The One Where Andy Insults Teachers: DoorDash coming to AU, MacBooks banned from checked luggage and Apple relaxes position on repairs [Episode 305]

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

This week’s stories:

NSW delays digital licences

NSW quietly delays digital driver’s licence launch [ITNews]

BangBros’ revenge on revenge porn

BangBros buys porn doxxing site, torches hard drives in the site’s first SFW video [AV Club]

Doordash coming to Australia

Food delivery giant DoorDash launching in Australia to take on Uber Eats and Deliveroo [The Sydney Morning Herald]

NBN’s corporate plan

NBN Co puts future residential ARPU at $49 a user [ITNews]
NBN maps trouble in corporate plan [InnovationAus]

MacBook baggage ban

Virgin Australia Bans All MacBooks From Checked-In Baggage [Mac Prices]

YouTube Kids

YouTube Kids launches on the web

Child porn? That sucks.

Court: Girl broke child porn law by texting explicit video of herself [ArsTechnica]

Apple’s September iPhone event

Apple’s next iPhone event will take place on September 10th [The Verge]

Apple relaxes on 3rd-party repairs

Apple now offers genuine parts and tools to independent repair shops, but we have questions [iFixit]
It’s called The Right To Repair Act. Look it up [Screen Shot]


Netflix-like pirate sites offered more video than the real Netflix, feds say [ArsTechnica]

Streaming local content

Government keen to make Netflix and other streaming services air more Australian content [The New Daily]
Change is coming: Netflix, Amazon, Apple get the jump on regulation [The Age]

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