The COMUNICANO for Wednesday April 4 2017

Revue
 
Privacy and border searches lead off today. The news though has more "interesting" notes and highligh
 
April 5 - Issue #59
Andy Abramson

Privacy and border searches lead off today. The news though has more “interesting” notes and highlights with Amazon becoming a major player in sports as they nailed the NFL Thursday Night Football rights…Also in Seattle, Uber can stay non-union. We have all that and more, in today’s COMUNICANO.

Tim Berners-Lee: selling private citizens' browsing data is 'disgusting'
New Bill Would Outlaw Warrantless Phone Searches At The Border
Using Technology to Protect Intimate Images and Help Build a Safe Community
Amazon Watch
Amazon Scores With Live-Streaming Rights For NFL 'TNF' Package
NFL and Amazon Reach One-Year Streaming Deal for About $50 Million (Subscription required)
Amazon enters business supplies market
Uber Watch
Seattle's landmark Uber union law temporarily blocked by federal judge
Odds & Ends
Sprinkles Is Microsoft’s New AI-Powered Selfie App
A deep look at Google's biggest-ever search quality crisis
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