How did a saxophonist sneak sensitive information in and out of the Soviet Union? How might an Apple AirTag have led to murder? And isn't the world of cryptocurrency and blockchain doing just great?
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Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.
Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.
- Welsh James Bond Timothy Dalton's cello escape in "The Living Daylights" — YouTube.
- How a Saxophonist Tricked the KGB by Encrypting Secrets in Music — Wired.
- Woman accused of killing boyfriend using AirTag tracking — The Register.
- Andre Smith fatally struck by car outside Tilly's Pub, woman charged — Indy Star.
- Indianapolis woman Gaylyn Morris accused of tracking boyfriend with Apple AirTag, killing him with car, police say — The Washington Post.
- An update on AirTag and unwanted tracking — Apple.
- Apple Updates iPhone with 'Safety Check' for Domestic Victims — Gizmodo.
- Web3 is going just great.
- Audm - Listen to feature stories from The Atlantic, WIRED, and more.
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