Patrick Beja of frenchspin.com joins Jason Howell and Megan Morrone to discuss the RCMP and its procurement of the encryption key for tons of BlackBerrys. Also, Microsoft is suing the US government for more public clarity of its data requests on cloud services. UC Davis shows how it's not easy to erase your volatile pepper spray history from the Internet. AMC might pave the way for cell phone usage in theaters thanks to Millenials. Finally, Microsoft does AI again and this time, it's not racist.
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