Jul 10th 2016
This Week in Tech 570
Facebook Live in a dangerous world, Dallas Police's lethal robot, Pokemon Go, Yahoo sale, and more
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- Facebook Heavily Promotes Live Video But Struggles To Deal With Its Visceral Aftermath - BuzzFeed News
- Downtown Dallas Protest Police Ambush Megathread - The Day After : Dallas
- During a Dark Time in The World, POKEMON GO is a Bright Light Uniting People in Fun and Joy
- Pokemon Go players targeted in series of armed robberies, police say - CNET
- A Malicious 'Pokémon GO' App Is Installing Backdoors on Android Devices
- Wyoming teen playing new Pokemon game on phone discovers body
- Sore Legs Become Pandemic As Pokémon Go Players Accidentally Get Exercise
- World peace through Pokemon Go in a park late at night
- 'Pokémon GO' Is About To Surpass Twitter In Daily Active Users On Android
- Israel calls Facebook a ‘monster’ for not helping to curb violence
- Open Whisper Systems >> Blog >> Facebook Messenger deploys Signal Protocol for end to end encryption
- ‘Secret Conversations:’ End-to-End Encryption Comes to Facebook Messenger
- Yahoo sales process to reach final steps this month
- Under Mayer deal, Mozilla could walk away and still get more than $1 billion if it doesn’t like Yahoo’s buyer
- Apple patents a way to stop you from recording video at concerts
- NZ's anti-troll law: gift to trolls, bad for free speech / Boing Boing
- Putin signs sweeping surveillance measures into law; Snowden declares a 'dark day for Russia'
- Comcast will let customers get Netflix on its set-top box (which is a very big deal)
- GitHub - chrislgarry/Apollo-11: Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code.