Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Cancer conwoman Belle Gibson faces jail threat for not paying $410,000 fine [The Age]
Village Roadshow donates millions to major parties while lobbying on piracy [The Guardian]
Tech companies could leave Australia over Dutton’s encryption bill [SBS News]
Greens back government’s expansion of website-blocking scheme [Computerworld Australia]
500 million guests victims of Marriott hotels data hack [The West Australian]
Facebook confirms years-old messages are randomly coming back to haunt users [The Verge]
Why is the DJI Osmo Pocket camera making such a buzz? [AndroidPIT]
It took seven miles to pull over a Tesla with a seemingly asleep driver [Ars Technica]
Electric car versus hybrid – which emits less CO2? [Drive Zero]
Pooping out a Lego piece takes less time than you might think [CNET]
Supreme Court appears skeptical of Apple’s arguments in App Store monopoly case [CNBC]
Apple at Fed Square pushed back a year, as Andrews confirms support [The Age]
Dalidakis removed from Cabinet [InnovationAus.com]
Stephen Hillenburg, Creator of ‘SpongeBob SquarePants,’ Dies at 57 [The Hollywood Reporter]
‘Disgraceful and disruptive’: Gang of Youths call for Viagogo ban [The Age]
Daredevil Cancelled By Netflix [Screen Rant]
Die With Me [Apple App Store]
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