New York Times reporter Jack Ewing discusses Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal. He explores how the company used software to game U.S. emissions standards while also advertising its cars as environmentally-friendly. Eventually, a small group of researchers exposed the scandal, which led to criminal charges. Former Google scientist and New York Times writer Seth Stephens-Davidowitz looks at what 20 years of internet data tells us about our biases and habits.
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