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Video: Elon vs. Apple and the China Protests

Watch the video of our weekly livestreamed conversation.

David, Declan, and Andrew kicked off Dispatch Live with a discussion of Elon Musk’s feud with Apple and whether Apple’s threat to remove Twitter from the app store would be an abuse of monopoly power. From there they moved on to the protests in China—why they are happening now and what tech companies and the U.S. government are doing right (and wrong) in their relationship with China. Also, David offered his perspectives on space exploration and Declan and Andrew debated the merits of soccer games having stoppage time.

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