To my knowledge, there is no one podjacking The Bat Segundo Show. But anyone currently podcasting needs to read this horror story . The potential implications here (third-party podjackers attaching advertisements and profiting off of content produced by others) are staggering. And frankly, I’m surprised that I was naive enough not to consider that things like this wouldn’t happen sooner or later.
What’ll be interesting is if people getting upset about their podcasts getting jacked are the same people complaining about the RIAA and DRM.
Not that it’s entirely apples and apples but you see what I’m saying re: ownership and the internet.