DTNS 2358 – GCH-QQ

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comPatrick Beja is in and we’ll talk about GCHQ Director Robert Hannigan’s argument that tech companies need to work more closely with the government on surveillance because privacy is not an absolute right. Also Disney Movies are easier to watch!


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Show Notes

Today’s guest: 

Patrick Beja, independent podcaster, DTNS contributor and host of Le Rendez-vous Tech, The Phileas Club and Pixels podcasts


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