Germanys COVID-19 contacts tracing app to link to labs for test result notification

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A German research institute that’s involved in developing a COVID-19 contacts tracing app with the backing of the national government has released some new details about the work, which suggests the app is being designed as more of a “one-stop … Continued

Deliveroo, Graphcore and other big UK startups say theyre being cut out of COVID-19 lending relief

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The U.K. government, like a number of other countries around the world such as the U.S., has stepped up its pace in providing relief in the form of loans for businesses being impacted by the coronavirus health crisis and the … Continued

Mixcloud data breach exposes over 20 million user records

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A data breach at Mixcloud, a U.K.-based audio streaming platform, has left more than 20 million user accounts exposed after the data was put on sale on the dark web. The data breach happened earlier in November, according to a … Continued

Elliptic banks $23M to shrink crypto risk, eyeing growth in Asia

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Crypto means risk. To UK company Elliptic it also means business. The startup has just closed a $23M Series B to step up growth for a crypto risk-management play that involves selling tech and services to help others navigate the … Continued

The Great Hack: Netflix doc unpacks Cambridge Analytica, Trump, Brexit and democracys death

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It’s perhaps not for nothing that The Great Hack — the new Netflix documentary about the connections between Cambridge Analytica, the U.S. election and Brexit, out on July 23 — opens with a scene from Burning Man. There, Brittany Kaiser, … Continued

The G-7 Will Be a Seminar in Anger Management

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Welcome to Bloomberg Opinion Today, an afternoon roundup of our opinions on business, politics, markets, technology and more. New subscribers can weed. Alone again, naturally. Trump won’t be president forever (right?). And just as tantrums eventually pass, the inexorable, tectonic movement toward ever-freer … Continued

UK accuses Russia of 2017s NotPetya ransomware attacks

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The UK government has directly accused Russia of being behind the so called NotPetya ransomware attack last year — which quickly spread around the globe, including affecting businesses in Spain, France and India, demanding payment in Bitcoin to unlock infected machines. … Continued