Montana bans TikTok. Also, FREE TV
The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Adi Robertson discuss Montana being the first state to ban TikTok, the Supreme Court ruling against reexamining Section 230, and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman testifying before the Senate.
Then, David interviews vlogger Hank Green about the TikTok ban in Montana.
Later, Verge senior news editor Richard Lawler joins the show to discuss this week in gadgets, from the free Telly TV to the Beats Studio Buds Plus.
- TikTok is now banned in Montana: here’s what you need to know
- Montana bans Telegram, WeChat, and Temu from government devices
- Full Hank Green interview here
- TikTok ban: all the news on attempts to ban the video platform
- Supreme Court puts off showdown over Texas and Florida social media laws
- Supreme Court rules against reexamining Section 230
- Congress hates Big Tech — but it still seems optimistic about AI
- This free TV comes with two screens
- The free TV company briefly wasn’t sure what it should do with data from kids
- Amazon’s latest Echo Buds have an all-new design and much cheaper price
- Amazon’s new Echo Pop is a $40 smart speaker
- Beats Studio Buds Plus review: it’s cool to be clear
- YouTube is bringing unskippable 30-second ads to TV
- Max promises shorter ad breaks than other streamers when it launches May 23rd
- Netflix’s ad tier has attracted almost 5 million users
- Apparently, they were all losers in the race to 5G.
- Tesla’s humanoid robot can pick things up and put them down
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