Google introduces new options to remove personal data from search results

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Good [your time of day] startup fans! It’s a brand new week and we’re thrilled that it’s… wait, it’s May? How did it happen? In any case, May 2, 2022, let’s go. Spring is a good time for general cleaning; we loved Zachguide how to remove your personal data from google search introduction. And if you are on Android, Carlyexhaustion operating system privacy features also worth a look.

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KEEP PRESS. Well, no, because we schedule these newsletters in advance, BUT! When it hits your inbox, click it nowbecause someone is going to catch a falling rocket with a helicopter and this is the only A-Team meeting with MacGyver that we could ever imagine.

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See you tomorrow for the hottest references to 1980s TV shows. Christine and Hadje

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  • Glamping might not be so bad with this at your campsite: A cooler-sized battery with wheels, plugs and air conditioning? Yes please. Some may find it fun to be in nature, but battery manufacturer EcoFlow takes care of those who have to do it only occasionally. Consider also the great origin story that saw the company go from Kickstarter to $1 billion company in five years.
  • Open gets its horn: We’re not sure, but when your business is referred to as “dramatically changed the relationship between banks and fintech companies,” we believe this is a sign that you are doing well. Indeed, India-based neobank Open has been valued at $1 billion. This also happens in the country where Manish reported that “Just a few years ago, most banks in India were skeptical of neobanks and it was very difficult to convince any of them to enter into a partnership.” Raise your glass, open up!
  • What happened in UiPath: The robotic process automation company appears to have been doing well, generating investment and appreciation. It even did well on its first day as a public company last year. Since then, the share price has declined, as has the valuation, prompting Alex and Ron to delve deeper into why this might be.

Startups and VK

Finished Lucas and Anitashiny new Chain reaction podcast, Sean Maguire of Sequoia predicting that many venture capitalists will back down; and exploring regulatory issues that are opaque to many crypto investors.

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Meanwhile, Alex States that no one told the crypto world that startup mega deals weren’t so plentiful anymore, and Natasha throws up her hands in desperation because of all the strange forms that investors are investing in, so as not to call a spade a spade. Guys, a rose is a rose, and by any other name, it smells just as sweet. And seed round is a seed roundregardless of its olfactory qualities.

You can smell what Rock is cooking:

Growth Map of the Cybersecurity Products Market in 2022

To paint a detailed picture of the competitive landscape for product-focused cybersecurity companies, investor Ross Halielyuk tracked over 800 products on a market map that includes over 600 vendors.

His map revealed several trends that are redefining PLG adoption in the cybersecurity industry right now, some of which are bad news for early-stage startups.

In this environment, most CSOs experience “vendor overload,” which means smaller players who don’t have a robust network and large marketing budgets can’t participate in the same sales channels.

If your investors don’t approve of a series of invite-only dinners with your target clients, what options do you have?

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Big Tech Inc.

Going from Open to wanting to close your eyes to rub them and make sure we’ve read this correctly: India’s AML agency said over the weekend that it is “about $725 million worth of assets confiscated from Xiaomi India for violating the country’s currency laws, which dealt a severe blow to the Chinese phone maker that controls the Indian smartphone market.” Wow.

In Apple news, the company faced a small problems with the European Unionwhich reported some preliminary findings related to the antitrust case: it was found that Apple did this so that competitors could provide “NFC-enabled contactless payments on the iPhone for the development of other mobile wallets and fair competition with Apple Pay,” argues that this type of technology should be open to everyone. Now it’s Apple’s turn to respond to the allegations. Meanwhile, now you can get Apple Music on Roku.

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