Adventures with Apple; Goop isn’t science; Facebook gives up on fixing itself; Uber looking for a pivot, still bad; Amazon wants to write facial recognition rules; tech unicorns not doing well; Match sued; burner emails; right to be forgotten, forgotten; Doordash hack; Ring wants in; DNA data guidelines; all the Alexas.

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IN THE NEWS

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How the tech unicorns of 2019 are doing on the stock market

Dating app maker Match sued by FTC for fraud

SECURITY HAH!

The CyberWire

Dave Bittner

Hacking Humans

Mail Drop

Mailinator

Temp Mail

Guerilla Mail

Google wins case as court rules “right to be forgotten” is EU-only

Botnet Uses Recent vBulletin Exploit to Block Other Hackers

Important security notice about your DoorDash account

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Amazon’s Ring wanted to use 911 calls to activate its video doorbells

ZoneMinder

Justice Department has issued draft rules on using consumer genetic data in investigations

APPS & DOODADS

Everything Amazon announced at its Alexa event

Every Alexa and Echo device Amazon announced this week in one handy list

Amazon’s Alexa-powered ambitions contradict its promises to protect your privacy

New ways Alexa makes life simpler and more convenient

Amazon Sidewalk’s success is anything but assured

Amazon’s Echo Show can now identify household pantry items held in front of its camera

Alternative iOS app store doesn’t require a jailbreak

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