Facebook Ad Transparency, Apple Rebuilding Maps & An Australian Content Quota [Episode 250]

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

Show Notes:
HealthEngine reveals data breach [iTnews]
PEXA beefs up security controls after home sale fraud [iTnews]
MasterChef finalist conveyancer hack prompts PEXA backlash [SMH]
NBN Co’s top user downloads 23.6TB a month [iTnews]
Facebook is showing users all the ads a Page could serve [Engadget]
Twitter launches its Ads Transparency Center, where you can see ads bought by any account [TechCrunch]
Wi-Fi security is starting to get its biggest upgrade in over a decade [The Verge]
iOS 12 public beta is available right now [Engadget]
Apple is rebuilding Maps with its own data [The Verge]
‘Have You Been Paying Attention?’ wins while Tony Martin’s voiceover slays at the Logies 2018 [Champagne Comedy]
Screen greats want Australian-content quota for Netflix to save industry ‘under siege’ [ABC News]
An Australian content quota for Netflix? What a pile of Bullpitt [SMH]
What is ‘big dick energy’ and how do you know if you have it? [The Independent]
Google’s satellite mapping picked up giant penis-shaped crop circle [Daily Mail]

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