TTR: Episode 17 for week 10/4 - 10/10 2020 | Cinemas across the US and UK are closing as Regal says they are done with movies | News on Independent studios and theaters | H&M Told to Wear $41 Million GDPR Fine | Facebook to launch mental health portal
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In Episode 17, of TechTime Radio we are excited to have our two core segments [Protect Yourself Today] clothing Retailer H&M Told to Wear $41 Million GDPR Fine [Top Stories in five minutes] Facebook to launch mental health portal, along with the [Nathan’s Nugget] and on today's episode of TechTime Radio we are talking about “Cinemas across the US and UK closing as Regal says they are done with movies” but that might be ok as we learn in the [Technology Insider] segment, and TechTime Radio will be moving on October 24th 2020 to live radio on KKNW 1150am and Live Streams on YouTube.
“Welcome to TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" Technology news of the week for October 4th - October 10th 2020.
---- [Top News in 5 Minutes]: Starts at 4:00
- Facebook to launch mental health portal to connect users to info, support - Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger will also get new tools to help support users' emotional health during the coronavirus pandemic. https://tinyurl.com/yyqj7zna
- Nvidia uses AI to make video calls way better. The company has created a new platform for developers of video-conferencing apps https://tinyurl.com/yyp7eobm
- Feds arrest former Amazon employee after company reported him to FBI for fraud https://tinyurl.com/y4bs846b
---- [Protect Yourself Today]: Starts at 13:34
- Clothing Retailer H&M Told to Wear $41 Million GDPR Fine - Employee Surveillance Violations Trigger Germany's Biggest Privacy Fine to Date https://tinyurl.com/yy8vf7vb
- InterPlanetary Storm - Botnet Infecting Mac, Android Devices - Researchers Describe How Malware Is Targeting Broader Range of Devices https://tinyurl.com/y6llbywc
- Unable to Throw the Book at Snowden, US Grabs Royalties - $5.2 Million Judgment Sees NDA Violations Get Added to Snowden's 'Permanent Record' https://tinyurl.com/y5twpg9k
---- [Technology Insider] Main Segment: Starts at 23:05
Movie theaters across the U.S., UK will shut their doors on Thursday as Regal Cinemas and parent company Cineworld Group are shutting their doors for a second time during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a Sunday tweet, Cineworld confirmed it is "considering the closure of our UK and U.S. cinemas," adding that a final decision "has not yet been reached." However, today it was confirmed the closures will go ahead on Thursday, Oct. 8.
Regal has nothing to do with the explosion in Drive-In's, Private Theaters, Movie Subscription Services, and a Red Carpet Movie Services that can fill in these gaps if Regal is no longer in the market.
---- [Nathan's Nugget] Starts at 42:46
Nathan Talks about the possible feature of Theaters in POD like format
---- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment] Starts at 46:50
Mike's Mesmerizing Moment: Facebook "Mental Health" portals review
---- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at 49:01
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