Nov 16th 2014
This Week in Tech 484
We Don't Touch Your Bits
Hosted by Leo Laporte
Net neutrality debate, flying dirtboxes, Lollipop envy, and more.
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Hosts: Leo Laporte, Brett Glass, Dane Jasper, Myriam Joire, and Mike Masnick Net neutrality debate, 'Dirtbox' spy planes targeted Americans' cellphones, YouTube announces plans for a subscription music service, Google Glass future in question, Spotify CEO and Taylor Swift butt heads, and more. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twit. For additional show notes, visit twit.tv/twit/484. Also, check out our transcripts. Bandwidth for This Week in Tech is provided by Cachefly. Running time: 2:09:27
- President Obama Backs Stronger Broadband Regulation in Big Win for Activists
- "FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler signals split with Obama on net neutrality: "I am an independent agency" "
- FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Tells Silicon Valley He's Open To Obama Net Neutrality Plan
- There's one ISP that actually agrees with Obama on net neutrality
- Sonic.Net statements on Net Neutrality
- Net Neutrality Debate: Internet Access and Costs Are Top Issues
- Comcast loves Obama's net neutrality plan, except for that Title II part
- FCC Asks AT&T for Info About Delayed Fiber Build-Out Because of Net Neutrality
- Americans' Cellphones Targeted in Secret U.S. Spy Program
- AT&T Stops Using Undeletable Phone Tracking IDs
- Mobile Pwn2Own 2014: Windows Phone's sandbox resists attack
- Apple Pay grabs 50% of McDonald's tap-to-pay transactions, gives retailers hope for future of mobile payments
- YouTube announces plans for a subscription music service
- PSA: Do not clear data for Google Service Framework
- Google Glass future clouded as some early believers lose faith
- Microsoft's first Lumia defines Windows Phone's future
- Chief Defends Spotify After Snub by Taylor Swift