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Recommended Reading: The bright future of free over-the-air TV

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Billy Steele
May 27, 2017
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Free Over-the-Air TV
Is Going to Get Better

James K. Willcox,
Consumer Reports

Thanks to a new standard known as ATSC 3.0, over-the-air TV broadcasts will include all the newfangled tech like 4K and HDR. Consumer Reports has the run down on what that means for OTA, including whether or not you may have to pay for it.

Who Are the Shadow Brokers?
Bruce Schneier, The Atlantic

If you need to catch up on the group that's leaking the NSA's cyber efforts, The Atlantic has you covered.

How Facebook Can Fight the Hate
Jeremy Kahn , Bloomberg Businessweek

Facebook is dealing with fake news, violent videos and more, but Bloomberg offers some thoughts on how the social network can deter hate speech and extremist content.

How Instagram Explore Became the Realest Place on the Web
David Pierce, Wired

The Explore tab on Instagram may know you better than your know yourself.

Mossberg: The Disappearing Computer
Walt Mossberg, The Verge

Walt Mossberg is retiring after an amazing career as a tech journalist. His final column for The Verge is absolutely worth a read.

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