In 2013, Netflix $NFLX suffered an investor confidence crisis. @reedhastings ended Netflix's "Long Term View" letter with an Airplane movie quote essentially asking investors if they trusted him to fly & land the plane safely:
"we have clearance, Clarence.” Roger, Roger.” pic.twitter.com/QqvTjMg5uI
— Rich Greenfield, LightShed 🔦 (@RichLightShed) January 21, 2022
A lot happened for #10G in 2021💪 Let's take a moment to recognize and celebrate those milestones! A few of CableLabs' members had some pretty memorable moments… @comcast, @followarmstrong, @CharterNewsroom and @10Gplatform https://t.co/bJrmrPtjWb
— CableLabs (@CableLabs) January 21, 2022
Setting aside the massive FAA-induced RA fiasco, we can’t lose focus that yesterday was a wonderful spectrum & technology day: turning 5G on in C-Band. After so many years advocating for it, I’m very proud it’s finally operational. Outstanding!
— Mike O’Rielly (@MPORielly) January 20, 2022
➢ A record-breaking 20,130 software vulnerabilities were reported in 2021. That’s 55 a day, but only 4% pose a high risk to organizations.
➢ 95% of IT assets have at least one highly exploitable vulnerability.
➢ 87% of organizations have open vulnerabilities in at least a quarter of their active assets, and 41% of them show vulnerabilities in three of every four assets.
➢ Prioritizing vulnerabilities to fix is more effective than increasing an organization’s capacity to patch them, but having both can achieve a 29x reduction in exploitability.
Jan 27: FCC Open Meeting
Jan 28: Cablefax 100 Nomination Deadline
Feb 4-20: Beijing Winter Olympics
Feb 8: INCOMPAS Policy Summit, DC
Feb 28-March 3: Mobile World Congress Barcelona
“The real question is is this a deal that could substantially lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly. And there’s also indication that Congress wanted enforcers not just to act when the third and fourth companies are merging or the first and second, but actually in the incipiency… I think part of this process of revising the merger guidelines was doing these studies to understand what did we miss?.. The project to potentially revise the guidelines is to basically identify what are the blind spots right now, what are the questions that we haven’t been asking that we should be asking? Some of those are in the tech context, but others are relating to what’s known as monopsony or labor effects.”
– FTC Chair Lina Khan on CNBC’s “Capital Exchange” discussing merger guidelines and how the agency will be evaluating large transactions moving forward.