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January 24, 2022, 12:25 AM

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Luca Bertuzzi / Euractiv:
EU Parliament passed Digital Services Act, including provisions banning targeted ads based on highly sensitive personal data, limiting dark patterns, and more  —  A large majority of MEPs voted in favour of the Digital Services Act on Thursday (20 January), after plenary amendments introduced important changes to the text.
Mark Gurman / Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple is readying the widest array of new hardware products in its history this fall; LinkedIn shows Apple car exec Joe Bass has left for Meta  —  Apple Inc. is nearing its first launch event of the year, with a new iPhone SE and iPad on tap.  Also: The company takes another hit …
Wall Street Journal:
How longstanding disagreements between the FCC and FAA over potential risks to aircraft remained unresolved in the lead up to the 5G C-band rollout in the US  —  Longstanding disagreements between federal agencies over potential risks to aircraft remained unresolved in the days leading to the 5G debut
Frank Chaparro / The Block:
DeFi traders complain about network instability that hit Solana this weekend, four months after its last outage; Solana pushes update to fix “the worst effects”  —  Jim Greco, like many traders who have had to deal with the Solana network's outage over the last few days, is annoyed.
Patricia Allen / EU-Startups:
Berlin-based Lendis, which helps companies set up and manage employees' equipment and software for hybrid work, raises an €80M Series A in equity and debt  —  Today, Lendis has just announced an €80 million Series A funding round for its SaaS solution that helps companies to set …
Mark Williams / The Columbus Dispatch:
How Ohio attracted Intel to build semiconductor plants, including pursuing execs for eight months, financial incentives, and sustainability commitments  —  It was a Christmas morning surprise for Ohio's governor and lieutenant governor: Intel was coming to Ohio.
Christopher Mims / Wall Street Journal:
How advances in semiconductor fabrication equipment are being applied to producing nano-scale microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS  —  For years, engineers have made microchips ever smaller and more powerful.  Now they're applying the technology to a host of miniature marvels.

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