Today Joshua Goldman of CNET reports that the FAA recommends requiring drone pilots to register instead of registering every single drone: On November 21, the FAA task force made its registration recommendations, and instead of keeping track of each and every drone out there, it suggested registering the names and street addresses of the pilots (mailing address, email address, phone number and serial number of the aircraft are optional).
Dan Goodin reports over at Ars Technica on the development of technology which can use inaudible frequencies to tie together multiple unconnected devices.
This week I devote the entire newsletter to the Supreme Court decision declaring bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
Michael Riley and Jordan Robertson, reporting a fascinating story at Bloomberg: In the U.S., companies are prohibited by the 30-year-old Computer Fraud and Abuse Act from gaining unauthorized access to computers or overloading them with digital demands, even to stop an ongoing attack.
Photo of Pike County Courthouse by the author Several excellent writing professors have told me throughout my life that you start by starting.
This is another post that began as a mere link post and became, by the time I was done writing it, an article in its own right.