and we are led to believe that the creators of this crypto currency had a response akin to "meh" and just forged ahead? Either you aren't explaining the whole story, or this "crypto" currency's level of security is sh^t. Thank you VERY much for doing the MOST excellent show on ZCash.
Then, All of this is to say that if you're going to purchase connected sex toys, do your research. Still, vulnerabilities exist in any smart device, so recognize the risks before going online.
Last November, journalist Morgen Peck showed up at her friend Molly Webster's apartment in Brooklyn, told her to take her battery out of her phone, and began to tell her about The Ceremony, a moment last fall when a group of, well, let's just call them wizards, came together in an undisclosed location to launch a new currency. It was all going great until, in the middle of it, something started to behave a little...strangely. I think a more obvious topic statement may have avoided the hate-on in the comments below.