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