What motivates people to go on revenge hacks? Do they go too far? Why is New Zealand looking at making it harder to patent software? And why is it difficult to run speed test comparisons for Labor's National Broadband Network (NBN) and the Coalition's alternative policy?
All of those questions and more are answered on this week's Technolatte podcast, as the Australian team discusses:
A revenge hack that put 5.5 million domain names at risk
The New Zealand government, which is looking set to make it much tougher to patent software
A site that compares Labor's maximum current speed on its NBN to the minimum the Coalition has promised in its policy that drew fire from Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
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Running time: 28 minutes, 47 seconds