Jan 16th 2020
Tech News Weekly 116
Apple vs. FBI Part Deux
- Jeremy Burge of emojipedia.org provides an emoji update — a look back at 2019, what's to come in 2020, and how to submit your own emoji proposals.
- Bloomberg's Mark Gurman talks about the latest round of Apple vs. FBI RE: iPhone encryption.
- Melissa Hellmann from the Seattle Times gives us the low-down on anti-surveillance gear and how to remain anonymous in the age of surveillance.
- Jason goes over Wired's recent Q&A with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
- Mikah shares the "Decorum Guidelines" for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial; Senators won't be bringing in any electronic devices.
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- Emojipedia 13.0
- The FBI Can Unlock Florida Terrorist’s iPhones Without Apple
- Special sunglasses, license-plate dresses: How to be anonymous in the age of surveillance
- Adversarial Fashion
- Twitter’s Jack Dorsey on edit button: ‘We’ll probably never do it’
- Jack Dorsey has revealed the secret way to get verified on Twitter (kinda)
- Senators won’t be trusted to keep eyes off their phones during Trump impeachment trial