- 1:17 Bounty Hunters can find real-time location data on mobile phone users in the US, and all it cost Joseph Cox from Motherboard was $300 to do it.
- 14:58 Lindsey Turrentine from CNET rounds up some of the big themes and technologies that surprised her at the Consumer Electronics Show.
- 34:01 Impossible Labs released their latest burger replacement, the Impossible Burger 2.0. Russell Holly from iMore ate it, and his story might make you hungry.
- 44:09 Louise Matsakis from Wired talks about how a ten year old YouTube video showing Alexandira Ocasio-Cortez dancing to a popular song shows how complicated fair use still is in the modern YouTube era.
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