Ooh la la! Horreur Wi-Fi en France! Some folks have experienced the drawbacks of Web 3.0 as their NFTs are stolen, and should computers own the copyright over the art they produce?
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Mark Stockley.
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Mark Stockley – @markstockley
- Les dents, le brouilleur et au lit! — ANFR.
- Dad takes down town's internet by mistake to get his kids offline — Bleeping Computer.
- My first impressions of web3 — Moxie Marlinspike.
- Graham or Carole? – NFT for sale — OpenSea.
- $1.7 million in NFTs stolen in apparent phishing attack on OpenSea users — The Verge.
- Art Copyright, Explained — Artsy.
- The US Copyright Office says an AI can’t copyright its art — The Verge.
- Ruling on "A Recent Entrance to Paradise" — Copyright Review Board.
- Appeals court blasts PETA for using selfie monkey as ‘an unwitting pawn’ — The Verge.
- 'Monkey selfie' case: Photographer wins two year legal fight against Peta over the image copyright — The Independent.
- What I Wish They Taught Me about Copyright in Art School — Library of Congress.
- Who is Banksy and why did he lose the trademark for four of his most famous works? — Sydney Morning Herald.
- The Tinder Swindler — Netflix.
- You Can’t Make This Up: The Making of a Swindler (Part one) — Podcast going behind the scenes of “The Tinder Swindler.”
- Why insects do not (and cannot) attack healthy plants — YouTube.
- Eye of the Storm — BBC iPlayer.
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