Engadget Podcast: Our digital privacy and rights post-Roe v. Wade

This week, Cherlynn is joined by senior editors Jessica Conditt and Karissa Bell to discuss the United States, the Roe v. Wade and how it is affecting the most vulnerable in our communities in our digital age. Next, our hosts consider the Supreme Court’s decision that the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to enforce the Clean Air Act comes down. In Consumer Tech News, we also look at Sony’s new PlayStation-inspired peripherals and Snapchat’s new subscription service.

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  • What digital privacy looks like post-Roe vs. Wade-1:41

  • Scotus nerfs EPA’s ability to enforce CO2 emission limits – 42:10

  • Layoffs at Unity, Niantic and Tesla – 45:26

  • Apple starts enabling third-party payments in Korea – 49:55

  • Sony’s New Hardware Brand Brings PlayStation Style Headsets and Monitors – 52:17

  • Snapchat + is membership model for power users – 56:25

  • Picks – 59:59

Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Jessica Conditt
Guest: Karissa Bell
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien

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