- (01:45) Louise Matsakis, Staff Writer at Wired, talks about Facebook's new rules for the dead and her interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sanberg. Louise's story "Facebook Rolls Out More Features for Dead People" is up on WIRED.com
- (12:27) We asked Tony Romm from The Washington Post if there is a way to strike a balance between free speech and regulation to prevent hate speech and violence on social media.
- (19:00) Our smartphones are killing our relationships. Angela Lashbrook from OneZero on Medium talks about phubbing (phone snubbing) and the research around our phones and our feelings.
- (31:00) Bloomberg reports that Amazon employees are listening to our conversations with Alexa, ignoring possible criminal activity, and laughing at us.
- (37:38) Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit computer intrusion.
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- Facebook Rolls Out More Features For Dead People
- A Flood Online of hate speech greets lawmakers probing Facebook and Google about white nationalism
- Senate Republicans renew their claims that Facebook, Google and Twitter censor conservatives
- How Mindless Phone Use Ruins Your Relationships
- Amazon Workers Are Listening to What You Tell Alexa
- Footage of Julian Assange being removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London