Nov 18th 2018
This Week in Tech 693
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- Facebook's latest crisis is... its reaction to its last crisis.
- Waymo plans a driverless car service.
- Amazon announces its new headquarters in Queens and North Virginia.
- Google's "smart city" in Toronto gets some pushback.
- Julian Assange has been charged with... something?
- SpaceX gets approval to launch 7000 internet satellites.
- Japan's cybersecurity chief is 100% unhackable - because he has never touched a computer.
- Alphabet's Verily gives up on glucose-measuring contact lenses.
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- Magid: Governments, tech seek common ground
- Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis
- A Look Inside the Tactics of Definers, Facebook’s Attack Dog
- Facebook leaders' strategy on consultants: "We didn't know"
- Portal from Facebook review: My new favorite way to video chat
- Zuckerberg Defends Company in Friday Meeting With Employees
- FB Newsroom: New York Times Update
- Waymo CEO Says Alphabet Unit Plans to Launch Driverless Car Service in Coming Months - WSJ
- Updated: A Tesla Owner Complains To Customer Service, Gets More Than He Bargained For
- Amazon selects New York City and Northern Virginia for new headquarters
- NOT FOOLED: Google’s “Smart City of Surveillance” faces new RESISTANCE in Toronto
- Julian Assange has been charged, prosecutors reveal inadvertently in court filing
- Man who made hoax call in deadly 'swatting' pleads guilty
- Japan's cybersecurity chief says he has never used a computer
- Elon Musk’s SpaceX wins FCC approval to put 7,000 Starlink Internet satellites into orbit - The Washington Post
- R.I.P. Bill Godbout, 79 – Vintage Computer Federation
- Alphabet Verily stops Smart Lens, glucose-measuring contact lens