Your Daily Digital Digest for Friday, February 16th, 2018
Here's your Daily Digital Digest for Friday, February 16th, 2018. Thanks to @acurrie for compiling!
Your news links for today:
- FCC Boss Ajit Pai’s Own Agency Is Investigating Him For Potential Corruption - Motherboard
- FCC report finds almost no broadband competition at 100Mbps speeds - Ars Technica
- Don’t use Huawei phones, say heads of FBI, CIA, and NSA - The Verge
- German court rules Facebook use of personal data illegal - Reuters
- Facebook’s ‘Protect’ feature on iOS essentially installs spyware on iPhone and iPad - 9to5Mac
- The first-ever independent audit of whistleblower retaliation in US spy agencies was looking bad for the agencies, so it was shut down - Cory Doctorow
- How Google's Sidewalk Labs has outmaneuvered Toronto in its bid to build a "smart city" - Cory Doctorow
- Public Mobile Price Increase: $40/4GB Plan Jumps 25%, Koodo Switcher Promo Offered - iPhone in Canada
- CRTC denies PIAC request to look into unsavoury telecom sales practices - Mobile Syrup
- The Case Against the Bell Coalition’s Website Blocking Plan, Part 4: Absence of Court Orders Would Put Canada At Odds With Almost Everyone - Michael Geist
- The Case Against the Bell Coalition’s Website Blocking Plan, Part 5: The Inevitable Expansion of the Block List Standard for “Piracy” Sites - Michael Geist
- Will Canada Be the New Testing Ground for SOPA-lite? Canadian Media Companies Hope So - EFF
All links compiled by OpenMedia community member and volunteer Andrew Currie.