TEC069: How long should our technology last? Dom Bettinelli, Pat Scott, and Fr. Andrew Kinstetter discuss how long companies should support and repair devices and our expectations for how long they last, and whether we should have a right to repair them. Plus cleaning up your privacy leaks and social media.
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Links for this episode:
- How Apple Decides Which Products Are ‘Vintage’ and ‘Obsolete’
- Wearables like Fitbit and Oura can detect coronavirus symptoms, new research shows – The Washington Post
- Walmart employees are out to show its anti-shoplifting AI doesn’t work | Ars Technica
- Miss Your Office? Some Companies Are Building Virtual Replicas – WSJ
- What It’s Like to Get Doxed for Taking a Bike Ride
- How to Quickly Delete Old Facebook Posts | PCMag
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