Microsoft Ignite starts today and so far the company has announced a partnership with Adobe, more AI powered features in Office 365, and some upgrades to Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, including new ways to isolate the Edge browser from attacks. Plus, some Google Pixel rumors, Roku has unveiled a refresh of its streaming media hardware, Steven Levy talks about democratizing artificial intelligence and machine learning. Alex Wilhelm discusses the possible sale of Twitter to Disney, and a new California law lets actors remove their age from the web.
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- California Enacts Law Requiring IMDb to Remove Actor Ages on Request