Telcordia is one of the original post-Judge-Green chunks of AT&T... a research unit with its roots in Bell Labs; the balance of The Labs is now owned by Alcatel, making them "foreign" in the same sense as Telcordia. That these US organizations now each have a multinational parent is only disturbing to those interests that would like to co-opt them and bend them to their will for illegal counterintelligence purposes.
"... the original setup of the piece is about "content marketer" (what the hell is that?)"
Another newspeak buzzword: broadly, using "content" to drive your marketing efforts. In practice, its proponents are talking almost exclusively about video, whether in blog-like settings, social media, out long-form outlets. Her intent might be to warn noobs off from using Disney "Cars" rips while promoting the local service station.
Agree with the dissent. The etymology of "drone" has always been associated with military aircraft; and cameras, in particular, have been stuck onto hobbyists' remote control aircraft, both fixed wing and rotary wing, for decades.
I know, hey, it's only words; but sometimes words are all we've got.
"It's true that there are some different demands and limitations on wireless networks..."
More like, "... some different demands and potential limitations..."; a few recent pieces have highlighted the fact there's still a net surplus of wireless bandwidth, and while some claim dire shortfall projections, it's much more likely that innovation will continue to boost capacity, and the surplus will remain.
Number 2 search result via Google for "Roca Labs":
Better Business Bureau, West Florida - "This business is not accredited," followed by:
Additional Complaint Information
It has come to BBB's attention that the company will demand the removal of any complaint, web post or other publication that constitutes a breach of the terms and conditions agreed to by the consumer at the time of purchase, regardless of whether or not the consumer complaint is resolved.
Because... brick-and-mortar theaters, right? That's the place we all really want to see films. Of course.
Since literal box office revenue... the cash drawer and the ticket printer and all that... is the only thing that counts, young Chloe will no doubt be willing to forgo the points she gets from cable, on-demand and disc releases. Or maybe not.