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THE COMUNICANO for Thursday February 21st 2019

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Imagine finding your whole life online for the very first time...Disney and others pull ads from YouT
 
February 21 · Issue #491 · View online
Andy Abramson
Imagine finding your whole life online for the very first time…Disney and others pull ads from YouTube…..Zuckerberg to finally meet with UK officials….Facebook adds more tracking and how to block it….Twttr wants to drop the vowels…Apple and Goldman Sachs want more of your money….Uber apps were exposing secrets…Foldup your phone….T-Mobile adds more low band LTE….AT&T to send more traffic to Boingo….New caller ID may help stop robocallers….Google digs deeper into Public Affairs…..What’s up with Remote Work…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!

Kid Watch
When Kids Realize Their Whole Life Is Already Online
Disney Pulls YouTube Ads Amid Concerns Over Child Voyeurs
Facebook Watch
Mark Zuckerberg is meeting with the UK official who wants to regulate Facebook
Facebook adds new background location privacy controls to its Android app
How to stop Facebook from tracking your location
Twitter Watch
Twitter Starts Testing a New Prototype App 'twttr' to Improve Conversations
Money Watch
Joint Apple and Goldman Sachs credit card launching later this year, enables special features with Wallet app
Uber Watch
Uber fixes bug that exposed third-party app secrets
How much do Uber, Lyft drivers make
Mobile Watch
What’s Next for Smartphones? Here Are a Few Answers
If the foldable phones of the future look like this, count me in
Blown away by innovation or price? Samsung's foldable phone opens new frontier
T-Mobile has rolled out more low-band LTE upgrades across the U.S.
Amid 5G Buildout, AT&T Offloads More Traffic to WiFi
VoIP Watch
This extremely detailed new Caller ID makes it harder for robocallers to trick you
Google Watch
Google exec reorganizes policy shop as global threats loom
Google’s hybrid cloud platform is now in beta
Broadband Watch
Ajit Pai says broadband access is soaring—and that he’s the one to thank
Streaming Watch
Hulu Is Now Reportedly the Second Largest Live TV Streaming Service Beating Out DIRECTV NOW & YouTube TV
EMI.com: ‘It would have been the first real streaming platform…’
Music Watch
Everything You Need to Know About Spotify's Latest Changes
Workplace Watch
State of Remote Work 2019
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