#708 WP-Tonic "This Week In WordPress & Tech" 8th of July, 2022 at 8:30 am PST

July 11, 2022 01:28:06
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Every Friday at 8:30 am PST; we host the WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & Tech round-table show, where we discuss the latest WordPress and the general web news of the week. You can also watch the show LIVE on our WP-Tonic’s Facebook Group Page & YouTube channel.


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This Week's Articles That We Discuss During The Show


#1 - Envato to Shut Down Envato Studio on Short Notice, Jilting Longtime Service Providers

https://wptavern.com/envato-to-shut-down-envato-studio-on-short-notice-jilting-longtime-service-providers


#2 - GitHub Copilot works so well because it steals open-source code and strips credit

https://thenextweb.com/news/github-copilot-works-so-well-because-it-steals-open-source-code-strips-credit


#3 - Toxic Scorekeeping: The case against ‘Five for the Future’

https://masterwp.com/toxic-scorekeeping-the-case-against-five-for-the-future/


#4 -Google allowed sanctioned Russian ad company to harvest user data for months

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2022/07/google-allowed-sanctioned-russian-ad-company-to-harvest-user-data-for-months


#5 - Lessons for WordPress from 1975

https://masterwp.com/lessons-for-wordpress-from-1975/

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