Mark Is The New Dan: NBN considering business-only plans, DARPA’s open-source voting system & Mad Max comes to White Night [Episode 301]

Phil Edwards and Mark Macdowell are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.

Show Notes:

Privacy group asks court to reconsider FTC’s $5 billion Facebook deal [Ars Technica]
Following The El Paso Mass Shooting, Security Service Cloudflare Is Ending Online Protections For 8chan [Buzzfeed News]
Labor thinks the right to delete is coming for Australia’s CDR after winter break [ZDNet]
New encrypted ‘SafeTix’ coming to Melbourne music venues, AFL [The Age]
NBN Co told to forget about recouping investment and focus on service [The Guardian Australia]
NBN Co floats making 100/40Mbps plans business-only [ITNews]
NBN Co blames Telstra payments as a factor keeping prices high [ITNews]
DARPA Is Building a $10 Million, Open Source, Secure Voting System [Vice]
Cops Are Offering Ring Doorbell Cameras in Exchange for Info [Wired]
Cathay Pacific is ‘spying on you through in-flight entertainment and even recording your movement’ [Limited News]
’13 Reasons Why’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season at Netflix [Hollywood Reporter]
Mad Max: Fury Road Roars Into White Night [Broadsheet]
Lionsgate Entertainment World opens in China [Australasian Leisure Management]

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