Dead AirPods; Amazon workers watch footage you let them watch; Dominos loses ADA case; Postmates IPO delayed; Waymo driverless cars are coming, maybe; tech sabotages public safety; Bezos makes it so; Facebook fines pile up; D-link router flaws; Twitter targets ads with phone numbers; scrubbing social media; proper escalator use; Diet Coin.

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Show Notes


The Supreme Court Denies Domino’s Petition in a Win for Disability Rights

Senators pressure Visa and Mastercard over work on Facebook’s blockchain project

Everyone’s AirPods will die. We’ve got the trick to replacing them.

Amazon Echo Buds

Amazon Workers May Be Watching Your Cloud Cam Home Footage


Tim Cook defends removing controversial Hong Kong map app from the App Store

Postmates’ new IPO delay says something bigger: Wall Street is turning against Silicon Valley

Waymo to customers: ‘Completely driverless Waymo cars are on the way’

Technology Sabotaged Public Safety

Jeff Bezos’s Master Plan

Singapore Man Faces 34 Years for Amazon AWS Cryptomining Fraud

How Much Facebook Has to Pay in Fines and Settlements This Year


The CyberWire

Dave Bittner

Hacking Humans

FISA court: FBI use of NSA’s electronic surveillance data was illegal

D-Link routers have major security flaws – but there’s no fix

Open letter calling on elected officials to stop Amazon’s doorbell surveillance partnerships with police

Twitter admits your phone number may have been used for targeting ads

Play with Pain Podcast

Hacker Selling User Info Stolen From Prostitution Forums

Job seekers are scrubbing clean their social media accounts

Deep Fake Impressionist


Sunday Strategist: You’re Using the Escalator Wrong

Pablo Escobar’s brother wins $3M website lawsuit, vows to take down Elon Musk and Apple