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Audio News for March 7, 2017

New Study Shows States Offering Best Online Privacy – comparitech.com based their study on 24 key criteria, and Delaware was found to be the most private state due to laws requiring the government to dispose of customer data after a set period of time, protect the privacy of e-readers and library data, and protect employee privacy that helped the state. California, Utah and Arkansas were the second most private states. Wyoming, South Dakota and Alaska were ranked as some of the worst states for online privacy.  A spokesperson said “No state is perfect, but at least all levels of the US government allow citizens to fortify their online security at will.” Global Home Audio Speaker Market Increases 16% from 2015 – The new report from Research and Markets shows the home audio market worth $19.5 billion in 2016, and showing a 16% increase over 2015. Revenues are projected to continue growing over the next five years.  New technologies are being embraced to develop new categories such as multi-room speakers and ultra-thin smart TVs driving a need for sound bars. Sensors are expected to impact market growth in the near future. LG Electronics of South Korea to Spend $250 Million to […]