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FCC ushers in a troublesome new world for online privacy

In late October, the Federal Communications Commission passed new rules that take the unprecedented step of imposing stricter privacy regulation on one specific set of actors in the Internet ecosystem. Along party lines, the FCC voted to impose onerous limitations on Internet service providers’ use of web browsing information without …

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Alibaba’s Trojan Horse for Southeast Asia

It’s been several months since Alibaba’s blockbuster acquisition of Lazada, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia. When the news broke, pundits and critics debated whether or not each side got a good deal, how it would impact rivals like MatahariMall, Tokopedia and Orami, and how the region would be …

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Not every service needs to be an on-demand service

Ajay Prakash Crunch Network Contributor Ajay Prakash is the chief executive of the mobile app for pick-up and drop-off laundry services Rinse. How to join the network When my co-founder James and I started our mobile-based laundry service in 2013, the “on-demand” economy was starting to emerge. VCs were excited …

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The unintended ways self-driving cars will change our lives

Six years ago, Google raised a lot of eyebrows when it announced it was developing a self-driving car. At the time, very few people took the technology seriously. However, things have been gearing up, and now self-driving cars are about to be part of our everyday life. Just last August, …

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Why the Department of Transportation’s self-driving car guidelines aren’t enough

Carl Herberger Crunch Network Contributor Carl Herberger is vice president of security solutions at Radware. More posts by this contributor: How to join the network Ford, GM, Toyota and VW are just a handful of the car manufacturers planning to put self-driving cars on the road in the next five …

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Would you let an algorithm choose the next U.S. president?

Imagine a typical day in 2020: Your personal AI assistant wakes you up with a friendly greeting before preparing your favorite breakfast. During your morning workout, it plays new songs that perfectly match your musical tastes. For your driverless commute to work, it has pre-selected a few articles based on …

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What Tesla’s new Gigafactory means for electric vehicles

Tesla‘s new Gigafactory opened at the end of July in Nevada, with much excitement from both the media and the general public. Only 14 percent of the massive structure has been built, with the rest of the $5 billion project to be concluded by 2020. According to Tesla, battery cell production will …

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What you need to know about startup boards

Samer Hamadeh Crunch Network Contributor Samer Hamadeh is founder and CEO of Zeel, the in-home massage company. An experienced entrepreneur, Samer has created, led and advised successful tech startups for nearly 20 years. How to join the network Adam Dinow Crunch Network Contributor Adam Dinow is a partner in the …

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How to facilitate the path to brownfield IoT development

As the Internet of Things (IoT) evolves toward becoming one of the fastest expanding sectors in the tech industry, a lot of focus is being given to greenfield development, the process of creating new devices from scratch. Many companies and startups are rushing to ship new connected products to store …

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Five principles for building the next great video platform

Michael Segal Crunch Network Contributor Michael Segal is a senior associate at Bessemer Venture Partners, where he focuses on early-stage investments in consumer video, SaaS and e-commerce. He previously co-founded several consumer startups, including Skylight Frame and Curio Road. How to join the network Video is eating the internet. It …

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