Game developers using the Unity Engine are crying afoul over Unity's pricing structure. Why are cars the worst product category for user privacy? A cyberattack shut down MGM Resorts for some time. And why the U.S. government is blasting Google for paying $10 billion a year to cut out search rivals.
- Unity has updated its pricing structure, leading many within the gaming & developer community to grow frustrated with the game engine. Kyle Orland of Ars Technica stops by the show to explain what happened.
- Misha Rykov of the Mozilla Foundation joins the show to discuss the Mozilla Foundation's Privacy Not Included guide and why cars are not the best product for a user's security and privacy.
- Jason Howell shares how a cyberattack against MGM Resorts shut down its services for a period of time.
- And Mikah Sargent talks about the U.S. government's anti-trial against Google as the company is taken to trial over its monopolistic grasp on online searching.
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- Unity’s new “per-install” pricing enrages the game development community
- It’s Official: Cars Are the Worst Product Category We Have Ever Reviewed for Privacy
- A Cyberattack Shuts Down MGM Resorts In Las Vegas And Other Cities
- Inside The Ransomware Attack That Shut Down MGM Resorts
- Caesars Entertainment Paid Millions to Hackers in Attack
- U.S. Blasts Google Over Paying $10 Billion a Year to Cut Out Search Rivals - The New York Times