ATEME live-streams French Open in 4K; Apple's Cook calls out companies that profit from personal data

More online video news from across the Web:

> ATEME is live-streaming the French Open in 4K HEVC. Release

> CBS will likely be part of Apple's planned linear OTT service, Les Moonves told Re/code. Story

> Google has sold 17 million Chromecast devices to date, and has more than 20,000 apps available, the search engine giant said at its recent I/O conference. Story

> Charter execs are reportedly exploring whether to launch an online video service once their merger with Time Warner Cable goes through. Story

> The Critics Choice Awards streamed live on May 31, part of a live-streaming trend for awards shows that's almost become routine. Story

> Apple will compete more directly with Spotify, announcing new music streaming services at WWDC next week. Story

> Tremor Video said it has added more than 100 premium and emerging publishers to its programmatic advertising SSP (supply side platform). Release

And finally … Apple's Tim Cook called out companies that "built their businesses by lulling their customers into complacency about their personal information," without naming names like Facebook or Google. Story

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