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Tech Bully: Has Apple Gone Too Far?

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Published on Dec 21, 2012

Welcome to downLOADED, the show where opinionated tech pundits gather around to discuss issues and news impacting technology and its users. This week we're joined by Dylan Tweney, Executive Editor at the Venturebeat And Redg Snodgrass Principle of GWGSD Consulting and Co-Producer of GROW


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Instagram- Backpedals on New Privacy Rules

In a story from All Things D Instagram is backpedaling on a new privacy rules that critics say gives them the right to use user photos in advertisements raising questions over advertising, ownership rights and privacy settings. Is this a simple case of unclearly written legal rules surrounding the user agreement license for Instagram.

http://allthingsd.com/20121218/instag...



Apple - Tech Icon or Bully?

http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/1...

Wired released reports that a Kickstarter developer had to drop it's project because Apple has deemed it's multi-device charging station in violation of Apple's licensing rule for Apple Lightning connection cables. "According to the developer, Apple will not allow Lightning connectors alongside other types of connectors, including its own 30-pin iPod/iPhone connector, in third-party chargers." Has the company that created the "Think Different" ad campaign gone from tech darling to another corporate bully?




Is Blackberry Maker RIM a Sinking Ship?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20...

The latest financials from Blackberry-maker RIM has seen it's profits plunge and reported a drop in subscription numbers. Is there anything RIM can do to right itself or is this once innovative cellphone maker or is it a lost cause?



MakerBot pulls 3D Gun-Parts Designs From Website

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-...

In light of the shooting at Sandy Hook 3D printer creater MakerBot has pulled blueprints for gun component designs from its website. The blueprint designers Defense Distributed has vowed to rehost the files elsewhere. Are 3D printers set to open up a whole new set of ethical and legal dilemmas as the technology becomes more widespread?

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