Amazon employees apparently turn into Amabots, the NSA turns telephone companies into spies, and the American Psychology association thinks its possible that violent video games help turn youth violent. All this and more as we turn into Geekdays.
Show notes and links:
- The New York Times Thinks You Don’t Want to Work at Amazon | Re/code (recode.net).
- Jeff Bezos Responds to New York Times Amazon Story | Re/code (recode.net).
- AT&T Went Above and Beyond to Help the NSA Spy on the Internet (gawker.com).
- Legal Scholars Warn Against 10 Year Prison for Online Pirates (torrentfreak.com).
- Microsoft’s Windows 10 privacy headache extends into gaming | The Verge (theverge.com).
- Microsoft can disable your pirated games and illegal hardware | Alphr (alphr.com).
- Even when told not to, Windows 10 just can’t stop talking to Microsoft | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com).
- Windows 10 Won’t Run Games Using SafeDisc Or Securom DRM | Rock, Paper, Shotgun (rockpapershotgun.com).
- Do video games make people violent? (bbc.com).
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- This post has no title. (engadget.com).
- Develop a sweet spot for Marshmallow: Official Android 6.0 SDK & Final M Preview | Android Developers Blog (android-developers.blogspot.com).
- Support CSICON creating a podcast network (patreon.com).
- This post has no title. (geekdays.reddit.com).