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"'A podcast about the internet' that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it." - The Guardian. Hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, from Gimlet.
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One night, alone in his new apartment, Halen hears something unexpected  — a set of footsteps in the dark, and an unfamiliar voice telling him “Moshi, moshi.” Super Tech Support returns, Alex investigates.
#130 The Snapchat Thief

#130 The Snapchat Thief

2019-08-2901:09:077

This week, a Super Tech Support: after Lizzie's Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.Michael Bazzell's PodcastThe complete Security and Privacy PodcastSteps Michael Bazzell Gave Alex to Protect HimselfHow to port your phone numberPassword ManagerGoogle AuthenticatorYubikeyWorkbook to freeze your credit and remove yourself from public records websitesSudoStories about Sim Swapping and OGUsers by Vice/MotherboardBy Lorenzo Francheschi-BicchieraiThe SIM HijackersHow to Protect Yourself From SIM Swapping Hacks‘TELL YOUR DAD TO GIVE US BITCOIN:’ How a Hacker Allegedly Stole Millions by Hijacking Phone NumbersHow Criminals Recruit Telecom Employees to Help Them Hijack SIM CardsAlleged 19-Year-Old SIM Swapper Used Stolen Bitcoin to Buy Luxury CarsCops Arrest Infamous SIM Swapper Who Allegedly Stole $14 Million in CryptocurrencyBy Joseph Cox'I Could Ruin Your Business Right Now': Listen to a SIM-Jacking, Account-Stealing RansomThe Organization that Lizzie Donated ToByte Back
Alex agreed to let PJ hack his phone, giving him 24/7 uninterrupted surveillance over his life. This week, everything you can learn about someone who completely surrenders their privacy. Further InfoJoseph Cox's FlexiSpy reporting The National Domestic Violence Hotline Subscribe to our newsletter
New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.This is the second part of a two-part series. For part one, listen to Episode #127 The Crime Machine, Part I. 
New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.This is the first part of a two-part series. Be sure to follow this episode with Episode #128 The Crime Machine, Part II. 
#120 INVCEL

#120 INVCEL

2019-08-0800:25:22

How a shy, queer Canadian woman accidentally invented one of the internet’s most toxic male communities.
#146 Summer Hotline

#146 Summer Hotline

2019-07-2500:50:52

This week, PJ and Alex open up the phone lines and try to solve your problems, big and small.Read Joshua Rothman's story on printers here. 
#145 Louder

#145 Louder

2019-07-1100:33:142

Carlos Maza started posting videos on YouTube, and ran afoul of a guy who reminded him of his high school bullies. He asked YouTube to intervene, and then things got extremely complicated.Further Reading:Carlos Maza's video series StrikethroughMark Bergen on how toxic videos became more common on YouTubeMegan Farokhmanesh's article about Google's LGBTQ employees and their reaction to the company's policy decisionsKevin Roose's "The Making of a YouTube Radical"
#144 Dark Pattern

#144 Dark Pattern

2019-06-2700:33:482

This week, we discover an invisible maze, designed to trick millions of people out of their money.Justin Elliot’s TwitterPro Publica’s questionnaire for people who’ve worked at IntuitIntuit CEO’s video responseFind a Free File tax product on the IRS sitePro Publica’s reporting on Turbo TaxHere’s How TurboTax Just Tricked You Into Paying to File Your TaxesTurboTax Deliberately Hid Its Free File Page From Search EnginesTurboTax and H&R Block Saw Free Tax Filing as a Threat — and Gutted ItElizabeth Warren and Other Senators Call for Refunds and Investigations of TurboTax and H&R Block
#143 Permanent Record

#143 Permanent Record

2019-06-1300:54:172

This week, the most humiliating, unfortunate and regrettable things on the internet that simply will not come down. Also: the father who scours the internet for lost memories.
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Comments (5)

Henning Sigstad

Several episodes skips a minute forward or backward

Sep 19th
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Jonah Freedman

m.cbrrgi ok

Sep 14th
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Timothy Mollins

Oh wow I thought it was just gonna be a few seconds of drone at the end, but when I realized what was happening, it made me smile SO hard. That was gorgeous haha. And the seagulls! Lmao. This episode reminded me why I love these guys so much. Wish their content was more consistent lately, but looking back, they certainly have earned taking things at a slower pace. Plus, given the fact that they've covered such a vast array of topics already, it must be trickier to come up with new and interesting stuff. Here's hoping they come back full force. Regardless, I still appreciate everything they put out.

Sep 12th
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ABR

Timothy Mollins They go on break in August, like a lot of other podcasts and radio programs. That's the only reason there were no new episodes.

Sep 12th
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Eli

Awesome episode! I missed Reply All.

Sep 12th
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