On the 7:45 a.m. train ride to Boston, via Wickford Junction, Andy Arsenian sat in a comfortable booth seat, his tablet on the table in front connected to free wireless. A few rows behind him, a fellow commuter took a business call. All around them, they had plenty of privacy. The commuter-train car had just…

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