Netflix's 4K video may have been hacked; FCC moves to protect undersea cables

More cable news from across the Web:

> Comcast didn't say whether it would issue refunds to customers affected by outages related to a storm in Washington. kirotv article

> Dish Network inked a deal to offer the Outdoor Channel. Multichannel News article

> Netflix's 4K video appears to have been hacked. Ubergizmo article

> More than 3 million people watched the TV show Fear the Walking Dead in the three days after it first aired. NYP article

> Turner Classic Movies launched a new branding campaign called "let's move." Deadline article

> Comcast Cable blocked a political attack ad against Christensen Farms. Pork Network article

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is investigating ways to protect undersea cables that carry Internet traffic. Post

Telecom News

> Verizon is not accepting funding of $144 million total per year for six years to expand broadband in the rural areas it serves from the second phase of the FCC's Connect America Fund (CAF-II), fueling new rumors that it's considering a sale of another large piece of its wireline asset portfolio. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Verizon may be working on a device that could pick up on ultrasonic frequencies and digitally translate them into messages. Article

European Wireless News

> Iliad said profits rose sharply in the first six months of 2015 as the enfant terrible of the French telecoms sector continued to build its mobile market share and expand network coverage. Article

Wireless News

> T-Mobile US said it is going to take action against a very small number of its customers who are abusing their unlimited data plans with mobile hotspot tethering services by warning them and then changing their plans if they continue to violate T-Mobile's terms of service. The carrier said it is taking the action to ensure that all customers on its network have a high-quality experience. Article

And finally… Qualcomm's latest chips have artificial intelligence built in. Article

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