Witness: “Kaniya Jaranilla, 13, has feared for years that he would find her family again. It’s made her so paranoid that when she sends friends pictures of herself in her family’s apartment, Kaniya blurs out the background first. On TikTok, she never tags her location or shows details that could reveal the town where she now lives in hiding. Kaniya’s accounts are private, but that offers little comfort. She knows what the man can do, because she saw him do it.” WaPo: Hundreds of kids witness parents shot to death. This is what it does to them.

+ No One Wants to Cable and Chill: “Americans now watch more stuff on TV from streaming services than either broadcast or cable TV.” And with more sports going to streaming services, that trend is about to accelerate.

+ Keep Your Theragun in Your Pants: Following a long, closely watched saga, Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson has been suspended 11 games and fined $5 million after settlement between the NFL and a Player’s Association. “He was accused by more than two dozen women of sexual misconduct during massage sessions.” (He recently signed a $240 million contract.)

+ Teenage Taste Land: It’s hard to believe there was a time when Facebook was remotely popular with teens. These days, it’s all about Tik Tok, Snap and YouTube. Teens, Social Media and Technology 2022.

+ Did You Hear the One About the Market Manipulator? Manchester United shares briefly pop 17% in premarket after Elon Musk jokes about buying the club. (This reminds me of the time he joked about buying Twitter.)