The FCC has released a full, final draft of its "Restoring Internet Freedom" order that would basically set the stage for ruining the internet in the U.S. It's been described as one of the most anti-consumer moves the office has every done.
Maybe people can fix it later, when some form of sanity returns to the FCC. Maybe.
Meanwhile, advocates of net neutrality can make their voices heard by participating in protests at Verizon stores on December 7 across the country. Verizon is technically TechCrunch's parent company, but please get out and tell these assholes that they're in the wrong and we won't stand for it.
Tesla can sometimes stick to its own timeline: The company has completed the world's largest battery, an energy storage facility made up of its Tesla Powerpack units that is designed to capture power generated by wind turbines and hold it for use during peak hours.
Honestly, it'd be more surprising if the FTC wasn't looking into this extremely serious breach impacting 57 million consumers, which Uber also covered up with a $100,000 payout to the hackers responsible and a failure to disclose.
YouTube is a weird place, but it's also growing into the most popular form of mainstream media consumption. So that's coming with some growing pains, including shutting down the darker, more bizarre aspects of the platform.
One big question around Apple's automotive technology work is what it can bring to the table, exactly; now, we know a bit more thanks to a published machine learning paper detailing some of the stuff it's doing around LiDAR and object detection.