News of Note—Google updates SMS permissions; Verizon teams with Axon and more

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FDH Infrastructure Services appointed Greg McCray as CEO. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> As part of updating its Google Play policies, Google announced changes related to SMS and Call Log permissions. Blog

> Verizon has teamed with Axon on a new body-worn camera for law enforcement. Release

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> FDH Infrastructure Services has appointed business and technology strategist Greg McCray as CEO. Release

> Verizon is collaborating with Mutualink to provide interoperable critical communications solutions that will allow first responders and related entities to securely connect their organization’s networks to share real time video and critical information. Release

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