July 11, 2014, 9:50 AM

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David Drummond / Guardian:
Google's top lawyer describes challenges in implementing EU's Right To Be Forgotten, urges public debate  —  We need to talk about the right to be forgotten  —  After the European court ruling, we at Google want to encourage debate on where the public interest lies in restricting web searches
Bill Gurley / Above the Crowd:
How to Miss By a Mile: An Alternative Look at Uber's Potential Market Size  —  On June 18, Aswath Damodaran, a finance professor at NYU's Stern School of Business, published an article on FiveThirtyEight titled “Uber Isn't Worth $17 Billion.”  This post was a shortened version of a more detailed post …
Harry McCracken / Technologizer:
Satya Nadella's Microsoft Vision is Strikingly Different From Steve Ballmer's Microsoft Vision  —  Satya Nadella announces Office for the iPad at an event in San Francisco on March 27, 2014  —  At 6am this morning, Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella, sent his colleagues a long memo spelling out his vision for the company.
Donna Tam / CNET:
Amazon asks FAA to let it ramp up drone development  —  The company says its drones can now fly up to 50 miles per hour, and it wants to test them outside the federal government's current restrictions.  —  Amazon's Prime Air prototype.  —  Amazon  —  Amazon is asking the federal government …
Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch:
Google, Microsoft, IBM And Others Collaborate To Make Managing Docker Containers Easier  —  It's not often that you see this combination of backers, but today, Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM, Docker, Mesosphere, CoreOS and SaltStack all banded together to support Google's open-source Kubernetes project for managing Docker containers.
Ina Fried / Re/code:
AT&T Slowly Expanding “Toll-Free” Data Trial, but Still No Big-Name Customers  —  AT&T grabbed a lot of attention back in January when it announced plans to offer companies the option to pay for data used by their customers.  —  Syntonic Wireless  —  Since then?  Crickets.
Kyle Russell / TechCrunch:
Quantum computing company D-Wave Systems raises $28.4M  —  D-Wave Systems Raises $28.4 Million Round  —  Quantum computing technology company D-Wave Systems has raised a new $28.4 million round of funding, according to a new filing on the SEC's site.  —  This latest round …
More: VentureBeat and Gigaom
Lorraine Luk / Wall Street Journal:
TSMC Starts Shipping Microprocessors to Apple  —  iPhone and iPad Maker Seeks to Diversify Suppliers After Samsung Dispute  —  Chip giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing has started filling orders for the brains in Apple's iPhones and iPads, a significant step in Apple's push to diversify its suppliers.

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