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The COMUNICANO for Wednesday March 29 2017

The passing of the privacy killer bill has happened. Now it's only a Presidential stroke of the pen a
March 29 · Issue #54 · View online
Andy Abramson

The passing of the privacy killer bill has happened. Now it’s only a Presidential stroke of the pen away from becoming law. Depending how you look at it, privacy as we know it may never have really existed on the Internet….Who are the top 20 venture capitalists? We have them…Google fights over encryption certificates…Apple passes the test and goes deeper into AI…The Justice League goes VR…The blockchain is going to travel…those stories and more, are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

The GOP Just Killed Consumer Broadband Privacy Protections
For sale: Your private browsing history
House Republicans Vote To Let Your Internet Service Provider Share Your Web History
Google Watch
Google is fighting with Symantec over encrypting the internet
Google Open Source Blog: A New Home for Google Open Source
Waze gets into the order-ahead business with Dunkin' Donuts
Apple Watch
Apple Artificial Intelligence Director On Computers That Can Remember
Apple rejecting app submissions with names that include references to price
Raising the bar: Apple's 11th annual Supplier Responsibility progress report released
Odds & Ends
How Blockchain Technology Will Dominate The Travel Sector
The Top 20 Venture Capitalists Worldwide
Justice League VR is on the WayJustice League VR is on the Way
A Pharma Company Is Sponsoring An iPhone App To Fight The Opioid Crisis It Helped Start
The Top Reasons Your Business Needs a Mobile-Friendly Website
What I Learned as A Junior Product Manager
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