We split this week Vergecast into two parts: one half focuses on privacy and the other half covers wars between Netflix, HBO, Disney and others.
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller bring Silicon Valley editor Casey Newton back to the program to answer questions about Mark Zuckerberg's letter about the future of Facebook's privacy and how it can affect the company and your product.
In the second half of the program, the cast brings reporter Julia Alexander Verge to explain why HBO may have some changes ahead after the acquisition by AT & T and how Disney will be a big player in the streaming video competition
There's a lot more to that, like the segment of Paul "Robots dance while they die: a tale of cloud computing murders presented by the same people who collectively write all of James' novels Patterson, "so listen to it. Stay informed.
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