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  1. DYNASTIES #3 - The Fords

    The call themselves the Canadian Kennedys. And they’re one of the most famous political dynasties to ever exist in this country. But the rise of the Ford family has been marred by violence and self-destruction at almost every turn. The story of the Fords is tragic — for them, for everyone who falls into their orbit, and for the people of Toronto.

    https://www.canadalandshow.com/podcast/dynasties-3-the-fords/

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  2. Upgrade #264: Beautiful Breakable Glass Objects - Relay FM

    We’ve got the new iPhones and it’s time for our first hands-on impressions. How has Apple improved the upgrade experience? Could the Apple Store pick-up experience use a little more attention? We break it all down.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/264

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  3. Episode 46 | Malicious Life

    After its breach, Equifax’s CEO announced that Equifax will be defined by how it respondes to the crisis. Well, he was spot on, but not in a good way.

    https://malicious.life/episode/episode-46/

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  4. Episode 45 | Malicious Life

    In their 120 year history, all Equifax did was collect DATA. In 2017, that huge data repository, many times larger then the Library of Congress, got hacked.

    https://malicious.life/episode/episode-45/

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  5. Upgrade #253: Steal The Ball - Relay FM

    Guest Marco Arment joins Jason and Myke to discuss the possibility of new Apple laptop keyboards at last, his Overcast priorities over the next year, and the future of podcasting. Plus: Jony Ive cold takes, streaming-video wars, and cappuccino.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/253

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  6. #270 The Most Expensive Thing Canada’s Ever Bought

    When Ottawa Citizen reporter David Pugliese called the government to follow up on a tip, he heard back from the PR arm of Irving Shipbuilding. And then the president of that company called, and threatened to sue him.

    https://www.canadalandshow.com/podcast/270-the-most-expensive-thing-canadas-ever-bought/

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  7. Episode 114: Craig Federighi: The AppStories Interview – AppStories

    This week, Federico and John are in San Jose attending WWDC where Federico sat down with Craig Federighi, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering to talk about Apple’s new developer tools like Catalyst and SwiftUI, as well as iPadOS.

    https://appstories.net/episodes/114/

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  8. re:publica 2019 – Cory Doctorow: It’s monopolies, not surveillance.

    Find out more at: https://19.re-publica.com/node/32430

    Surveillance capitalism isn’t "rogue capitalism," it’s monopoly capitalism: data-collection doesn’t let Big Tech control our minds, but monopolies on search results and app stores do. But surveillance isn’t harmless: it’s deadly toxic, and has the power to destroy our lives, and it’s precisely because data produces such poor returns to advertisers that they end up collecting so much of it.

    Cory Doctorow: https://craphound.com | https://boingboing.net | https://twitter.com/doctorow

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  9. #276 - Twenty Years After Napster: Cory Doctorow On What Went Wrong

    Digital media has been gentrified into a mall, says the digital rights activist and author.

    https://www.canadalandshow.com/podcast/276-20-years-after-napster-cory-doctorow-on-what-went-wrong-2/

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  10. “What does it mean to keep the internet free?” An in-depth discussion with Why? on North Dakota Public Radio | Cory Doctorow’s craphound.com

    A couple of weeks ago, I recorded a long, in-depth discussion on the subject of “What does it mean to keep the internet free” with Jack Russell Weinstein from Why?, the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life’s program on North Dakota Public Radio (MP3). Weinstein and I ranged pretty far and wide about what internet freedom really means, what threatens it, and how we can defend it.

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    https://craphound.com/news/2019/05/15/what-does-it-mean-to-keep-the-internet-free-an-in-depth-discussion-with-why-on-wyoming-public-radio/

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