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The Comunicano for Thursday November 28th 2019

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Big mobile operators get a pass...How your wireless signals set up crimes...Soon your car can control
 
November 28 · Issue #653 · View online
Andy Abramson
Big mobile operators get a pass…How your wireless signals set up crimes…Soon your car can control traffic lightsTwitter puts delete on pause…Ring wants to create watch list…Amazon is hiring more and more for the holidays…The Google graveyard is filled with services you used…The fight over “fake” meat takes off…those stories and more, in the Turkey Day edition of THE COMUNICANO!!!

Mobile Watch
U.S. Closes Wireless Collusion Investigation With No Charges U.S. Closes Wireless Collusion Investigation With No Charges
DOJ mostly gives up on stopping mobile carriers from ruining eSIM DOJ mostly gives up on stopping mobile carriers from ruining eSIM
Wireless Watch
5 Impressive Ways Criminals Use Wireless Signals to Steal Everything
CarTech Watch
The car that communicates with traffic lights The car that communicates with traffic lights
Twitter Watch
Twitter pauses plan to delete inactive accounts Twitter pauses plan to delete inactive accounts
Twitter tests new conversation features from twttr prototype, rollout planned for 2020 Twitter tests new conversation features from twttr prototype, rollout planned for 2020
Ring Watch
Amazon’s Ring Planned Neighborhood “Watch Lists” Built on Facial Recognition Amazon’s Ring Planned Neighborhood “Watch Lists” Built on Facial Recognition
Amazon secretly planned to use facial recognition and Ring doorbells to create neighborhood "watch lists" Amazon secretly planned to use facial recognition and Ring doorbells to create neighborhood "watch lists"
Amazon Watch
Amazon to double seasonal hiring to record 200k workers as business continues to boom Amazon to double seasonal hiring to record 200k workers as business continues to boom
Domain Watch
It’s Way Too Easy to Get a .gov Domain Name It’s Way Too Easy to Get a .gov Domain Name
Google Watch
The Google graveyard: all the products Google has shut down The Google graveyard: all the products Google has shut down
Google Photos rolls out manual face tagging: Tutorial, benefits, and a big asterisk Google Photos rolls out manual face tagging: Tutorial, benefits, and a big asterisk
Google promised transparency on political ads. It failed miserably Google promised transparency on political ads. It failed miserably
FoodTech Watch
America’s Cattle Ranchers Are Fighting Back Against Fake Meat America’s Cattle Ranchers Are Fighting Back Against Fake Meat
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