Online Shopping Tax, Self-driving Car Kills Pedestrian & Goodbye Keyboard Cat [Episode 236]

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

Show Notes:
Plan to mine Facebook data of Commonwealth Games visitors using free wi-fi dumped [ABC News]
Department of Home Affairs plans new tax on parcels being posted to Australia [SMH]
Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian [The Guardian]
Facebook changes: How will my account be different? [CNN]
Facebook scraped call, text message data for years from Android phones [Ars Technica]
Facebook dropped from Australian Ethical ETF after data breach [Reuters]
Apple fixes buggy iPhone X ad before fixing the actual iOS 11 bug [The Verge]
This Look Inside Spike Jonze’s Apple Ad Is as Fascinating as the Film Itself [Adweek]
Apple submits new accessibility emoji to Unicode Consortium, includes prosthetic limbs, guide dogs, more [9to5Mac]
Bento the Keyboard Cat, internet sensation and YouTube star, dies [The Guardian]
Spielberg says Netflix movies don’t deserve Oscars [The Age]
Netflix Films Have Been Banned From Competing at the Cannes Film Festival [Vulture]
Nearly All of Monty Python’s Back Catalog Is Going to Netflix [The Hollywood Reporter]
FX, Donald Glover, and Marvel TV Part Ways on ‘Deadpool’ Animated Series [Variety]

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