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THE COMUNICANO for Friday March 15th 2019

Apple takes aim at privacy in a fun commercial...Apple gets back in Spotify's face....The New Zealand
March 15 · Issue #507 · View online
Andy Abramson
Apple takes aim at privacy in a fun commercial…Apple gets back in Spotify’s face….The New Zealand shooting and social medias poor response….Judge tells Qualcomm to pay up….Apple’s iCloud goes out of service…Cars are being made to order…Tesla is all about the Y….Uber may IPO in April….Teens are lovin’ Google Docs.Amazon Echo and roommate pranks…Top execs leave Facebook….Just what is a monopsony…..Harley-Davidson rolls out their better scooter rides…Guess where radio is king…Those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!

Apple Watch
Privacy on iPhone — Private Side
Addressing Spotify’s Claims
Qualcomm owes Apple nearly $1 billion in rebate payments, judge says in preliminary ruling
Apple’s iCloud is the latest service to suffer an outage this week
Media Watch
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter struggle to deal with New Zealand shooting video
Car Watch
Custom Cars, Made to Order While You Wait (a Couple of Months)
Tesla Watch
Watch this supercut of Elon Musk unveiling Tesla’s new Model Y
Tesla & Pasadena Will Cooperate To Build Largest Fast Charging Facility In Western US
Uber Watch
Uber plans to kick off IPO in April
Google Watch
The Hottest Chat App for Teens Is Google Docs
Amazon Watch
How to Stop Your Roommates from Messing with Your Amazon Echo
Amazon has been a business bulldozer, except in video
Facebook Watch
Detecting Non-Consensual Intimate Images and Supporting Victims
Two Top Facebook Executives Are Departing
Facebook and Big Tech are monopsonies, even when they're not monopolies
Facebook’s Daylong Malfunction Is a Reminder of the Internet’s Fragility
Facebook's massive outage was the result of a server configuration change
Scooter Watch
Harley-Davidson wants to give Bird & Lime riders ’much better experience' with…
Dropbox Watch
Dropbox institutes ridiculous three-device limit on free accounts
Media Watch
Radio Still Rules The Road
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