NBN Co’s Netflix Tax, Anti-Influencer Ice Cream Truck & Mad Magazine Ceases Publication [Episode 297]

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

Show Notes:
Samsung Has Finally Fixed the Galaxy Fold [Tom’s Guide]
Amazon blasts Australia’s “technically flawed” anti-encryption laws [iTnews]
‘Open to ideas’: NBN denies angling for a Netflix tax [SMH]
Open Connect Appliances [Netflix]
Slow NBN speeds: modems partly to blame for poor performance [The Guardian]
Samsung says Galaxy phones are waterpoof, ACCC lawsuit leaks [CRN]
Negative review? Now you can just delete it [The Age]
Google review of Sydney plastic surgeon leads to $500,000 payout [Yahoo News]
Iconic 80s computer The Commodore 64 to return with fully-functional keyboard [CNN]
‘We’re anti-influencer’: ice-cream truck makes Instagram ‘stars’ pay double [The Guardian]
Facebook’s image outage reveals how the company’s AI tags your photos [The Verge]
Apple is reportedly giving up on its controversial MacBook keyboard [The Verge]
iOS 13 will fix the FaceTime eye contact problem [The Verge]
Mad Magazine to Effectively Shutter After 67 Years [The Hollywood Reporter]
Up The Academy (1980) Official Trailer [YouTube]
Networks unhappy over classification limits [TV Tonight]
Box Office: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Debuts With Heroic $185 Million [Variety]

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