Feb 28th 2016
This Week in Tech 551
The Floor is Lava
Decrypting by update, customer service hacks, people chow, and more.
Leo Laporte, Roberto Baldwin, Peter Cohen, and Will Oremus talk about the biggest news stories in the tech world this week: Decryption by update, customer service hacks, people chow, and more...
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- Apple vs. the FBI
- Motion to Vacate Brief and Supporting Declarations
- If Apple loses, your home could be the next thing that's unlocked
- Apple Is Said to Be Working on an iPhone Even It Can’t Hack
- Video: I Dared Two Elite Hackers to Ruin My Life | Fusion
- Facebook Isn’t So Good at Judging Your Credit After All
- HP's Elite x3 is designed to be your Windows phone, laptop, and desktop
- Court tosses Apple's $120 million patent win over Samsung
- Mark Zuckerberg stole Samsung's Galaxy S7 show
- L.A. Yellow Cab's phone lines tied up in hacker attack and ransom demanded, firm says
- Hack Brief: Last Year’s IRS Hack Was Way Worse Than We Realized | WIRED
- Sony files patent for 'Powerglove'-like controller
- Popular Blu-Ray Ripping Software Shuts Down Following Legal Pressure - TorrentFreak
- Facebook rolls out expanded Like button reactions around the world
- Facebook’s Five New Reaction Buttons: Data, Data, Data, Data, and Data
- Who Controls Your Facebook Feed
- “The End of Twitter” Is a False Narrative
- Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director Resigns Amid a Community Revolt | Motherboard
- YouTube creates a team to minimize copyright violations, more changes in the coming months
- Encrypted-Messaging App Telegram Now Has 100 Million Users
- What Happened: Adobe Creative Cloud Update Bug