Apple culls the MacBook herd, YouTube returns to FireTV, a weird zero day exploit in Zoom’s video conferencing app, Elon Musk shakes up his autopilot team, and Stranger Things 3 breaks records for Netflix.
Apple stops selling 12-inch MacBook and previous generation MacBook Air (9to5Mac)
YouTube is back on the Fire TV, and Prime Video launches on Chromecast starting today (The Verge)
Instagram will test a feature that allows users to shadow ban their bullies (The Verge)
Inside Instagram's War on Bullying (Time)
Zoom Zero Day: 4+ Million Webcams & maybe an RCE? Just get them to visit your website! (InfoSec Write-Ups)
More than 1,000 Android apps harvest data even after you deny permissions (CNET)
Frustrated Musk Shakes Up Autopilot Team (The Information)
If you'll pay more, new Uber Comfort offers Quiet Rides (TechCrunch)
Spotify Lite is now officially out for 36 markets around the world (Engadget)
‘Stranger Things 3’ Breaks Netflix Four-Day Viewing Record, Streamer Says (Deadline)
'Stranger Things 3' has been seen by over 40 million Netflix accounts (Engadget)
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