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The COMUNICANO for Monday August 27th 2018

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The Worldbank goes blockchain......the cryptoworld sucks power...Privacy is being challenged.....Amaz
 
August 27 · Issue #373 · View online
Andy Abramson
The Worldbank goes blockchain……the cryptoworld sucks power…Privacy is being challenged…..Amazon turns social……Uber pivots and goes more two wheel……Craigslist founder wants to improve media….Music lawsuits may take you offline….Facebook thinks you have things in common….See the eclipse from SouthWest’s point of view…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO..

Blockchain Watch
World Bank launches world-first blockchain bond
How much electricity is consumed by Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Monero?
Privacy Watch
Google and Facebook Didn't End Data Privacy
Tech Industry Pursues a Federal Privacy Law, on Its Own Terms
Amazon Watch
Amazon's 'ambassador' workers assure Twitter: we can go to the toilet any time
Media Watch
A million-dollar gift to journalism, without ties, and the reason for that
Facebook Watch
Facebook tests 'things in common' label to try to connect non-friends
How FireEye Helped Facebook Spot a Disinformation Campaign
Uber Watch
Uber pivot to ebikes and scooters for short journeys
Music Watch
You Could Be Kicked Offline For Piracy If This Music Industry Lawsuit Succeeds
Verizon Watch
Verizon is lifting data restrictions on Hawaii first responders after California firefighters complained of throttled speeds - The Washington Post
Odds & Ends
A Southwest Passenger Took a Truly Stunning Photo From a Southwest Airlines 737. Here's the Amazing Story
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