Apple's Answer to Right-to-Repair - Steam Deck Delayed, Amazon Data Privacy, FTC vs. Call to Cancel

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Steam Deck Delayed, Amazon Data Privacy, FTC vs. Call to Cancel

• Jason Snell from Six Colors talks about Apple's big self-service repair program that is a huge win for Right to Repair. 
• Kyle Orland from Ars Technica shares what's so special about Valve's Steam Deck and when it's expected to release after facing supply chain shortage difficulties. 
• Mikah walks through a Wired report that sheds light on the shady data privacy practices of Amazon happening behind the scenes. 
• Jason gives the FTC a thumbs up for deciding to crack down on subscription companies that require its subscribers to call in order to cancel their service. 

Hosts: Jason Howell, Mikah Sargent
Guests: Jason Snell, Kyle Orland
Tech News Weekly episode 210
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