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2018-06-19 | Quick Look macOS cache bug, Google Home and Chromecast privacy leak, and Olympic Destroyer is back

Tuesday, June 19

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  • Spotify keeps suggesting that I add Lana Del Rey songs to my Inexplicably Not Lana Del Rey playlist. I think we have some time before the AIs rise, rebel, and replace humanity. - @evacide

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