Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
My Health Record opt-outs tracking at less than 10 percent: Hunt [ZDNet]
ACMA finalises new telco rules for NBN migration [ACMA]
Telstra launches first truly ‘unlimited’ mobile data plan – and it’s pricey [The New Daily]
Expect to see a lot of Chrome “not secure” warnings on unencrypted HTTP websites [CNET]
Aussie corporate and government websites with poor HTTPS redirects outed [iTnews]
Over $119bn wiped off Facebook’s market cap after growth shock [The Guardian]
Apple will exclusively use Intel modems in 2018 iPhones, according to Qualcomm [The Verge]
Apple confirms MacBook Pro thermal throttling, software fix coming today [The Verge]
Star Wars: Episode IX will feature unseen footage of Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia [TechCrunch]
Lee Lin Chin quits SBS after 30 years of presenting [ABC News]
Nine Network to take over Fairfax in estimated $4bn deal [The Guardian]
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