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September 10, 2019, 6:15 AM

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Lauren Feiner / CNBC:
Attorneys general from every US state, excluding California and Alabama, as well as DC and Puerto Rico, launch an antitrust investigation into Google  —  KEY POINTS  — Texas will lead a joint state investigation into Google over antitrust concerns, state Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Monday.
Financial Times:
Sources: SoftBank urges WeWork to cancel IPO following cool reception from investors, amid fears it could affect SoftBank's Vision Fund fundraising efforts  —  SoftBank, the biggest outside shareholder in WeWork, is urging the lossmaking property group to shelve its hotly anticipated initial public offering …
Kif Leswing / CNBC:
Ahead of iOS 13, which will warn users of apps that collect location data in the background, Facebook publishes a blog post explaining how it uses location data  —  KEY POINTS  — Facebook has published an informational blog post about how its app collects and uses background location data from smartphones.
Tom Warren / The Verge:
Microsoft unveils a redesigned To-Do app, now just called To Do, to look and feel more like Wunderlist, which it is set to replace  —  Microsoft encourages Wunderlist users to switch to its To-Do app  —  Microsoft is making some big tweaks to its To-Do app this week, with a redesign …
Lauren Kaori Gurley / VICE:
900+ Amazon employees have pledged to walk out September 20 to protest Amazon's huge carbon footprint, demanding a commitment to get to zero emissions by 2030  —  Nearly 1,000 employees have pledged to walk out September 20 to demand the company go to zero emissions by 2030.
BuzzFeed News:
Photos and videos on private Facebook and Instagram accounts can be shared publicly by followers via source URLs, even after Stories expire or media is deleted  —  Photos and videos posted to private accounts on Instagram and Facebook aren't as private as they might seem.
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:
Federal appeals court rejects LinkedIn's effort to stop hiQ Labs from scraping public profile data, reaffirming a ruling from August 2017  —  (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Monday rejected LinkedIn's effort to stop a San Francisco company from using information that users …
Megha Rajagopalan / BuzzFeed News:
Privacy International finds popular period tracking apps, including MIA Fem and Maya, are sending monthly timings, contraception use, symptoms, more to Facebook  —  Period tracker apps are sending deeply personal information about women's health and sexual practices to Facebook, new research has found.
Bloomberg:
Profile of incoming Alibaba chairman Daniel Zhang, who replaces Jack Ma during a tricky time for the company as it delays its $20B Hong Kong stock offering  —  Daniel Zhang isn't worried about replacing Jack Ma.  He's worried about replacing Alibaba.  —  For months, Daniel Zhang huddled …

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