Speling, Grammer & Apostrophe’s: Labor wants encryption laws changed, Instagram to collect user birthdates, a US comedian wants audiences NDAs and Vale D.C. Fontana, Rene Auberjonois, Andrew “Greedy” Smith & Carol Spinney [Episode 319]
This is our last episode for 2019 – we’ll be back on Monday 27th January 2020! Until then you can catch Phil, Andy and Mark every Monday night from 8pm with our summer series.
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:
Facebook EU Hurdle
Labor Suddenly Doesn’t Like Encryption Laws
Telecommunications Amendment (Repairing Assistance and Access) Bill 2019 [Parliament Of Australia]
Medicare Is The New Robodebt
A Pos Trophies
Apostrophe society shuts down because ‘ignorance and laziness have won’
Alphabet’s Leadership Change
Wallets Ready – Mac Pro Is Almost Here!
Mac Pro, Pro Display XDR orders start December 10 [AppleInsider]
Vale Dorothy Fontana
Vale René Auberjonois
Vale Andrew “Greedy” Smith
Vale Carol Spinney
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