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Naspers is in talks to invest in Southeast Asia’s Carousell – TechCrunch

Naspers, the South Africa-based firm that famously backed Chinese giant Tencent in its infancy, is in talks to invest in Singapore-based startup Carousell, according to two sources with knowledge of discussions. Carousell offers a mobile app that combines listings with peer-to-peer selling across Southeast...

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Trump’s Twitter account by the numbers, Mueller anniversary edition

[ad_1] Celebrating one year of The Man, They Myth, The Special Counsel: Robert MuellerImage: Getty ImagesBy Heather Dockray and Marcus Gilmer2018-05-17 19:30:52 UTC Even though America feels like a never-ending dumpster fire, Thursday, May 17, 2018 marks the one-year anniversary of Robert Mueller's appoinment as...

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Zuckerberg again snubs UK parliament over call to testify – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Facebook has once again eschewed a direct request from the UK parliament for its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, to testify to a committee investigating online disinformation — without rustling up so much as a fig-leaf-sized excuse to explain why the founder of one...

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Kaspersky to move some core infrastructure out of Russia to fight for trust – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Russian cybersecurity software maker Kaspersky Labs has announced it will be moving core infrastructure processes to Zurich, Switzerland, as part of a shift announced last year to try to win back customer trust. It also said it’s arranging for the process to be independently supervised by a...

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What we can learn from the 3,500 Russian Facebook ads meant to stir up U.S. politics – TechCrunch

[ad_1] On Thursday, Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released a massive new trove of Russian government-funded Facebook political ads targeted at American voters. While we’d seen a cross section of the ads before through prior releases from the committee, the breadth of ideological manipulation...

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