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November 30, 2020, 9:10 AM

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Thomas Seal / Bloomberg:
The UK will ban the installation of new Huawei 5G network equipment starting September 2021, after initially announcing a 2027 timeframe in July  —  - Britain set to impose security law on mobile network operators  — White House pushed allies to exclude Chinese tech giant Huawei
Scott Pelley / CBS News:
Interview with former director of US CISA Chris Krebs on being fired by Trump via tweet, why paper ballots are key to ensuring election security, and more  —  Chris Krebs, a lifelong Republican, was put in charge of the agency handling election security by President Trump two years ago.
Ars Technica:
Best 2020 Cyber Monday deals on gaming consoles, laptops, monitors, Apple, Sonos, and Amazon devices, smartphones, headphones, speakers, and more  —  We've sifted through the junk to pick out the tech deals most worth your time.  —  Cyber Monday has arrived.
Oscar Lopez / New York Times:
A look at Cartel TikTok, viral videos showcasing drug cartel culture, that experts say is a propaganda tool designed to mask the violence and attract recruits  —  Mexico is set to shatter another murder record, but that grim reality is nowhere to be seen on the TikTok videos that go viral by showcasing drug cartel culture.
Debby Wu / Bloomberg:
As China gets more expensive and US politics less predictable, Foxconn, Pegatron, and others are increasing production in places like India, Vietnam, and Mexico  —  - Foxconn eyes Vietnam for some production of iPads and MacBooks  — Pegatron is in the process of readying an iPhone site in India
John D. McKinnon / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: US federal and state authorities are preparing as many as four antitrust cases targeting Facebook and Google by the end of January 2021  —  Federal and state authorities, probing whether the tech giants abused their power in the internet economy, are preparing as many as four cases
Jessica Bursztynsky / CNBC:
Filing: DoorDash is looking to raise up to $2.8B in its IPO, at a valuation of up to $30B, and plans to list shares at $75 to $85  —  - Food delivery app DoorDash is looking to raise up to $2.8 billion in its IPO, which would value the company at $30 billion on a fully diluted basis, the company revealed in a new filing Monday.
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Shakeel Hashim / Protocol:
Q&A with CEO of Ocado Solutions on selling its grocery delivery tech to retailers like Kroger, the pandemic's impact on Ocado, plans for robotic pickers, more  —  The British grocery logistics company is expanding around the world and continues to invest in robotics, aiming to have robotic pickers within three years.
Alex Konrad / Forbes:
Interviews with tech leaders on Tony Hsieh's legacy, his student life at Harvard, his unconventional business approach, and the culture he built at Zappos  —  Tony Hsieh, bestselling author and longtime former CEO of ecommerce pioneer Zappos.com, died at age 46 on Friday.
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