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    1. Ergen steps down as Dish Network CEO; new chief executive named

      Ergen steps down as Dish Network CEO; new chief executive named

      Charlie Ergen is giving up his job as CEO of Dish Network Corp.

      Ergen, who founded the Douglas County company in 1980 when it was known as EchoStar Communications Corp., said he's stepping aside "to devote more attention to the company's emerging wireless business." Erik Carlson, the company's current president and COO, was named new CEO and he'll report to Ergen.

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    2. Supreme Court takes up case about privacy in digital age

      Supreme Court takes up case about privacy in digital age

      WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is taking up a case about privacy rights that could limit the government's ability to track Americans' movements in the digital age.

      The justices are hearing an appeal Wednesday from Timothy Carpenter. He was sentenced to 116 years in prison after being convicted of robbing electronics stores in Michigan and Ohio. Records from cellphone towers near the stores helped place Carpenter in the vicinity of the crimes.

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    3. Denver cybersecurity school expands outside of Colorado

      Denver cybersecurity school expands outside of Colorado

      A Denver cybersecurity education company has expanded outside the state of Colorado. SecureSet, with locations in Denver and Colorado Springs, said its new Tampa, Florida location is up and running. “Cyber threats are growing exponentially, but there is a lack of qualified talent and innovation in Tampa Bay and nationally,” said Adam Sheffield, director of SecureSet’s Tampa campus, in a statement.

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    4. Bennet, Gardner urge FCC to ensure access to affordable broadband in rural communities | General | hpj.com

      Bennet, Gardner urge FCC to ensure access to affordable broadband in rural communities | General | hpj.com

      Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet, D, and Cory Gardner, R, along with a bipartisan group of nearly 40 senators, recently sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission officials urging them to affirm their commitment to provide affordable and reliable broadband for consumers in the hardest to reach communities across rural America.

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    5. It's official: SendGrid makes moves toward an IPO

      It's official: SendGrid makes moves toward an IPO

      This week, Denver-based SendGrid filed an S-1 registration statement with the SEC relating to the proposed initial public offering of its common stock. The Techstars grad, which delivers cloud-based email services for more than 55,000 customers worldwide, was founded in 2009 and has since grown steadily, opening offices in London, San Francisco and Orange County and expanding to a team of more than 400 employees across markets.

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    6. New CEO remaking National Cybersecurity Center as think tank

      New CEO remaking National Cybersecurity Center as think tank

      Vance Brown wants to turn the Colorado Springs-based National Cybersecurity Center from a membership-based fire department for computer hacks suffered by small businesses into a self-supporting think tank for online security.

      That's a major change from Gov. John Hickenlooper's vision when he unveiled plans for the center last year during his State of the State address.

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