Lumos Networks will present at two upcoming investor conferences; Orange France signs wage agreement with dominant unions

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> UK consumers see online privacy as a luxury, but most are only willing to pay $4.20 a month to get added security, according to new research. Article

> Lumos Networks will present at two investor conferences during the month of May 2014. Release

> Orange France has hammered out a wage agreement with the CFDT and FO labor unions, which represent over 35 percent of the votes in the most recent employee elections. Article (sub. req.)

Cable News
> In a move that almost seemed like something out of a reality TV show, Rogers Communications CEO Guy Laurence said he took a trip into the trenches with his workers. Article

> Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus sees the MSO's focus on HotSpot 2.0 Wi-Fi access points as "complementary" to a cellular contract, but not likely a replacement, he said during an analysts' conference call. Article

Online Video News
> BroadbandTV, the third-largest player in the YouTube-based multichannel network space, signed a deal with FremantleMedia to manage fan-uploaded content related to its TV series, including "American Idol," "The X Factor" and others. Article

Wireless News
> Qualcomm continued to chug along in the first quarter, posting gains in revenue and profit, but the company could face significant challenges in China, one of its growth markets, as consumers wait to buy smartphones equipped with faster TD-LTE technology. Article

> Facebook saw a surge in mobile advertising revenue in the first quarter and the social network said it now counts more than 1 billion mobile monthly active users. Article

And finally… FCC chairman's unapologetic style will be put to the test on the net neutrality rule. Article