The biggest story this week was that TikTok and the US government were at loggerheads again, with the House voting in favor of a bill that could force TikTok’s parent company to sell to a US owner or face an outright ban. Don’t worry though; your chosen ones did not waste the chance to embarrass themselves as usual. Meanwhile, Mike Tyson is coming out of retirement to box for Netflix. He will face Jake Paul, who I think is the best represented this Punch-Out! a tweet.

This week’s stories:

✅🕣⛔️ House passes bill that could ban TikTok

🥊🥊😵 The real fight isn’t Tyson vs Paul – it’s Netflix vs its live streaming infrastructure

📹🏨 Airbnb to hosts: please stop taking pictures of guests

And read this:

To celebrate this website’s 20th anniversary, we’re taking a look back at the products and services that have changed the industry since Engadget’s inception on March 2, 2004. Plus, I’ve been here more than half of its existence. Terrifying. I’d share my not-so-great first hands-on video for the site, but the footage only survives through scrapers for Russian content. What a shame.

All the stories are alive here, but I suggest we start with our stories of how video streaming changed the Internet and the game changer that was (and is) Bluetooth audio.