Facebook stops asking people to reveal their email passwords, WhatsApp gives you control over group chats, Google has a credibility problem when it comes to product shutdowns and 5G is kinda, officially here.
‘Beyond Sketchy’: Facebook Demanding Some New Users’ Email Passwords (Daily Beast)
Facebook Is Just Casually Asking Some New Users for Their Email Passwords (Gizmodo)
Facebook will stop asking new users for their email passwords (Axios)
WhatsApp finally lets you prevent people from adding you to their shitty groups (TNW)
WhatsApp now lets you control who can add you to groups (The Verge)
Justice Department Warns Academy Over Potential Oscar Rule Changes Threatening Netflix (EXCLUSIVE) (Variety)
Media Companies Take a Big Gamble on Apple (NYTimes)
Tweet Storm on Apple+ and The New Yorker (@Michaelluo)
Google Duplex rolling out to non-Pixel, iOS devices in the US (9to5Google)
Google begins shutting down its failed Google+ social network (The Verge)
Google’s constant product shutdowns are damaging its brand (ArsTechnica)
Wayve claims 'world first' in driving a car autonomously with only its AI and a SatNav (TechCrunch)
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