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One thing was clear in Chris Cox’s note to Facebook employees announcing his resignation on Thursday: The company’s chief product officer was not enthused about its new focus on building an encrypted, interoperable messaging network. “This will be a big project and we will need leaders who are excited to see the new direction through,” he wrote.
What’s his beef? ...
Under Chief Executive Chris Beard, Mozilla Corporation has fashioned itself as the anti-Facebook browser company, publicly defending individual privacy rights as technology companies struggle with data scandals. But while the strategy has lifted Mozilla’s profile, it hasn’t significantly boosted revenue or helped the firm reclaim lost market share for its crucial web browser ...
When Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince decided to take steps that knocked a neo-Nazi website off the internet in 2017, he was painted as an online censor. Even he referred to his own actions as “dangerous” in a blog post.
Now the same thing that gives Cloudflare the clout to decide who can stay on the internet—its services for businesses that help speed up the delivery of ...
Everybody paid attention in October when the SEC settled cases with two crypto companies found to have violated securities laws, putting the industry on notice that most tokens were going to be treated as securities. But months later, those companies have yet to register their tokens with the SEC, raising the question of when (or if) their investors will get the refunds they are owed.
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