Facebook might get a federally appointed privacy official, Google lets you set a time-limit on what it tracks about you, what Apple had to pay Qualcomm, Russia might effectively leave the open web, a Wikipedia competitor, and is the low-hanging fruit gone for the big tech oligarchs?
Exclusive: New privacy oversight on the table for Facebook, Zuckerberg (Politico)
Google can now automatically delete your location, app, and search activity data (VentureBeat)
Qualcomm to record $4B revenue from Apple settlement (Axios)
Putin signs law to isolate Russian internet (Financial Times)
Spotify launches voice-enabled ads on mobile devices in a limited US test (TechCrunch)
Tesla is raising up to $1.5 billion through convertible note and share sale (TechCrunch)
Golden unveils a Wikipedia alternative focused on emerging tech and startups (TechCrunch)
Airbnb Spawned an Ecosystem of Startups That Sweat the Details so Owners Don’t Have to (Bloomberg)
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