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European Parliament amps up pressure on EU-US data flows and GDPR enforcement – TechCrunch

European Union lawmakers are facing further pressure to step in and do something about lackadaisical enforcement of the bloc’s flagship…

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Proton, the privacy startup behind e2e encrypted ProtonMail, confirms passing 50M users – TechCrunch

End-to-end encrypted email provider ProtonMail has officially confirmed it’s passed 50 million users globally as it turns seven years old….

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Worksome pulls $13M into its high skill freelancer talent platform – TechCrunch

More money for the now very buzzy business of reshaping how people work: Worksome is announcing it recently closed a…

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Holidu books $45M after growing its vacation rentals business ~50% YoY during COVID-19 – TechCrunch

Vacation rental startup Holidu has tucked $45 million in Series D funding into its suitcase — bringing its total raised…

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Facebook ordered not to apply controversial WhatsApp T&Cs in Germany – TechCrunch

The Hamburg data protection agency has banned Facebook from processing the additional WhatsApp user data that the tech giant is…