Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
‘Appalling’ emergency services data breach to be investigated [The Age]
Amazon will resume shipping to Australia from its US store from midnight [Business Insider Australia]
Credit cards become tap-and-go tickets for NSW trains [iTnews]
U.S. asks allies to shun Huawei equipment, WSJ reports; sector stocks fall [Reuters]
Facebook’s outgoing head of public policy takes blame for Definers scandal [The Verge]
How my sexual health searches ended up in the hands of the world’s biggest tech companies [ABC News]
Tumblr was removed from Apple’s App Store over child pornography issues [The Verge]
A former Facebook moderator says she took down beheadings, child pornography, and animal abuse every day — but was ‘treated like nothing’ [Business Insider Australia]
Dispatches – Inside facebook. Secrets of the social network [YouTube]
Inside Apple’s humans-first, tech second news platform [SMH]
‘Back to the Future’ Tops Franchises That Audiences Would Like to See Remade [Slash Film]
Stan and Film Victoria launch development fund [IF Magazine]
#ThotAudit: Trolls report camgirls to the IRS for tax evasion [News.com.au]
‘Venom’ just passed ‘Wonder Woman’ at the global box office [Mashable]
20 years to the day: Martin Molloy call it quits [Radio Today]
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