News of Note—Akamai, Sprint, FlixLatino and Sinclair

News of note
Akamai announced enhancements that are designed to improve website, app and network security without compromising the performance of digital applications. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Akamai announced enhancements that are designed to improve website, app and network security without compromising the performance of digital applications. Release

> Sprint customers can receive an exclusive 45-day trial of the FlixLatino app to stream more than 250 recently produced Spanish-language movies, TV series and documentaries. Release

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> In a Morning Consult/Politico poll conducted last week following a national media firestorm about allegations of conservative bias at local television stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc., 28% of voters said they consider local news conservative, compared with 25% who said the same in an August survey. Morning Consult article

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