This Week in Google with Leo Laporte

Feb 5th 2020

This Week in Google 545

Doughy and Divisive

Is Google a Monopoly? Clearview Face Recognition
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Category: News

This Week's Stories:

  •  YouTube cuts off Clearview AI face recognition
  •  Google sent private videos to strangers
  •  Google shuts down Chinese offices over Coronavirus
  •  DOJ vs Google
  •  Iowa Caucus Kerfuffle
  •  Google Q4 2019 Earnings: YouTube makes you $15 billion/year
  •  How big do you have to be to be a monopoly?
  •  Olivetti: shutting down the first personal computer
  •  Google's Assembler can tell if an image has been photoshopped
  •  How to hack Google Maps traffic
  •  ZTE quarantines their Mobile World Congress staff
  •  Spotify buys The Ringer
  •  Hear the Canterbury Tales read by Terry Jones
  •  Sale of .org held up
  •  The new emoji for 2020
  •  Hummer electric 2020
  •  Philips Hue hack
  •  Google's open-source two-factor security key


Picks of the Week:

  •  Ant's Good Stuff #1: A Personal Black History Month Recognition
  •  Ant's Good Stuff #2: Belton by Alison Ashley Darby
  •  Stacey's Thing #1: Camect
  •  Stacey's Thing #2: Ruby Chocolate
  •  Jeff's Numbers: Amazon 150m Prime members

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