Josh and Kurt talk about Bird scooters. The implications of the scooters on the city, segways, bicycles. The topic of how these vehicles interact with pedestrians on the road and trails. It’s an example of humans not wanting to follow the rules and generally making the situation annoying for everyone. It’s the old security story of new technology without clear rules. The show ends with some horrifying numbers behind how bad things get before people really care.
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Original article title: Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 101 – Our unregulated future is here to stay.
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