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The ‘PayPal Mafia’ formed in the early 2000s, and includes everyone from Elon Musk to the Yelp founders. Here’s where the original members have ended up.

Since working at PayPal in the early 2000s, these 23 entrepreneurs have all gone on to impact Silicon Valley and the startup world by founding companies and backing new ventures. Known for their entrepreneurial mindset and anti-establishment attitude, this elite group is known as the “PayPal Mafia.” Some are household…

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Google withdraws Hong Kong protester role play from Play Store · Global Voices

The Chinese version of the report was published in The Stand News on October 10, 2019. The English version was published in Global Voices as part of a content association agreement. A mobile application role-playing game with an argument based on recent protests in Hong Kong was suspended from Google…

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Facebook Data: Microsoft, Spotify, Netflix and Amazon received private information from FB users

  Facebook has allowed more than 150 companies, such as Netflix, Spotify, the Real Bank of Canada or Amazon, to access the personal data of users of the social network despite the privacy protections that had been implemented according to the demands of official organizations. This Monday, The New York…

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Paywall model: Google and its opinion on the media that already charge for their news

The world’s media is increasingly interested in the option of monetizing its contents on the web. A standard bearer of this system is the “The New York Times”, media that charges for its news since March 2011. In that year, the president of the editor of the newspaper, The New…

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