Andy Blume, Phil Edwards and Mark MacDowell are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things geek.
Australian telcos fined for not revealing how slow their internet speeds might be on the NBN [ABC News]
Aussie Broadband accepts the ACMA ruling on information standard [Aussie Broadband]
Aussie Broadband fined [Whirlpool]
ACCC takes HealthEngine to court over alleged data misuse [IT News]
Thousands of medical histories exposed in data breach [Sydney Morning Herald]
Samsung Galaxy Note 10: Everything Announced Today [Gizmodo Australia]
Telstra Pre-order [Telstra]
Samsung ads mocking iPhones quietly deleted as it follows Apple’s example [9to5Mac]
Trump calls for social media companies to ‘detect mass shooters before they strike’ [The Verge]
Reports say White House has drafted an order putting the FCC in charge of monitoring social media [TechCrunch]
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