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The COMUNICANO for Friday April 20th 2018

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Google just can't decide what it wants to do....data is not really private...but it's hot in Iceland.
 
April 20 · Issue #288 · View online
Andy Abramson
Google just can’t decide what it wants to do….data is not really private…but it’s hot in Iceland….Lyft goes neutral…Home Depot is hiring…..Netflix says no deal to Marc Cuban….Starbucks turns on the charm…all in today’s fresh pressed, poured over and tasty, COMUNICANO.

Google Watch
Google is Making Another Goddamn Messaging Service Because of Course it is
Google is “pausing investment” in Allo
Nest ‘Power Project’ donating one million thermostats to help U.S. families save energy
Info Watch
Americans Want Online Information Freedoms Over Government Restriction of Fake News
From Fitbit to PlayStation, the justice system is drowning in digital evidence
Money Watch
Lyft will invest “millions” in effort to become completely carbon neutral
Hiring Watch
Home Depot Plans Biggest Tech Hiring Push in Its History, Led By CIO
U.S. tech giants hiring more foreign workers on H-1B visas
Amazon Watch
Amazon’s Jeff Wilke Talks About AI Ambitions, Robots, and Trump
Data Watch
Iceland Takes Hard Look at Tech Boom Sparked by Its Cheap, Bountiful Power
Movie Watch
Netflix has considered buying theaters, including Mark Cuban's Landmark, to gain an Oscar edge, sources say
Odds & Ends
Philadelphia’s Starbucks Arrest Sparks Conversation at One LA Location
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