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The COMUNICANO for Tuesday September 11th 2018

Business is turning to cyber-mercs.....Vizio says "uh-oh"....Another sports team goes blockchain.....
September 11 · Issue #382 · View online
Andy Abramson
Business is turning to cyber-mercs…..Vizio says “uh-oh”….Another sports team goes blockchain…..OG. One Bay Area city says “no way” to 5G…..AT&T goes more places with 5G….Will Apple go 5G….Facebook starts to play it safe….Instagram says “tag. your it.”…Spectrum cable says “oops” we’re offline, launches iPhone sales….Teens and social media…Get Tesla to power your smartphone….No more distracted driving…those stories and more are here today, for your reading pleasure, all in THE COMUNICANO!!!

Privacy Watch
The Rise of the Cyber-Mercenaries
After Spying On You, Your Vizio TV Will Ask You to Sue
Blockchain Watch in blockchain first with Paris Saint Germain
5G Watch
Bay Area city blocks 5G deployments over cancer concerns
Apple’s 5G iPhone conundrum
AT&T is launching mobile 5G in five more cities this year
Facebook Watch
Facebook introduces new brand-safety measures, but advertisers say it doesn't go far enough
Instagram is testing video tagging
Cable Watch
Charter’s MVNO gets the iPhone, and ‘execution appears to be solid’
Spectrum apologizes; please update us sooner next time
Ajit Pai helped Charter kill consumer-protection rules in Minnesota
Streaming Watch
What Keeps Americans From Cutting the Cord?
YouTube TV Channels: The Complete YouTube TV Channel Lineup & Add-Ons
Net Neutrality Watch
Net neutrality gives “free” Internet to Netflix and Google, ISP claims
Social Watch
Teens are hooked on social media. But how does it make them feel about themselves?
Drone Watch
The Morning After: The drone that can fly for two hours straight
Uber Watch
Is a taxi or Uber driver more likely to rip you off on the way to the airport?
Scooter Watch
After losing to Uber, cities are squeezing scooters and bike-shares.
Smart Watch
The future of the Home of the Future
Nearly half of U.S. homes will have a smart speaker by year’s end, Adobe says
Samsung’s SmartThings Tracker uses LTE to find your misplaced items
AI Watch
To cripple AI, hackers are turning data against itself
Tesla Watch
Tesla is bringing back its wireless smartphone charger at a discount
Odds & Ends
New Chevy app Call Me Out fights distracted driving
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