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The COMUNICANO for Wednesday July 26, 2017

Flash has been handed it's end of life notice. With the advent of HTML5, the once platform of choice
July 26 · Issue #126 · View online
Andy Abramson

Flash has been handed it’s end of life notice. With the advent of HTML5, the once platform of choice is going to go away Lots of views on that…Hackers are meeting in Las Vegas this week, so news on hacking is, well, in the news…Google takes a page from Facebook, sort of…Uber makes changes…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

Flash & The Future of Interactive Content
Adobe is finally killing Flash
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook Will Eliminate Flash
Hacker Watch
Worried about election hacking, L.A. County officials are turning to hackers for help
The National Crime Agency's Prevent programme is sending hackers to rehab
Google Watch
Helping people in a crisis
Google's location-sharing service goes cross platform, unlike Apple’s
Google Is Testing Vacation Rental Search in Its Hotel Price-Comparison Tool
Uber Watch
Uber is overhauling its driver support systems in a bid to decrease turnover
Blockchain Watch
SEC: US Securities Laws 'May Apply' to Token Sales
ICOs are disrupting my industry beyond belief. The funny thing is, I like it
Odds & Ends
LinkedIn lawsuit could determine whether bots have a right to free speech
Xiaomi's answer to Alexa is a $45 smart speaker
Inside Cuba's DIY Internet Revolution
There may be something weird going on with Western men's sperm
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