Feds Seek Facebook Help to Wiretap Messenger App
The U.S. government is trying to force Facebook to break the encryption in its popular Messenger app so law enforcement may listen to a suspect’s voice conversations in a criminal probe, according to Reuters. Andria Borba reports. (8-17-18)

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Silver Oak Winery Goes GreenMost wineries are in pursuit of some kind of a superlative and Silver Oak is also in pursuit of a different kind of superlative: one that supports the environment. Emily Turner reports. (8-17-18)
Alaska Air Grounds Virgin Air Flights at SFOOn Thursday night, Alaska Air canceled a dozen flights after airline operators discovered that visual inspections hadn't been performed on 23 Virgin Airbus jetliners so the airline grounded them all. Susie Steimle reports. (8-17-18)
Elon Musk: 'Most Painful Year Of My Career'“This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in an emotional interview with The New York Times published late Thursday. “It was excruciating.” Melissa Caen reports. (8-17-18)
Kaiser Patients Complain of Insufficient EpiPen PrescriptionsPatients say Kaiser is refusing to give them their full two-dose prescription for the version of the EpiPen that Kaiser covers and patients say they're terrified their kids will pay the price. (8-17-18)
China-Focused Google Project Receives Employee BacklashGoogle has reportedly been working on a secret project codenamed Dragonfly, which is a censored version of its own search engine to be used in mainland China. On Thursday, news broke about a protest letter signed by 1,400 employees saying they wanted to “raise urgent moral and ethical issues” about Dragonfly. Kiet Do reports. (8-16-18)
In-N-Out Sends Bayview Brewery A Beer-Laden Cease And Desist LetterIn-N-Out sent Seven Stills Brewing and Distillery an order to cease and desist over the name, In-N-Stout. Andria Borba shows us what prose the burger chain chose.

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