HackerNews top stories from Mar 27 to Apr 3, 2022.

[0] Google terminated our Developer Account, says it is “associated”

[1] FTC sues Intuit for its deceptive TurboTax “free” filing campaign

[2] A few things to know before stealing my 914

[3] Majority in Japan backs nuclear power for first time since Fukushima

[4] Reinstating our SAT/ACT requirement for future admissions cycles

[5] Developers spend most of their time figuring the system out

[6] Why you should maybe not work so hard

[7] Killed by Microsoft

[8] Kaspersky is declared a US national security threat and is banned by the FCC

[9] Zulip 5.0: Threaded open-source team chat

[10] The smallest and worst HDMI display ever

[11] $625M worth of ETH drained on Axie Infinity’s Ronin Network

[12] Waymo begins driverless rides in San Francisco

[13] Ubiquiti vs. Krebs

[14] Hackers Gaining Power of Subpoena via Fake “Emergency Data Requests”

[15] Alright, amigo, let’s build some affordable housing

[16] Twilio employees, associates charged with insider trading by SEC

[17] Show HN: I’m writing a free book called Computer Networks from Scratch

[18] Amazon Workers Vote to Unionize in Stunning Win for Organized Labor

[19] Getting my personal data from Amazon was weeks of confusion and tedium

[20] Dual 75“ 4K TV Floor Computing

[21] Filing Taxes Could Be Free & Simple. H&R Block & Intuit Lobby Against It (2017)

[22] ASK HN: When did 7 interviews become “normal”?

[23] React v18.0

[24] A database for 2022

[25] Turn your phone into a space monitoring tool

[26] Generics can make your Go code slower

[27] Stage win: FinFisher is bankrupt

[28] “This shouldn’t happen”: Inside the virus-hunting nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance

[29] I wasted $40k on a fantastic startup idea (2020)