The Giveaway

3:57 - ISPs Buy a Wyoming Bill That Blocks Community Broadband
6:51 - U.S. Border Seizures of DMCA Circumvention Devices Surges
8:40 - Peter Thiel’s Palantir Wins $876 Million U.S. Army Contract
12:32 - ISPs (With Senator John Kennedy's Help) Push Hard For A Fake Net Neutrality Law
14:24 - Congress Will Make Credit Freezes Free for All in Belated Response to Equifax Breach
15:04 - Senate Bill Meant To Punish Equifax Might Actually Reward It
16:27 - Feds Bust CEO Allegedly Selling Custom BlackBerry Phones to Sinaloa Drug Cartel
19:29 - Google Is Helping the Pentagon Build AI for Drones
23:05 - Fact-checking the Tor Project's government ties
24:43 - Trump Promises Copyright Crackdown as DoJ Takes Aim at Streaming Pirates
27:40 - Online shoppers are in for a sales tax surprise
30:09 - Sri Lanka blocks Facebook, Instagram to prevent spread of hate speech
31:39 - New documents reveal FBI paid Geek Squad repair staff as informants
35:12 - BlackBerry files lawsuit against Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram
35:59 - U.S. security panel deals major blow to Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm
38:01 - Cable Industry Finally Fights Cord Cutting With Fewer Ads
40:21 - Lenovo just laid off a chunk of its Motorola smartphone team
41:34 - Next Up for Amazon: Checking Accounts
43:46 - France passes law that says Photoshopped images must have a disclaimer
48:07 - Leaving Century 20 Behind
56:54 - Mysterious $15,000 'GrayKey' Promises To Unlock iPhone X For The Feds
58:54 - 'Memcached' DDoS Attacks Hose New Targets
1:00:58 - Customers Say Comcast's Protected Browsing Is Blocking 'Dangerous' Sites Like PayPal and Steam
1:02:54 - Hardcoded Password Found in Cisco Software
1:04:40 - MoviePass CEO proudly says the app tracks your location before and after movies
1:07:46 - They thought they were downloading Skype. Instead they got spyware
1:10:06 - GeForce Partner Program Impacts Consumer Choice
1:13:05 - Is ASRock making graphics cards?
1:14:33 - Intel Hades Canon NUC Core i7 And Radeon RX Vega M Benchmarks Leak, 1080p Ultra Playable
1:16:40 - Mercedes’ Futuristic Headlights Shine Warning Symbols on the Road, and They’re No Longer Just a Concept
1:19:14 - Google thinks it’s close to “quantum supremacy.” Here’s what that really means.
1:21:05 - Oculus has fixed the Rift outage that affected all users (Updated)
1:22:40 - Chances are you’re spending 24% less time on Facebook
1:25:06 - Twitter exploring letting everyone get a blue tick for verification, CEO Jack Dorsey says
1:27:09 - Notes on Analytics and Tracking in Onavo Protect for iOS
1:28:36 - Vision-improving nanoparticle eyedrops could end the need for glasses
1:31:41 - This Week in Tech: Super Wood that Could Replace Steel
1:33:25 - The FCC says a space startup launched four tiny satellites into orbit without permission
1:36:47 - Scientists unsure where Chinese space station will crash to Earth
1:40:09 - Qarnot unveils a cryptocurrency heater for your home
1:42:47 - Statement on Potentially Unlawful Online Platforms for Trading Digital Assets
1:44:15 - Announcing Coinbase Index Fund
1:45:50 - U.S. Marshals Holding Another Bitcoin Auction
1:47:13 - Plattsburgh mulls bitcoin moratorium
1:50:05 - Japanese authorities issue punishments to several cryptocurrency exchanges
1:51:10 - Paypal Patent
1:53:06 - Most Americans think artificial intelligence will destroy other people’s jobs, not theirs
1:55:04 - Laser-Worn Levi's Are the Start of Something Big
1:57:23 - From strawberries to apples, a wave of agriculture robotics may ease the farm labor crunch
2:00:17 - Raging human drivers slap, body slam innocent self-driving cars
2:02:21 - Amazon has a fix for Alexa’s creepy laughs
2:05:07 - “Flippy,” the California fast food robot, temporarily decommissioned for being too slow
2:08:37 - 'Super Monster Wolf' a success in Japan farming trials
2:10:47 - Facebook asks users: should we allow men to ask children for sexual images?
2:12:52 - Hot Coil Challenge: The Dangerous New Internet Fad
2:15:51 - R.I. bill would impose fee for accessing online porn
2:18:21 - Overwatch League Dramaaaaaa
2:20:15 - MIT librarian: Tech workplaces plastered with Star Trek posters, other geeky stuff is non-inclusive to women
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