Indigov lands more funding to connect besieged lawmakers and their oft-frustrated constituents

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Indigov lands more funding to connect besieged lawmakers and their oft-frustrated constituentsRepublican lawmakers are facing growing anger over the deadliest mass shooting at an American school in nearly a decade yesterday, with many of their constituents expressing frustration over their repeated votes against even modest gun control reforms. Social media can’t solve the problem. Indigov, […]

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Twitter agrees to pay $150M for breaking privacy promises

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Twitter agrees to pay $150M for breaking privacy promisesTwitter has agreed to pay $150 million as part of a settlement with regulators over allegations that the social media company misrepresented the “security and privacy” of user data over several years. The FTC and Department of Justice said that between May 2013 and September 2019, Twitter […]

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Starliner returns to Earth after a successful first trip to ISS

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Starliner returns to Earth after a successful first trip to ISSBoeing’s Starliner spacecraft has successfully touched down at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico after ferrying a load of supplies to the International Space Station — its first successful orbital mission. Though not everything went exactly to plan, this success may establish Boeing […]

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Dear Sophie: Does International Entrepreneur Parole have any advantages over an O-1 visa?

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Dear Sophie: Does International Entrepreneur Parole have any advantages over an O-1 visa? Sophie Alcorn Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and […]

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Not trademarking can be an Excruciatingly Expensive® and Wildly Annoying® mistake

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Not trademarking can be an Excruciatingly Expensive® and Wildly Annoying® mistakeI was recently talking to a startup that was airing its frustration over Apple’s Tracker Detect app that enables Android users to find nearby, unknown AirTags. The problem? The company TrackerDetect had been spending 2 years building up its SEO and brand recognition for its […]

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Announcing the TechCrunch+ Stage Agenda at Disrupt 2022

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Announcing the TechCrunch+ Stage Agenda at Disrupt 20222022 is the year that we are returning to in-person events here at TechCrunch, which means that after a few years running remotely, our flagship Disrupt event is back. But while we are shaking up the last few years of Disrupt history — thanks, COVID — we are […]

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