News of Note—CenturyLink, GENBAND, Kaspersky and more

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Here’s some other news stories we’re following today.

> iFeelSmart is powering the apps and user interface for CenturyLink Stream, a new OTT TV service that the telco launched in June in beta form. Multichannel News article

> GENBAND announced that John Elliott has joined the organization as Vice President of Business Development for Kandy. Release

> QTS Realty Trust’s Richmond Internet Exchange (Richmond-IX) has deployed its primary Internet Exchange hub within QTS' Richmond mega data center. Release

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> Kaspersky Lab founder and CEO Eugene Kaspersky said he has accepted an invitation to testify before Congress later this month, regarding the security of his company’s products. Reuters article

> Members of the House Judiciary Committee have agreed to extend the National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance program through 2023 but want restrictions, sources say. The New York Times article

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