Level1 News August 21 2018: Jailtime Secured Patron Edition | Level One Techs

1:02 - ISPs say they can't expand broadband unless gov't gives them more money 4:59 - Democrats Ripped for Totally Failing to Grill FCC Chair Ajit Pai Over Net Neutrality Cyberattack Lies 6:38 - Tesla Receives Subpoena Over Musk's Take-Private Tweet 8:36 - Tesla sues Ontario government, alleging customers denied incentives 10:43 - Australia on the cusp of showing the world how to break encryption 12:09 - British and Canadian Governments Accidentally Exposed Passwords and Security Plans to the Entire Internet 14:01 - Venezuela's Great Bolivar Scam, Nothing but a Face Lift 16:14 - NSA Cracked Open Encrypted Networks of Russian Airlines, Al Jazeera, and Other "High Potential" 17:27 - China Deploys Operation Dove to Track Muslims, Makes Intense Surveillance a Norm 18:54 - China blocked Reddit, but access is returning for some users 20:01 - To Catch A Robber, The FBI Attempted An Unprecedented Grab For Google Location Data 22:06 - Exclusive: U.S. government seeks Facebook help to wiretap Messenger 24:13 - California Officials Admit to Using License Plate Readers to Monitor Welfare Recipients 26:06 - Trump, Seeking to Relax Rules on U.S. Cyberattacks, Reverses Obama Directive 28:21 - U.S. judge blocks programs letting 'Grand Theft Auto' players 'cheat' 31:27 - EU wants to tackle planned obsolescence 34:25 - After employee revolt, Google says it is "not close" to launching search in China 36:14 - Facebook Bans The Sale of All Kodi Boxes, Legal or Not 37:40 - The AMD Threadripper 2990WX 32-Core and 2950X 16-Core Review 38:25 - Intel's 9th generation processors rumored to launch October 1st with 8 cores 40:13 - NVIDIA Turing Debuts With Quadro RTX: 16 TFLOP Real-Time Ray Tracing Beasts For Graphics Pros 41:47 - Apple Pulls iOS 12 Beta 7 Update Due to Performance Issues 43:15 - ARM challenges Intel in PCs with Deimos and Hercules chips 44:55 - Meet the renegade who's teaching the world to fix totaled Teslas 46:29 - Motorola phone 'brazen copy' of iPhone X 48:31 - Google is developing native hearing aid support for Android 50:42 - Analysts say we are headed for a flash memory price crash 51:21 - Cryptocurrency miners' demand for Nvidia computer chips evaporates 53:02 - Valve seems to be working on tools to get Windows games running on Linux 55:19 - SEC has reportedly served Tesla with a subpoena after Elon Musk's take-private tweet 57:25- Elon Musk Details 'Excruciating' Personal Toll of Tesla Turmoil 1:00:38 - Azealia Banks's Feud With Elon Musk and Grimes, Explained 1:03:47 - Bitcoin, Ether Sink as 'Sense of Panic' Grips Crypto Investors 1:04:43 - Amazon Is Ready to Take on Apple and Spotify in Streaming Music 1:06:42 - Amazon in Running to Acquire Landmark Movie Chain 1:09:19 - MoviePass is limiting selection to 'up to six films' a day 1:12:07 - Netflix will now interrupt series binges with video ads for its other series 1:13:29 - Uber reportedly lost $891 million in the second quarter of 2018 as growth slows 1:15:25 - Bethesda blocks resale of a secondhand game 1:18:43 - Google Play shows warning to anyone searching for Fortnite APKs 1:20:10 - Microsoft and Amazon begin public rollout of first Alexa-Cortana integrations, promise more to come 1:23:45 - This company embeds microchips in its employees, and they love it 1:25:45 - Children 'at risk of robot influence' 1:28:22 - The World Economic Forum warns that AI may destabilize the financial system 1:30:25 - Kroger launches autonomous grocery delivery service in Arizona 1:31:45 - Baseball players want robots to be their umps 1:33:21 - Facebook exec: media firms that don't work with us will end up 'in hospice' 1:34:54 - Facebook flat-out 'lies' about how many people can see its ads - lawsuit 1:35:55 - Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says in an interview he's rethinking the core of how Twitter works 1:39:31 - Intel discloses three more chip flaws 1:40:47 - AT&T gets sued over two-factor security flaws and $23M cryptocurrency 1:42:13 - A 16-Year-Old Hacked Apple Servers And Stored Data In Folder Named 'hacky hack hack' 1:43:33 - Mozilla Removes 23 Firefox Add-Ons That Snooped on Users 1:45:15 - SuperProf private tutor site massively fails password test, makes accounts super easy to hack 1:46:46 - Wi-fi could be used to detect weapons and bombs 1:48:08 - AWS error exposed GoDaddy business secrets

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