News of Note—Comcast security flaw; Huawei’s battle with TIA; C Spire’s Amazon deal and more

news of note
A Comcast security flaw appears to have leaked customers’ data. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we’re following this morning:

> Axon announced a new agreement with Verizon to target the public safety sector, alongside a similar deal with AT&T for FirstNet. Release

> C Spire will give its mobile customers Amazon Prime subscriptions. Telecompetitor article

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> A Comcast security flaw appears to have leaked customers’ data. CNET article

> A report from Accenture Strategy counsels communications service providers to drastically adjust and deepen their cost-reduction strategies. Doing so will free up money for new services that are keys to survival in a competitive and rapidly transforming landscape. FierceTelecom article

> Huawei continues to battle TIA in an FCC proceeding that could ban the sale of its equipment for some U.S. telecom networks. Filing


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