The EU’s “Meme Ban”, iPhone 2018 Event Roundup & Twitter Expands Video Content [Episode 261]

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

Show Notes:
My Uber rating shows I am a much better person than you [The Age]
ACCC puts telcos on notice over false advertising [CIO Australia]
Govts agree to unite on digital ID, data [iTnews]
EU votes to adopt copyright law that could ban memes and ‘destroy the internet’ [Metro]
Amazon is investigating claims that employees deleted reviews and sold sales data to sellers [The Verge]
Microsoft apparently won’t derail your Firefox or Chrome installation anymore with a dialog box that promotes Edge [CNET]
Apple 2018 Keynote Roundup [Apple Magazine]
Twitter announces over 50 new premium content deals in Asia-Pacific region [Ausdroid]
CBS To Take On Netflix With ‘Ten All Access’ In December [ChannelNews]
Conan O’Brien’s complete late-night TV archive will be posted online in January [ArsTechnica]
Hey Hey video vault opens for the fans [TV Tonight]

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