Welcome back for another week of What’s Next, where we report on the intersection of law and technology. Today, Gary Reback, who helped the DOJ make its antitrust case against Microsoft in the late ’90s, shares how the historic lawsuit has led to the current trust busting frenzy surrounding Silicon Valley. Also, the first murder case built on online genealogy data goes to trial. Plus, Google’s next employment headache: non-like-minded job applicants. And Russia demands access to photos and messages from the country’s Tinder users—to which I say, be careful what you wish for.

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