Fortnite players are told they'll have to disable a security setting on Android, the FCC finally admits that it wasn't hit by a DDoS attack, and Verizon's VPN smallprint raises privacy concerns.
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Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.
Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.
- You'll have to disable a recommended Android security setting to install Fortnite
- Fortnite is putting users at risk, to prove a point about Google's Android monopoly
- Introducing Android 9 Pie
- Safe-WiFi Wireless Private Network - Verizon Wireless
- Terms of Service for the Verizon Safe Wi Fi App
- McAfee Privacy Notice
- Verizon customers can sue ad company over “zombie” cookies, judges rule
- Ajit Pai blames Obama administration over FCC DDoS attack that didn't happen
- Inside the FCC's risky IT overhaul
- The Triceratops Who Loved Me: A Primal Urges Extreme Fantasy - Amazon
- A Good Movie To Watch
- Overcooked! 2 for Nintendo Switch
- Christopher Robin: Winnie the Pooh film denied release in China
- Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)