Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Village Roadshow and Hollywood studios move to block piracy website [WA Today]
‘Three strikes’ scheme for Aussie pirates scrapped: report [The Age]
Thousands of Australian families ‘can’t afford home internet’ [ABC News]
UK carrier Three to block ads at the network level [Engadget]
Bus crashes in South Melbourne, trapping passengers [The Age]
Mobile phone replaces car key [Drive]
Netflix tightens geo-blocking crackdown over weekend, geo-dodgers fight back [The Age]
Samsung Unveils Waterproof Galaxy S7 Handsets [Sky News]
Apple apologises for Error 53 iPhone malfunction, releases update to fix bricked phones [The Age]
US slams Apple CEO Tim Cook’s refusal in FBI standoff over terrorist iPhone [SMH]
Facebook, Twitter and Google join Apple in encryption fight against the FBI [The USB Port]
On the San Bernardino Suspect’s Apple ID Password Reset [Daring Fireball]
Harper Lee, author of To Kill a Mockingbird, dead at 89 [The Age]
TEN in High Definition from March 2 [TV Tonight]
JB Hi-Fi’s NOW Streaming Is Shutting Down [Gizmodo Australia]
‘Deadpool’ Nears $500 Million at Worldwide Box Office [Variety]
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