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The COMUNICANO for Monday December 18th 2017

If you look at the first three stories they all are heading in the same direction about online conten
December 18 · Issue #219 · View online
Andy Abramson
If you look at the first three stories they all are heading in the same direction about online content. Newer and more up to date processes are being put into place by Google, Twitter and Facebook to keep their networks more “honest”…..Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies three that tell you all you need to know…More about what Amazon is up to….MuniBroadband hijinks in Kentucky….those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

Updated Google News rule prohibits websites from hiding origin country
Twitter starts enforcing new policies on violence, abuse, and hateful conduct
Facebook is clamping down on posts that ask people for Likes or shares
Bitcoin Watch
Bitcoin Climbs as Futures Debut Fails to Spark Shorts Attack
2018 will usher in the green cryptocurrency revolution
Bitcoin and Blockchain Will Reveal What They're Actually Good For in 2018
Amazon Watch
Amazon's house brand AmazonBasics now sells over 1,500 products What
The Amazon machine by Benedict Evans
VoIP Watch
Avaya Successfully Completes Financial Restructuring and Emerges from Chapter 11
10 Massive Applications Using WebRTC
MuniBroadband Watch
Koch Brothers Are Cities' New Obstacle to Building Broadband
HomeTech Watch
The Latest in Apartment Technology: Fridge Cams and Robotic Valets
Odds & Ends
Mercedes Says They're Bringing An A-Class Sedan To The U.S., But Will It Sell?
After Blowback, Firefox Will Move Mr. Robot Extension to Store
After the death of net neutrality, what will the internet look like?
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