Please pause for a collective headdesking.
It’s a long one this week. We discuss the dominance of YouTube, the dick moves it does as a result, and ponder its potential fall. Recent events and statements in Britain lead us into an in-depth discussion about encryption and what we do and don’t allow with private communication (needless to say, the ol’ third rail of politics will rear its ugly head once more). Finally, Apple gives us some new toys, and buys out one of the long runners. What’s next for iOS in this wacky world of power user automation?
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Links for this episode
- YouTube is flagging LGBT videos as inappropriate
- @coolerpatrol example of a blocked video
- Wikipedia - End to End Encryption
- Tom Scott tweet about encryption
- FBI–Apple encryption dispute
- Code talker
- Transportation Security Administration Luggage Locks
- AACS encryption key controversy
- Most U.S. Drones Openly Broadcast Secret Video Feeds
- Look back at Terrorism in Europe - Chart
- Texas college students hijack drone aircraft
- New 9.7-inch iPad features stunning Retina display and incredible performance
- Apple introduces iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition
- Want a BLACK screen on your RED iPhone 7?
- Workflow App
- Apple Acquires Workflow - Daring Fireball
- Tom Scott on the history of Emoji
- Working Copy, Git on iOS