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- Facebook reversed its Australian news restriction. The move comes after a weekend of settlements with the government over its proposed media code.
- Spotify will launch greater quality streaming. The firm revealed a slew of updates, including brand-new podcasts featuring Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen, plus CD-quality streaming.
- New malware targets Apple’s new computer systems. The malware, nicknamed “Silver Sparrow,” particularly targets Apple computer systems with new M1 chips and 30,000 machines have actually been infected.
- Microsoft’s Brad Smith wants more guidelines like Australia’s news code. “I’m enthusiastic that the Biden administration will support and embrace this kind of policy to redress the imbalance in between something like a search service by Google and the position of the news publishers,” he told Insider’s Nicholas Carlson on Thursday.
- Senators will question business about the SolarWinds attacks. Senior representatives from SolarWinds, Microsoft, CrowdStrike, and FireEye are expected to attend.
- Mark Zuckerberg intervened in Alex Jones’ ban. The Facebook CEO picked a less detailed restriction on the conspiracy theorist, successfully differing company policy, sources informed BuzzFeed.
- Tesla has profited from bitcoin to the tune of $1 billion. The company “is on a trajectory to make more from its Bitcoin financial investments than make money from offering its EV automobiles in all of 2020,” Wedbush analyst Dan Ives said
- Participants criticized a Google scheme for Black college students. They described the program as messy to CNBC, despite the underlying favorable intent.
- Premium: Olo is going public. Olo, established in 2005, can best be explained as a digital purchasing and delivery allowing platform for dining establishments.
- Premium: We acquired the pitch deck utilized by software application start-up Katana. The firm has raised $11 million backed by Atomico, the VC firm backed by Skype billionaire Niklas Zennström.
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