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THE COMUNICANO for Monday February 11th 2019

WeWork wants to watch you move...Data is the real danger...California's privacy law is going to be bi
February 11 · Issue #483 · View online
Andy Abramson
WeWork wants to watch you move…Data is the real danger…California’s privacy law is going to be big…..Who is watching your car….Whatsapp adds more security….What to expect at Mobile World Congress this year….Why Spotify is moving into podcasts…Smaller drones join the U.S. Army…Mt. Gox and Brock Pierce….Crypto woes in South Korea….Where Amazon is going big…..Sprint sues AT&T about 5Ge…those stories and more are all here today, in the MONDAY edition of THE COMUNICANO!!!!!

Privacy Watch
WeWork buys tech firm to track and record movements in workplaces
Why data, not privacy, is the real danger
‘There’s going to be a fight here to weaken it’: Inside the lobbying war over California’s landmark privacy law
In just two years, 9,000 of these cameras were installed to spy on your car
Mobile Watch
WhatsApp Adds Great Account Security Feature, Here's How To Use It
What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2019
Google's Next Pixel Devices Might Have Real Dual SIM Support
Worker Watch
Stanford and the Ethical Dilemma of Silicon Valley’s Next Generation
Cloud Watch
4 situations where staying on-premises may be preferable to cloud, for now
Streaming Watch
Spotify’s Podcast Aggregation Play
Is streaming killing the radio star?
Drone Watch
US military equipped with tiny spy drones
Crypto Watch
Cryptocurrency Was Their Way Out of South Korea’s Lowest Rungs. They’re Still Trying.
Why Japan Might Quash Brock Pierce’s Plans to Re-Launch Notorious Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox
Amazon Watch
When Amazon Went From Big to Unbelievably Big
Assistant Watch
New voices at the bedside: Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple
Voice marketing is a looming opportunity, but not without its pitfalls
Bezos Watch
Jeff Bezos Protests the Invasion of His Privacy, as Amazon Builds a Sprawling Surveillance State for Everyone Else
5Ge Watch
AT&T sued by Sprint, must defend decision to tell users that 4G is “5G E”
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