Massachusetts will charge ride-sharing companies to subsidize traditional taxi services. Daniel Dreymannsums it up: “If it Moves, Tax it. If it Keeps Moving, Regulate it. And if it Stops Moving, Subsidize it.”
France and Germany call for a law that would put a stop to end-to-end encryption. Andrea Rovaitweets: “Basically French and German interior minister want 1984 in Europe. This can be the end of privacy and security.”
Kobe Bryant teams up with Jeff Stibel to create an $100 million investment fund. “Kobe Bryant getting into venture capital? What can’t the man do?” saysRussell Okung.
Vadim Lavrusik, former project manager of Facebook Live, just launched video-streaming app Alively. Hetweets, “Friends get a more vivid window into your life, but the videos are sharp enough to be worth saving.”
Venture capitalist Chris Dixon says technology makes 2016 the best time to be alive. Kevin Weilcomments: “The optimism inherent in @cdixon’s piece on the future of tech epitomizes the reason I love Silicon Valley.”
Network and security teams need to work together. Here’s how to help them. “As networks grow more complex, it’s time to get your network and security teams in sync,” saysChris Denver.
CIOs are hesitant to make deals with tech startups. “You need to convince your enterprise customer that you are financially strong and secure. So says the WSJ,” tweetsJeremy Aber.
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