Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Lawyers say Uber class action may see it pay ‘hundreds of millions’ [The Age]
Scott Morrison’s website taken over by troll, now plays lewd rock song [The Age]
Australia’s Fair Work Commission to decide whether retweet equals endorsement [The Guardian]
Telstra expects profit to be cut in half after full NBN roll out [ARN]
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies of cancer complications at 65 [Reuters]
Winamp returns in 2019 to whip the llama’s ass harder than ever [TechCrunch]
Facebook Admitted That It Was Inflating Video Metrics. Now a Lawsuit Says the Problem Started Much Earlier—and Was Way Worse [Fortune]
Anti-piracy bill takes aim at ‘cyberlockers’, search engines [Computerworld Australia]
Apple sets ‘More in the Making’ event for Oct. 30 [Cult Of Mac]
Apple Customers in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Can Download a Copy of Their Data Starting Today [MacRumors]
WarnerMedia To Launch Streaming Service In 2019, Comprising Content From HBO, Warner Bros., More [TubeFilter]
‘Luke Cage’ Becomes Second Marvel Series To Get The Axe From Netflix [Pedestrian.tv]
CBS Studios International To Shop Australian Quiz Format ‘Have You Been Paying Attention?’ Globally [Deadline]
Introducing SoundStudio [NuroSound]
Netflix accused of changing movie posters to match your ethnicity [Fashion Journal]
The Alarming Way Netflix Customizes Itself To Our Tastes [Cracked]
Curiosity Show gets a second chance at life, goes viral on YouTube [ABC News]
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