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Pilot, Which Helps SMBs Outsource Accounting Tasks Like Payroll, Raises $100M Series C Led By Bezos Expeditions And Whale Rock Capital, At A Valuation Of $1.2B (Kate Rooney/CNBC)

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Apple’s App Tracking Transparency Pushes Publishers Like Zynga To Build Their Own Ad Tech, Creating Closed, First Party Walled Gardens That Apple Can’t Touch (Eric Benjamin Seufert/Mobile Dev Memo)

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Tom Blomfield, Founder And President Of UK Digital Bank Monzo, Is Leaving The Company At The End Of Jan., Says He’s Been Unhappy Since It Scaled Beyond Startup (Steve O’Hear/TechCrunch)

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AdGuard Publishes A List Of 6K+ Trackers Abusing The CNAME Cloaking Technique, Which Lets Trackers Bypass Many Ad-Blocking And Anti-Tracking Protections (Thomas Claburn/The Register)

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SEC Filing: Figure, Which Uses Blockchain To Provide Loans And Is Led By Mike Cagney, Ex-CEO Of SoFi, Plans To Raise $250M Via A SPAC (Adam Tempkin/Bloomberg)

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China’s Zhejiang Province, Home To Companies Like Alibaba And NetEase, Has Approved The Country’s First Regional Law Focusing On Public Data And Digital Economy (Coco Feng/South China Morning Post)

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Reddit Says It Has Cut Ties With A Controversial Former UK Politician Who It Had Recently Hired, After 200+ Subreddits, Like R/Music, Went Private To Protest (Paul Tamburro/GameRevolution)