Spotify to debut original podcasts, FCC takes first shot at net neutrality
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Spotify is getting into the podcast game announcing that three exclusive shows will hit the music streaming service later this year.
The first premiere will be a show called Showstopper, a program that will look at music that's featured on TV shows There's also unpack which will follow hosts that travel to different music festivals across the country.
A murder case in Arkansas is grabbing the attention of the tech community as law enforcement involved in the investigation is requesting a transcript of all the communication the accused had with his Amazon Echo Amazon has pushed back saying that there doesn't seem to be evidence that the information is crucial to the case, that any customer's interaction with Alexa is covered under the first amendment and finally the FCC has voted on a rule that will absolve internet providers with less than 250 subscribers from disclosing information like network performance, data caps These and other vital matrix that ultimately protect consumers, this also opens up a loop hole for larger companies to break up their service areas to sneak in under that 250000 mark.
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