News of the Week; January 30, 2019


  1. Fake news on Twitter during the 2016 U.S. presidential election (Nir Grinberg, Kenneth Joseph, Lisa Friedland, Briony Swire-Thompson, David Lazer)
  2. Older, right-leaning Twitter users spread the most fake news in 2016, study finds
  3. Emma Best’s New Transparency Project Targets Russian Leaks She Says Wikileaks Refuses To Touch
  4. Chinese Court Creates App To Alert Citizens Of Deadbeat Debtors In Their Area
  5. Cameroon Military Arresting, Trying, And Jailing Journalists On ‘Fake News’ Charges
  6. U.S. Charges Huawei with Theft of Trade Secrets; Risks for Carriers Using Huawei Equipment Increase 
  7. Bell and Telus have been using Huawei equipment to deploy fibre-optic networks for years
  8. Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them
  9. Facebook pays teens to install an app that could collect all kinds of data
  10. Facebook Got Busted Paying Teenagers $20 A Month For Private Data
  11. Why Facebook’s Banned ‘Research’ App Was So Invasive
  12. Facebook Let Kids Rack Up Charges on Parents’ Credit Cards and Did Nothing to Stop It 
  13. Facebook Hires Up Three Of Its Biggest Privacy Critics
  14. The rise of the Facebook divorce
  15. I Cut Facebook Out of My Life. Surprisingly, I Missed It
  16. Tuning out: What happens when you drop Facebook? 
  17. Facebook’s Privacy Problems Are Piling Up Too Quickly To Chronicle
  18. Mark Zuckerberg, Let Me Fix That Op-Ed You Wrote: I can tell the people what it is you’re really trying to say.
  19. State-aligned trolling in Iran and the double-edged affordances of Instagram
  20. Inside The UAE’s Secret Hacking Team of American Mercenaries: Ex-NSA operatives reveal how they helped spy on targets for the Arab monarchy – dissidents, rival leaders and journalists
  21. Brands Crack Down On Instagram’s Content Moderation After Ads Run Alongside Posts About Self-Harm, Suicide 
  22. John Mayer’s Instagram Talk Show Returns
  23. Notice of Terms via Buried Link within a Post-Sale Email Unenforceable 
  24. The Copyright “Meme” Game: Can an Internet Meme Containing a Copyrighted Work Be Considered Infringing? 
  25. Vine Successor ‘Byte’ Won’t Showcase Follower Counts On Users’ Profiles, Founder Says
  26. The Egg Is Now Trying to Sell Us Hulu
  28. CE Family Announces YouTube Hiatus, Comeback Docuseries In Wake Of Phallic Lollipop Incident
  29. In Bizarre Tweet, Pope Francis Calls Virgin Mary “The First Influencer”
  30. As U.K. cracks down on social media endorsements, where does Canada stand? 
  31. The CMA clamps down on social media endorsements 
  32. Facebook to integrate WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger
  33. Can the internet be made safe for children? (Andres Guadamuz)
  34. Fighting misinformation on social media using crowdsourced judgments of news source quality
  35. A Nesting Doll Of Stupidity: Rudy Giuliani’s Twitter Typo Leads To Bogus Trademark Threat Letter
  36. The Roger Stone indictment shows a conspiratorial comedy of Opsec errors
  37. Arizona The Latest To Explore Dumb Porn Filter Law, This Time To Help Fund Trump’s Fence
  38. Apple News is officially launching in Canada next week
  39. Apple News Launches in Canada with iOS 12.2 Beta, Supports English and French
  40. Apple says iPhones were down 15% last quarter, but everything else was up 19%
  41. Apple Expects to Benefit From Climate Change: The company says that severe weather will increase “customer loyalty or brand value.”
  42. Apple cuts 200 people from its autonomous vehicle team
  43. Apple Is Blowing It
  44. Apple Will Finally Launch Its Streaming Service In April (Report)
  45. Samsung Pursued by Pixel Plaintiffs
  46. Microsoft Office is now available in the Mac App Store
  47. Amazon plans to launch a new Middle East marketplace, two years after buying Souq for $580 million 
  48. Sundance: Amazon Scores Comedy ‘Brittany Runs a Marathon’ for $14 Million
  49. Tubular Labs, VICE, BuzzFeed, and Group Nine Media Launch Global Video Measurement Alliance
  50. BuzzFeed To Cut 15% Of Workforce As It Wrestles With Profitability
  51. BuzzFeed Layoffs Gut National News Desk, National Security Team
  52. Human Rights Groups Plead With The EU Not To Pass Its Awful ‘Terrorist Content’ Regulation
  53. Author Ken MacLeod: Please Don’t Pass The EU Copyright Directive In My Name
  54. Google doesn’t want employees to use work email to organize, per report
  55. Google Threatens To Shut Down Google News In Europe Over Article 11 As Publishers Whine About ‘Publicity Stunt’
  56. Google Asks Supreme Court To Overturn Crazy Ruling About Copyright In APIs
  57. I Cut Google Out Of My Life. It Screwed Up Everything
  58. Google Fiber outage leaves KC customers offline two weeks after storm
  59. Crashing the Internet: Cars, CarGurus and Copyright in the Digital Age
  60. Independent Musician Explains Why Article 13 Will Be An Utter Disaster For Independent Artists
  61. Study Shows Piracy Can Sometimes Be Beneficial To Markets & Consumers Alike
  62. Who Benefited from FOSTA? (Spoiler: Probably No One) (Eric Goldman)
  63. RackaRacka Claims YouTube Is Breaking Its Own Content Policies And Community Guidelines With New Original ‘Wayne’
  64. YouTube Is Going to Bury ‘Borderline’ Content. It Won’t Tell Us What That Means
  65. Matthew Patrick Claims Defy Media Stole $1.7 Million In YouTube AdSense From 50 Channels
  66. These YouTubers are owed $1.7 million, and they’re probably never going to get it: Ally Bank responds to concerns from creators
  67. YouTube says it will recommend fewer videos about conspiracy theories: Taking steps to reduce the spread of misinformation
  68. YouTube’s Latest Attempt To Cut Off Conspiracy Content Is A New Algorithm
  69. YouTube Suspends Advertising on Tommy Robinson’s Channel
  70. Scammers On YouTube Impersonate Philip DeFranco, Jeffree Star, Send Fake Private Messages To Subscribers
  71. YouTube is working to prevent impersonation after top creators hit by major scam: Philip DeFranco, James Charles, and others affected
  72. Amanda Steele Becomes Latest YouTube Star To Launch Her Own Fashion Label
  73. YouTube Vets Shane Dawson, KSI Both Surpass 20 Million Subscribers 
  74. Guy Who Forged A Court Order To Delist Content Issues More Bogus Takedown Notices To Remove Posts Discussing His Forgery
  75. Study Again Finds That Most VPNs Are Shady As Hell
  76. ‘Baby Shark’ Videos Have Amassed 5 Billion Views, Becoming No. 1 Education Trend In YouTube History
  77. Top 50 Most Viewed YouTube Channels Worldwide • Week Of 1/27/2019
  78. Android TV Is Good Now
  79. Roku Adds First Paid Channels, Including Starz, Showtime, Tastemade 
  80. Fyre Festival Documentaries Dissect Attendees’ – And Your – Fomo
  81. Dumpster Fyre of Advertising Issues 
  82. Diary Of A Web Series: Crowdfunding — Expectations vs. Reality
  83. Spotify data shows how music preferences change with latitude: The farther from the equator, the greater the seasonal swings.
  84. Foreign Stream-Ripping Site Wins Against Music Labels Based On Jurisdiction 
  85. The Dolan Twins Forced To Ask Fans Not To Attend Their Late Father’s Funeral
  86. Social-media influencers are pretty; their meltdowns are anything but
  87. Alisha Marie And Remi Cruz To Take Their Popular Podcast On Tour
  88. Snapchat Solicits Bhad Bhabie To Garner Buzz For Original Content Slate
  89. Snapchat Considering Longer Lifetime For Users’ Public Content (Report)
  90. Verizon Lays Off 800 Employees Within ‘Media Group’, Comprising Yahoo, Tumblr, More
  91. Verizon cuts 7 percent of staff in failing Yahoo/AOL division
  92. Judge rejects proposed settlement to Yahoo data breach lawsuit
  93. WarnerMedia shuts investment arm that backed Mic, Mashable and other digital media startups
  94. Lawyer Steps Up To File Doomed Lawsuits On Behalf Of Catholic School Teens Called Racists On Social Media
  95. Yes, “algorithms” can be biased. Here’s why
  96. Compassion through Computation: Fighting Algorithmic Bias
  97. On Human Predictions with Explanations and Predictions of Machine Learning Models: A Case Study on Deception Detection (Vivian Lai, Chenhao Tan)
  98. We analyzed 16,625 papers to figure out where AI is headed next: Our study of 25 years of artificial-intelligence research suggests the era of deep learning may come to an end.
  99. “Disruptive” Bezos healthcare venture accused of copying competitor
  100. Robots Will Take Jobs From Men, The Young, And Minorities
  101. This Automation Platform Helped Eliminate 40,000 Jobs, and Now It’s Available to Companies Everywhere
  102. A New Algorithm Trains AI to Erase its Biases: It’s like sensitivity training for algorithms.
  103. Deep Fakes: Let’s Not Go Off The Deep End
  104. Nvidia and AMD’s Nerdiest Fight Is the One That Matters Most
  105. Nvidia CEO warns of “extraordinary, unusually turbulent, disappointing” Q4
  106. Nvidia shares tank 15% following Q4 revenue adjustment
  107. Nvidia trims quarterly revenue forecast as its RTX cards undersell
  108. Why Choosing Between Windows and macOS Still Matters
  109. Modern slavery in the tech sector: Ethical supply chains
  110. Undersea cable damage wipes out most Internet access in Tonga islands
  111. Open innovation: A shift to new intellectual property models?
  112. Fair Use in Flux: Second Circuit TVEyes Ruling May Have a Lasting Effect on Fair Use Analysis 
  113. Another Nail In The Coffin For Fair Use: TVEyes Agrees Not To Carry Fox News
  114. Neuroscientists Translate Brain Waves Into Recognizable Speech
  115. Listen To A Gadget That Translates Thoughts Into Speech 
  116. Columbia Engineers Translate Brain Signals Directly into Speech: Advance marks critical step toward brain-computer interfaces that hold immense promise for those with limited or no ability to speak.
  117. Towards reconstructing intelligible speech from the human auditory cortex
  118. Update Regarding Website Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act: Robles v. Domino’s Pizza, LLC
  119. Ninth Circuit reversal delivers blow to defense of website accessibility class actions 
  120. Tolerating Piracy Can Benefit Consumers, Creators and Retailers, Research Finds


  1. Olivia de Havilland’s Right-to-Publicity Suit Is Gone With the Wind
  2. Michael Jackson Documentary Leaving Neverland Is ‘Shocking, Sad, Disturbing, Devastating’ 
  3. Well, this is brutal: Father of a murdered child has his own Parkland-based “stand-up set” for Louis CK
  4. NY Governor Offers Journalists A Gift No Journalist Would Be Interested In Receiving
  5. Trademark’s reputation must be based on Canadian not foreign use, says FCA
  6. Copyright Office identifies visual arts copyright problems, solutions 
  7. One bad lawyer: Kurt Dahl is a lawyer by day, rock star by night and an advocate for artists throughout
  8. Humorless Pittsburgh News Station Fires Employee For Graphic Calling Tom Brady A “Known Cheater”
  9. As Super Bowl Approaches, Advertisers Should Be Aware of The NFL’s Efforts to Protect Its Golden Goose – 2019 Update on Super Bowl Advertising and Promotions 
  10. Kimberly-Clark Unable to Flush Wet Wipes Case 


  1. Canadians Pay The Highest Rates For Wireless Data, And The US Is About To Follow Suit
  2. ACTRA Wants Government To Penalize Search Engines that Refuse to Promote Canadian Content in Search Results (Michael Geist)
  3. Building a Digital Wall: What Lies Behind The Emerging Battle Over New Taxes to Support Canadian Content (Michael Geist)
  4. Netflix: competition, not regulation, is the way to stimulate Canadian content
  5. “Immediate War Footing”: Phil Lind Recounts the Big Three Battle Against Wireless Competition in Canada  (Michael Geist)
  6. Bell Urged Canadian Government To Ban Some VPN Services in NAFTA Submission (Michael Geist)
  7. Comcast Network Investment Drops Despite Repeated Claims Killing Net Neutrality Would Trigger Investment Wave 
  8. Ajit Pai and Republicans in Congress Helped Enable ‘Bounty Hunters’ to Track Your Phone
  9. These Wireless Location Data Scandals Are Going To Be A Very Big Problem For Ajit Pai
  10. Verizon caves, won’t charge “spam” fee for texts from teachers to students
  11. T-Mobile/Sprint merger turns two disruptors into one “mega company,” Dems warn
  12. Anna Eshoo, Other Lawmakers Offer Gushing, Facts-Optional Support For T-Mobile Sprint Merger
  13. Robocalls Really Were Worse Than Ever Last Year, Report Finds
  14. Dozens Of Privacy Experts Tell The California Legislature That Its New Privacy Law Is Badly Undercooked
  15. California and European Privacy FAQs: Can a business share its marketing list with social media platforms in order to target advertising messages to specific social media users?


  1. FamilyTreeDNA Hands the FBI Access to Its Database
  2. Secret UAE Spy Team Used “Cyber Super-Weapon” To Hack Any iPhone
  3. Northern District of Georgia Rules in Equifax Data Breach Cases 
  4. Apple Disables Group Facetime to Prevent Remote Spying
  5. Bizarre Apple Bug Let Facetime Callers Spy On Each Other
  6. Disable FaceTime Right Now [Updated] 
  7. What’s the Latest on Apple’s Catastrophic FaceTime Bug?
  8. More Than Two Years After It Took Them, The FBI Still Won’t Return Family Videos Seized During A Raid Of A Security Researcher’s Home 
  9. Google Defeats Alleged BIPA Violations for Retention and Collection of Face-geometry Scans via Google Photos 
  10. San Francisco lawmaker: Our cops should be banned from using facial recognition
  11. French Defense Secretary Says Country Is Willing To Fire First In Cyber Wars
  12. Amazon and Chase Will Not Give Me a Straight Answer About What They Do With My Credit Card Data
  13. The FBI Says It Can Neither Confirm Or Deny Social Media Monitoring Programs It Publicly Secured Contracts For
  14. Malvertisers target Mac users with steganographic code stashed in images
  15. Hackers Are Passing Around A Megaleak Of 2.2 Billion Records
  16. DHS: Multiple US gov domains hit in serious DNS hijacking wave
  17. Internet watchdog Citizen Lab targeted in comically inept undercover sting
  18. Privacy In The Iot Age
  19. The Top 10 Privacy Changes in 2018 and What’s on the Horizon for 2019 
  20. One Incident, Potentially Multiple Breach Reporting Requirements – OSFI Introduces Cyber Breach Notification Guidelines for Financial Institutions


  1. EA backs down over loot boxes in Belgium: “While we are taking this action, we do not agree with Belgian authorities’ interpretation of the law,” says publisher
  2. EA amends FIFA loot boxes in Belgium after regulators increase pressure
  3. Anthem gameplay premiere: Pretty jetpack combat, too much Bio-wear and tear
  4. EA BioWare refutes lack of planning for troubled Anthem demo: BioWare defends against accusation of “under-planned” VIP weekend, highlights “Fortnite-type” numbers on Twitch
  5. Sensor Tower: EA Sports free-to-play mobile games generate $1bn lifetime revenue – US consumers account for 62% of revenue, with Madden NFL grossing $490 million to date
  6. Loot Unboxing (Fortnite)
  7. Fortnite puts an end to random loot box purchases
  8. DOJ Reverses Wire Act Opinion as It Applies to Non-Sports Gambling
  9. Gaming mirrors Facebook’s crisis of credibility: On addiction and loot boxes, the industry’s lack of transparency will prevent it from getting the benefit of the doubt
  10. Facebook shot down safeguards to keep kids from overspending in Facebook Games
  11. Facebook ignored solution to children overspending in games: Unsealed documents reveal social network instead wanted to “maximise revenues”
  12. Disney Goes All Disney On The Kingdom Hearts 3 Title Screen Over Streaming
  13. A modder has spent three years recreating The Legend of Zelda in Doom
  14. Model accuses Tencent of using her likeness without permission in Ring of Elysium: “I feel like, in a way, people have been deceived, and that’s really, really not okay,” says Mei Yan
  15. Tencent uses model’s likeness for Ring of Elysium without permission 
  16. 95 more games approved in China, including some from Tencent and NetEase
  17. China finally greenlights new Tencent, NetEase games – but Fortnite and PUBG still left waiting: Nation’s leading publishers included in latest batch of approvals
  18. NetEase to introduce mobile game curfew in China
  19. NetEase to impose restrictions on young gamers in China: Anti-addiction measures include an 11-hour curfew and a limit of one hour a weekday for people age 12 and under
  20. NetEase acquires minority stake in Quantic Dream
  21. NetEase grabs stake in Quantic Dream as studio prepares for multi-platform future
  22. February marks the final round of PlayStation Plus games for Vita and PS3
  23. Beyond PlayStation 5: Quantic Dream’s next-gen, multi-platform vision – NetEase investment will allow Detroit: Become Human studio to target new fans in China and “compete with the best AAA studios”
  24. Star Control: Origins restored to GOG after DMCA block – Publisher thanks Valve and GOG for their “timely review of the situation”
  25. Developer DMCAs Steam For Hosting Its Own Game To Wrest Control Back From Rogue Publisher
  26. Blog: Why did we DMCA our own game a few weeks after launch?
  27. Halo and Call of Duty co-developer Certain Affinity expanding into Canada
  28. Certain Affinity sets up Toronto studio: Trump’s America, non-stop flights, and distressed students helped decide where the Halo co-developer opened its new office.
  29. A ‘major reorganization’ could see RuneScape dev Jagex put up for sale
  30. Jagex up for sale as Chinese owner seeks to restructure: Fukong Interactive announces intention to seek buyer for all or part of its stake in the Runescape developer
  31. Game on in trademark dispute
  32. Westworld Mobile shutting down following lawsuit settlement: Behaviour Interactive says removal from App Store and Google Play was not connected to “amicable resolution” of copyright dispute
  33. PUBG esports introducing profit-sharing for its teams
  34. How FIA Esports interest could change motorsport: The FIA’s desire to follow Formula 1 and the World Rally Championship into Esports is not an attempt to jump on the bandwagon – instead it could inform the future of motorsport
  35. Why a Farming Simulator esports league isn’t as ridiculous as it sounds: Giants Software CEO Christian Ammann on the world of competitive farming
  36. FanAI acquires esports data firm Waypoint Media: Sports monetisation platform unites with technology and data specialist
  37. Playtika opens $6m R&D centre in Bucharest: New Romanian outfit will provide QA and testing for mobile company’s games
  38. Epic acquires SkookumScript creator Agog Labs
  39. Deep Silver pulls Metro Exodus from Steam in favor of Epic Store
  40. Epic Games Store snags Metro Exodus away from Steam [Updated]
  41. Deep Silver owner THQ Nordic distances itself from Metro Exodus exclusivity deal
  42. So you want to compete with Steam: Epic, Discord, Kartridge, and RobotCache
  43. THQ Nordic CEO ‘fully supports’ Metro Exodus exclusivity deal
  44. THQ Nordic “fully supports” Metro Exodus exclusivity: Parent company clarifies comment distancing itself from decision to pull PC version from Steam in favor of Epic Games store, says it will change name to avoid future confusion
  45. Report: Apple is eyeing its own game subscription service  
  46. Apple hopes to offer a Netflix-like subscription service for games, report claims
  47. Ubisoft will modify Assassin’s Creed Odyssey DLC following feedback
  48. Ubisoft will change divisive Assassin’s Creed Odyssey DLC: Enforced heterosexual relationship in Shadow Heritage DLC will be altered by an upcoming patch
  49. Opinion: The latest Assassin’s Creed Odyssey controversy was easily avoidable 3
  50. Nintendo restarting Metroid Prime 4 development with series originator Retro Studios
  51. Metroid Prime 4 Development Restarting With Retro Studios
  52. Nintendo throws out Metroid Prime 4 work, restarts with Retro Studios
  53. Development restarts on Metroid Prime 4, Retro Studios back in the fold: Nintendo says it was not satisfied with the quality, warns of “extensive” delay
  54. Nintendo’s Honesty Around Metroid Prime 4 Sets An Important Standard: Nintendo has set a good precedent for publisher transparency moving forward.
  55. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe tops EMEAA charts: Just Cause 3, Mortal Combat XL, and Need for Speed –  Payback pushed into top ten thanks to digital discounts
  56. Nintendo isn’t considering a Switch price cut or successor quite yet
  57. Nintendo president: No price cut needed to meet Switch sales goal: Shuntaro Furukawa says the platfrom holder is “not considering” a discount – or even new hardware – at this time 
  58. 12 years in, Nintendo is closing down the Wii Shop Channel 
  59. GDC State of the Industry: Nearly half of devs say they’re most interested in the Switch
  60. Nintendo’s former ‘indie advocate’ Damon Baker joins up with Xbox
  61. Games and services fuel rising Xbox earnings as console sales falter
  62. NPD crowns Call of Duty the top-selling console game franchise in U.S. for 10th year in a row
  63. Resident Evil 2 remake has shipped 3 million copies in four days
  64. Capcom shipped 3 million units of Resident Evil 2: Sales expectations are in line with Resident Evil 7, which has now sold 6 million units
  65. Blog: $5.7 billion games investment in 2018 doubles previous record  
  66. Breaking down nearly 50 years of video game revenue
  67. Games investments raised $5.7 billion in 2018: Amount of fundraising was more than double that of 2017, led by Epic Games’ $1.25 billion round
  68. GameStop is looking at other options after plans to sell the company fall through
  69. Game retailer GameStop says it can’t sell itself, sees stock dive 27%
  70. GameStop gives up on selling the company: Stock tumbles 25% as retailer terminates search due to lack of acceptable financing terms for potential buyers 
  71. Meet The Fan Who Can Beat Mario Games Without Moving Right
  72. DICE throws future of Battlefield custom rental servers into doubt
  73. Report: Netflix will continue streak of video game series with Resident Evil
  74. Resident Evil 2 debuts at No.1 in UK charts (again): Strong first week for remake, more than 20 years since the original
  75. Just 6% of devs say Steam earns its 30% cut – Survey: GDC poll shows which storefronts developers are depending on and which platforms they’re working on
  76. GDC 2019 State of the Industry: Nearly 50% of devs support unionization
  77. Only 16% of devs anti-union – Survey: GDC Survey finds 47% of respondents think the industry should unionize, another 26% say maybe 
  78. The crazy and costly world of First 4 Figures: How one Facebook group is transforming the fortunes of the company making $600 video game statues 
  79. Fable Studio Pivoting to “Virtual Beings,” Building Stories Around Persistent AI-powered Characters
  80. DeepMind AI faces off against (and defeats) StarCraft IIpro players
  81. Introducing, the first global game developer conference: Rami Ismail talks us through his ambitious plans for a free online conference translated into eight languages
  82. In response to visa woes, indie game devs create their own virtual gaming expo 
  83. Fellow Traveller: “Indie publishers need to stand for something” – Chris Wright on recovering from the collapse of the Australian games industry to found an indie publisher with a distinct voice 
  84. Unity targets kids, educators with Unity Playground: New tool offers introduction to creating 2D games, simplified version of Unity interface
  85. Unity acquires voice and text-based chat tools maker Vivox 
  86. Unity acquires Vivox: Engine maker picks up voice-and-text service, well have it continue operating independently 
  87. Sea of Thieves experiencing second wind thanks to Twitch
  88. Talking up the positives about gaming | Opinion: Hbomberguy’s wonderful charity Twitch marathon has made headlines — let’s boost these stories, instead of letting trolls and misanthropes define our medium 
  89. Twitch no longer advertising big streamer events on smaller channels
  90. Blog: Making game music with external collaborators
  91. Blog: Game accessibility quotes of 2018
  92. How do you rejuvenate the skateboarding genre? Put a bird on it!
  93. GLAAD Media Awards list nominees for video games with outstanding LGBTQ themes
  94. GLAAD announces nominees for first ever Outstanding Video Game category: Assassins Creed, Guild Wars, The Elder Scrolls Online, Pillars of Eternity, and The Sims Mobile all up for award from LGBTQ advocacy group
  95. Unearthing the Pokemon-inspired Diablo game that never was  
  96. Magic Leap’s AI ‘Mica’ Won’t Turn Off Your Lights, Play Your Music, or Give Directions
  97. VR Cameras Now on International Space Station to Capture Space Walks & Missions
  98. VR’s Most Bizarre Game ‘Mosh Pit Simulator’ to Launch into Early Access Tomorrow
  99. See what ray tracing can do to a game like Quake 2  


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