NAB Data Breach, Fortnite World Cup & Foxtel Partners With Netflix [Episode 300]
Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
NAB discloses breach involving 13,000 customers’ driver’s licences [The Age]
ACCC Digital Platforms report calls for sweeping reforms [iTnews]
Canberra cops admit to 3000 more illegal metadata access incidents [iTnews]
Fortnite World Cup has handed out $30 million in prizes, and cemented its spot in the culture [TechCrunch]
Elon Musk says that Teslas will soon be able to stream Netflix and YouTube [The Verge]
Apple buys Intel’s smartphone modem business [The Verge]
Siri records fights, doctor’s appointments, and sex (and contractors hear it) [Ars Technica]
Government considers forcing Netflix to produce Australian content [SMH]
The 3 Million reasons Foxtel is adding Netflix to the IQ4 [EFTM]
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