Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
My Health Record: Greg Hunt promises to redraft legislation after public outcry [The Guardian]
Here’s how little Amazon Australia sold in its first month of trading [The Age]
Foodora to pull out of Australia later this month [ABC News]
Alex Jones touts ‘the most banned information in the world’ [SMH]
Apple Kicked Alex Jones Off Its Platform Then YouTube And Facebook Rushed To Do The Same [BuzzFeed News]
Australia backlash over far-right figure’s TV interview [BBC News]
Alex Jones and the illusory truth effect, explained [Vox]
No, tech giants are not censoring Alex Jones [The Daily Dot]
Forget math. Parents now pay ‘Fortnite’ tutors to improve their kids’ skills [Digital Trends]
Apple becomes world’s first trillion-dollar company [The Guardian]
Patrick Stewart Returning as Picard in New Star Trek TV Series [Screen Rant]
Roadshow targets pirated scripts under site-block laws [ZDNet]
Cinema releases are a ‘train wreck’ for everything but Hollywood blockbusters [The Age]
PSA: First jailbreak for Apple Watch released, but it doesn’t mean much for users yet [9to5Mac]
Logitech is acquiring Blue Microphones for $117 million in cash [The Verge]
AusPost launches Tech Academy [iTnews]
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