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Early stage privacy startup DataGrail gets boost from Okta partnership – TechCrunch

Early stage privacy startup DataGrail gets boost from Okta partnership – TechCrunch

When Okta launched its $50 million Okta Ventures investment fund in April, one of its investments was in an early stage privacy startup called DataGrail. Today, the companies announced a partnership that they hope will help boost DataGrail, while providing Okta customers with a privacy tool option. DataGrail CEO and co-founder Daniel Barber says that […]

New Facebook features fight election lies everywhere but ads – TechCrunch

New Facebook features fight election lies everywhere but ads – TechCrunch

Heaven forbid a political candidate’s Facebook account gets hacked. They might spread disinformation…like they’re already allowed to do in Facebook ads… Today Facebook made a slew of announcements designed to stop 2020 election interference. “The bottom line here is that elections have changed significantly since 2016,” and so has Facebook in response, CEO Mark Zuckerberg […]

Zuckerberg has thoughts on free speech – TechCrunch

Zuckerberg has thoughts on free speech – TechCrunch

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Zuckerberg on Chinese censorship: Is that the internet we want? The Facebook CEO spoke yesterday at Georgetown University, sharing his thoughts […]

Is that the internet we want? – TechCrunch

Is that the internet we want? – TechCrunch

China is exporting its social values, political ads are an important part of free expression, and the definition of dangerous speech must be kept in check, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg argued today in a speech at Georgetown University. He criticized how American companies that do business with China were becoming influenced by the country’s values. […]

‘Cloud kitchens’ is an oxymoron – TechCrunch

‘Cloud kitchens’ is an oxymoron – TechCrunch

The biggest wave in consumer products right now has all the hallmarks of another bubble of misplaced investor expectations and sadly lower margins. Cloud kitchens (the category, and not just CloudKitchens the startup service) is essentially WeWork for restaurant kitchens. Instead of buying an expensive restaurant site on a heavily-walked street, a cloud kitchen is […]

Autify raises $2.5M seed round for its no-code software testing platform – TechCrunch

Autify raises $2.5M seed round for its no-code software testing platform – TechCrunch

Autify, a platform that makes testing web application as easy as clicking a few buttons, has raised a $2.5 million seed round from Global Brain, Salesforce Ventures, Archetype Ventures and several angels. The company, which recently graduated from the Alchemist accelerator program for enterprise startups, splits its base between the U.S., where it keeps an […]

Canva, now valued at $3.2 billion, launches an enterprise product – TechCrunch

Canva, now valued at $3.2 billion, launches an enterprise product – TechCrunch

Canva, the Australian-based design tool maker, has today announced that it has raised an additional $10 million to bring its valuation to $3.2 billion, up from $2.5 billion in May. Investors in the company include Mary Meeker’s Bond, General Catalyst, Bessemer Venture Partners, Blackbird and Sequoia China. Alongside the new funding and valuation, Canva is […]

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