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It’s possible to monetize data while respecting consumer privacy — here’s how by https://ift.tt/2ZX4waf

“Murky policies, tricky wordings, and sneaky assumptions about consent… these are just a few of the shifty tactics being used by companies to learn all about us.”

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China Confirms its CBDC is Similar to Facebooks Libra by https://ift.tt/2ZGX7Mg

“China’s upcoming digital currency is reportedly going to be very similar to Libra in terms of network design, but it will take a more holistic approach to find harmony between money-laundering prevention and anonymous payments.”

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Blockchain Investors Have New Criteria For Funding Decisions: “Revenue Generation” by https://ift.tt/2Zc5wSO

“Blockchain investors’ tastes are changing, it appears. A new report reveals some interesting numbers regarding the quantity of money flowing into blockchain since 2013, with more than $23 billion mostly piling into early-round investment.”

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Ikea goes all in on smart home tech by https://ift.tt/2TFRzv4

“Ikea is formalizing what has recently become all too obvious: the company is making a major bet on smart home tech as a source of new revenue.”

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How mobile manufacturing made the most of ‘Make in India’ by https://ift.tt/2MTAk8r

“From just two mobile phone manufacturing units in 2014 to 268 mobile handset and accessories manufacturing units in 2019 which has led to 95 per cent of mobile phones sold in the country being produced domestically, the star in India’s “Make in India” story is indeed shining.”

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Bitcoin Is Now The 11th Largest Money In The World by https://ift.tt/2M7EABM

“As helpfully tweeted by the trader and analyst known as Rhythm, Bitcoin is now the 11th largest money/monetary supply in the world. That’s pretty impressive for a 10-year-old upstart, created from an anonymously published 9-page whitepaper.”

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AI Needs Your Data—and You Should Get Paid for It by https://ift.tt/2yNJ2N2

“Robert Chang, a Stanford ophthalmologist, normally stays busy prescribing drops and performing eye surgery. But a few years ago, he decided to jump on a hot new trend in his field: artificial intelligence.”

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