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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Substack adds Sections so writers can set up and manage multiple newsletters or podcasts within one main publication, facilitating the creation of "newsrooms" (Jemima Kelly/Financial Times)

TikTok announces new tools for developers, including TikTok Login Kit to let users sign into apps using their TikTok credentials and sound sharing (Sarah Perez/TechCrunch)

NY AG's office says fake comments, including 8.5M funded by largest US ISPs, accounted for ~18M of the 22M+ net neutrality comments received by the FCC in 2017 (Makena Kelly/The Verge)

California regulators say neobank Chime has agreed to stop using the words "bank" and "banking" in ads (Cayce Clifford/American Banker)

Google says it will start verifying users with 2FA enabled using a prompt on their phones, and will soon start automatically enabling 2FA for all users (Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai/VICE)

Twitter suspends @DJTDEsk, an account reportedly created by Trump's staff to post updates from his new website (Clara Hill/Yahoo News)

Sources: US quietly informed Apple that a Qihoo 360 researcher's iPhone 0-day that won China's top hacking contest in 2018 was used by China to spy on Uyghurs (Patrick Howell O'Neill/MIT Technology ...)

Oculii, whose software improves the spatial resolution of radar in autonomous tech, raises $55M Series B co-led by Catapult Ventures and Conductive Ventures (Devin Coldewey/TechCrunch)

Einride, which builds autonomous freight vehicles that have no driver cabin, raises $110M Series B (Maria Deutscher/SiliconANGLE)

Microsoft announces a new pledge for EU commercial users of Azure, Microsoft 365, and Dynamics 365, allowing them to store most of their data in the EU by 2022 (Liam Tung/ZDNet)

Manufacturers are rolling out a patch for a vulnerability in Qualcomm chips that affects high-end Android devices from Google, Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, and OnePlus (Dan Goodin/Ars Technica)

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