This week in the Weekly News Roundup, we tackle the extreme data collection and use of our private data, the Colonial pipeline shutdown, and some insights into the many tech monopolies. We also have a look at some excellent silly news.

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Today we talk about the positives and negatives and various desktop environments. We will talk about what we like and don't like about our favorite desktops.

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Today we will talk about how to run an application in a different theme than the default system theme.
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Today we will look at the latest updates from the Linux Mint blog. Here we see the progress that Linux Mint is taking toward doing what their users want.
Here we see updates to Warpinator, Hypnotics, the update manager, and the end of the life of Linux Mint 18.

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This week in the Weekly News Roundup, a new hack compromises you with your old phone number, Judge dismisses Allarco piracy lawsuit, and a lot of news in between. We also learn about new breaches and see some silly news.

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Today we will talk about the Right to Repair debate and what it means for our hardware and software.

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Today we look at two different plasma builds: Neon, the plasma testing ground compared to Fedora Plasma. Which is best, and how has the Plasma desktop changed?

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The new Elementary OS 6 has released a public beta and we will have a look. Elementary OS 6 will be moving to a Flatpak base including main system components. It also recieves some theming changes and a new installer.

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This week in the Weekly News Roundup, we see a new regulation that wants driver monitoring in all cars, a password manager was hacked, and the EU wants illegal content removed from the Internet in an unreasonable period of time. We also see some more security, privacy, and silly news.

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No Supporters Stream tonight. Join us tomorrow at 9:00p EST for the live Weekly News Roundup!

Today we will talk about the two most popular Ubuntu flavors and see how they compare. Join us for a discussion of the two distros to see which one you might want to run.

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This week in the Weekly News Roundup, we find out that the USPS has been spying on people's social media, the University of Minnesota gets banned from Linux Kernel contributions, and more news from around the world.

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Some say Linux is too fragmented, others say the fragmentation is a good thing. Today our panel will talk about whether it matters what distro you use, and we will point you to some good distros to get started with, and some to learn more.

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Is Linux Mint getting automatic upgrades??? The latest on the Mint Upgrade Manager.
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Today in the Weekly News Roundup, we look at Google's attempt to create digital health records again, Bezos wants to robotize Amazon employees more, and several other news relating to privacy and business.

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Today we will talk about FOSS software and why we choose to use that.
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This video discusses a new take on an old Amazon review scam. This is a story that happened to a friend of mine, so we will discuss what happened, what were the signs, and what to do about it.

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Today we bring some information on Google's new FLoC method of tracking people without Cookies.

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This week in the Weekly News Roundup, we will look at the Facebook leak and also see the supreme court case conclusion to the decade-long Google-Oracle lawsuit.

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