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Tech Censorship & Breaking up Facebook

Facebook’s co-founder says it’s time to break up the social media giant. Mark Zuckerburg says “naaaah.” Uber’s first day as a public company was disappointing. Hell may be freezing over because Microsoft is going to make some portions of Windows 10…. Wait for it… open source.

You’ll discover what’s going on in the tech world over in the Baltics, and Travis and Joel are off to New York for the continent’s biggest crypto event of the year, Consensus.

NEWS

It’s Time to Break up Facebook

Facebook Argues Against Breaking up Facebook

Uber’s first day as a public company didn’t go so well

Autonomous cars will do more than drive you around

Couple shot porn film in Tesla on autopilot while cars drove by

Microsoft: The open source company

Microsoft harnesses AI to make Word politically correct

SEC approves new Silicon Valley stock exchange backed by Marc Andreessen, other tech heavyweights

How to force Google to automatically delete the information it saves about what you do online

AMAZON COLLECTS ALEXA RECORDINGS OF YOUR MOST INTIMATE MOMENTS – HERE’S HOW TO LISTEN TO AND DELETE THEM

The Quantum Revolution Is Coming, Ready Or Not

An Instagram With No ‘Likes’ Could Have A Big Impact On Mental Health

China enlists its top heartthrobs to promote its social credit system in new propaganda music video

iOS reportedly getting its very own swipe-to-type keyboard

Consensus 2019

INTERVIEWS

Dominykas Stankevicius of Invest Lithuania, covering what is special about the Baltic regions, why he’s supporting Baltic Sandbox.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dominykasstankevicius/

Dmitry Beznasuyk of Searadar, one of Baltic Sandbox’s many alumni, on what his startup is and what it does (like Booking.com combined with Airbnb for boats and yachts) it is like being part of the program, and the Vilnius tech ecosystem.

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