0:57 - House Democrats tell Ajit Pai: Stop screwing over the public
1:59 - Ajit Pai loses in court—judges overturn gutting of tribal broadband program
5:00 - US Senators ask DHS to look into US government workers using foreign VPNs
7:01 - U.S. warns European allies not to use Chinese gear for 5G networks
8:58 - Attacking a Pay Wall That Hides Public Court Filings
11:08 - Ex-FCC commissioner advises T-Mobile, Sprint on $26 billion merger
12:17 - NYPD wants Google to stop giving away police checkpoints
13:58 - A former White House security chief is deleting Facebook pages that criticise governments
16:51 - Facebook told to stop combining WhatsApp and Instagram data in Germany
19:14 - EU orders recall of children's smartwatch over severe privacy concerns
21:29 - Filin: Russian Navy Unveils New Weapon That Makes Enemy Hallucinate, Vomit
22:24 - Apple Reaches Deal With France to Pay Estimated $571M in Back-Taxes
23:49 - China hacked Norway's Visma to steal client secrets: investigators
25:04 - Report: Attorneys General in Six States Are Now Investigating Facebook's Data Practices
29:53 - Congress flaunts its ignorance in House hearing on net neutrality
32:16 - Trump may reportedly ban Chinese telecom equipment on US networks
35:37 - How Lush is using AR to change the way you buy bath bombs
37:35 - Gucci Withdraws Sweater Over Blackface Backlash
41:36 - Tesla Cuts Model 3 Price for the Second Time This Year
42:59 - AAA confirms what Tesla, BMW, Nissan EV owners suspected of cold weather
45:01 - FreedomEV
45:55 - AMD Radeon VII Review: Performance Benchmarks With 7nm Vega
48:37 - Softbank Sells Entire $3.6 Billion Nvidia Investment
49:44 - Cable lobby asks for net neutrality law allowing paid prioritization
52:14 - Google now pays more money in EU fines than it pays in taxes
54:02 - Facing opposition, Amazon reconsiders NY headquarters site, two officials say
55:29 - Amazon says it "could be liable" for counterfeiters peddling fakes on its marketplace
57:31 - Jeff Bezos National Enquirer: Jeff Bezos accuses National Enquirer of blackmail, publishes apparent emails as evidence
1:01:01 - Woody Allen sues Amazon for $68 million for refusing to release his films
1:04:21 - Sprint sues AT&T over 5G branding
1:05:54 - Google Fiber is leaving Louisville in humiliating setback
1:08:03 - Spotify bans ad blockers in updated Terms of Service
1:08:59 - Reddit, Banned in China, Is Reportedly Set to Land $150 Million Investment From a Chinese Censorship Powerhouse
1:11:22 - Condé Nast To Put Every Publication Behind A Paywall By End Of 2019
1:12:44 - Microsoft: Yeah, we make Office 2019 and Internet Explorer, but don’t use ‘em
1:14:05 - Raspberry Pi gets its own brick-and-mortar retail store
1:15:41 - Ex-Cons Create ‘Instagram for Prisons,’ and Wardens Are Fine With That
1:17:32 - Instagram vows to remove all graphic self-harm images from site
1:18:53 - Facebook will reveal who uploaded your contact info for ad targeting
1:20:27 - Facebook now lets everyone unsend messages for 10 minutes
1:22:40 - Wells Fargo outage: Customers say direct deposits aren't showing up
1:24:20 - Apple tells app developers to disclose or remove screen recording code
1:25:47 - Apple releases iPhone update to fix Group FaceTime eavesdropping bug
1:26:25 - Researcher reveals huge Mac password flaw to protest Apple bug bounty
1:28:32 - Huawei security issues will take five years to fix, firm tells Commons
1:31:23 - Airline e-ticketing systems put passenger data at risk
1:32:28 - Scammer groups are exploiting Gmail 'dot accounts' for online fraud
1:34:18 - Software executive exploits ATM loophole to steal $1 million
1:36:50 - Nest Secure has an unlisted disabled microphone
1:37:35 - Amazon’s Home Security Company Is Turning Everyone Into Cops
1:41:33 - Thousands of industrial refrigerators can be remotely defrosted, thanks to default passwords
1:43:39 - Affectiva's AI hears your anger in 1.2 seconds
1:44:26 - Microsoft brings AI-powered background blurring to Skype
1:46:11 - Gmail is now blocking 100 million extra spam messages every day with AI
1:47:08 - An AI is playing Pictionary to figure out how the world works
1:48:30 - AirHelp’s new bots collect airline compensation for passengers
1:50:31 - The world's biggest spice company is using AI to find new flavors
1:52:25 - Crime prediction software 'adopted by 14 UK police forces'
1:54:47 - Artificial Intelligence Study of Human Genome Finds Unknown Human Ancestor
1:56:43 - Bees can solve math problems with addition and subtraction now
1:58:38 - Call for retraction of 400 scientific papers amid fears organs came from Chinese prisoners
2:00:38 - You Can Now Finally Spend The Night In A Hotel Shaped Like A Bum Hole
2:02:10 - Adult film screened on garage for entire neighborhood leads to arrest

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