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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)


Indonesia-Based BukuKas Raises $10M Series A Led By Sequoia Capital India To Digitize SMBs With An “End-To-End Software Stack”, Bringing Total Raised To $22M (Catherine Shu/TechCrunch)

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Hotmart, Which Offers Cloud-Based Services For Creators To Build, Run, And Manage Their Online Businesses, Raises $130M Series C Led By TCV (FinSMEs)

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Libeo, A French Startup That Lets SMEs Easily Process Invoices And B2B Payments, Raises €20M Series A And Says It Is Processing €100M Annually (Annie Musgrove/Tech.Eu)

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Q&A With Unity CFO Kim Jabal, About The Impact From Apple’s Upcoming IDFA Changes, The Tug Of War Between Targeted Ads And Privacy, Competition With Epic, More (Dean Takahashi/VentureBeat)

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Copenhagen-Based Labster, Which Sells Virtual STEM Lab Software To Educational Institutions, Raises $60M Series C Led By A16z, Bringing Total Raised To $100M (Natasha Mascarenhas/TechCrunch)