Manage episode 263136522 series 135
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn welcome back Adi Robertson and Casey Newton to the show to discuss Trump's executive order targeting social media companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Google. Julia Alexander also stops by to discuss the launch of WarnerMedia's new streaming service HBO Max.
Stories discussed this week:
- Google search results will take ‘page experience’ into account next year
- T-Mobile now supports cross-carrier RCS messaging
- Google Messages may finally be adding end-to-end encryption for RCS
- Why Twitter labeling Trump’s tweets as “potentially misleading” is a big step forward
- FCC commissioner says Trump’s Section 230 plan ‘does not work’
- Donald Trump is starting a messy fight with the entire internet
- White House organizes harassment of Twitter employee as Trump threatens company
- Donald Trump signs executive order targeting social media companies
- YouTube is deleting comments with two phrases that insult ...
- YouTube fixes error that deleted comments critical of the ...
- YouTube says China-linked comment deletions weren't ...
- HBO Max is full of potential, but its biggest hurdle remains AT&T’s messy execution
- HBO Max is taking on Netflix with human curation instead of solely relying on algorithms
- HBO Max will use anime from Crunchyroll to compete with Netflix’s growing empire
- All eight Harry Potter movies are streaming on HBO Max much earlier than expected
- Snyder Cut fans demanded AT&T’s attention, and now AT&T is demanding their cash
- Here are the hundreds of classic movies people can stream on HBO Max
- You can no longer subscribe to HBO via Apple TV Channels
- HBO Max’s catalog is full of weird holes
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