GoGet Data Breach, eBay Dropping PayPal & eSports At Hoyts Cinemas [Episode 229]

Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek. Special Guest: Jessica Reesby.

Show Notes:
Elon Musk, SA Premier in deal to give solar panels, batteries to 50,000 homes [ABC News]
Data breach notification laws will force businesses to say if they’ve been hacked [ABC News]
Suspect Charged With Hacking GoGet’s Customer Database, ‘Stealing’ Cars [Gizmodo Australia]
After 15 years, eBay plans to cut off PayPal as its main payments processor [Recode]
Appeals court rules that Tinder’s pricing violates age discrimination laws [TechCrunch]
Apple Q1 2018 Results: $88.3 Billion Revenue, 77.3 Million iPhones, 13.2 Million iPads Sold [MacStories]
‘Disappointing’ sales see Apple cutting iPhone X production in half this quarter [9to5Mac]
Crocodile Dundee tourism ad airs at Super Bowl in US [The Age]
‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Trailer Premieres During Super Bowl [Variety]
Han Solo film finally has a trailer, complete with Millennium Falcon and a Wookiee [Ars Technica]
SUPER BOWL 2018 – ALL New Movie Trailer Spots Compilation [YouTube]
Gfinity city-based eSports league to run in Hoyts cinemas [AFR]
Nintendo partners with Minions studio to produce animated Super Mario movie [Polygon]

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