Not OK Google | LINUX Unplugged 98

Not OK Google | LINUX Unplugged 98

We look at some tools that make installing Linux on multiple computers a snap, discuss our favorite backup and reload approaches & then debate the merits of Chromium auto-downloading a binary to enable users microphones.

Plus a great interview with the Openoid project from SELF2015 & more!

Thanks to:



Linux Academy

Direct Download:

MP3 Audio | OGG Audio | Video | HD Video | Torrent | YouTube

RSS Feeds:

MP3 Feed | OGG Feed | iTunes Feed | Video Feed | Torrent Feed | WebM Torrent Feed

Become a supporter on Patreon:


Show Notes:


Catch Up:


Butterknife – Deploy a customized Linux to hundreds of machines in minutes


Google was downloading audio listeners onto computers without consent, say Chromium users

Google was downloading audio listeners onto computers without consent before the bug was fixed, Rick Falkvinge, founder of the Pirate Party has claimed.

Writing on the website Privacy Online News, Falkvinge alleged that Google listened into the conversations of users of Chromium without consent, through a ‘black box’ of code.

The ‘black box’ code was downloaded to enable a feature that activates a search function when you say “Ok, Google,” however the code appears to have enabled eavesdropping on conversations prior to this — in order to hear the phrase.

The software is able to transmit audio data back to Google, but Google claim the code was merely downloaded without consent and knowledge, not activated.

Linux Academy

sanoid · GitHub

Networks and systems enable every business operating today. We keep them running and make enterprise-level features available to small and mid-size organizations.

Runs Linux from the people:

  • Send in a pic/video of your runs Linux.
  • Please upload videos to YouTube and submit a link via email or the subreddit.

Support Jupiter Broadcasting on Patreon

Question? Comments? Contact us here!