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August 12, 2022, 3:05 PM

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Salvador Rodriguez / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: before iOS privacy changes, Apple and Facebook discussed ways to share revenue, like an ad-free, paid version of Facebook and IAP for “boosted posts”  —  The two tech giants discussed revenue-sharing arrangements, including a potential ad-free, subscription version of Facebook
Andrew Rummer / The Block:
Dutch authorities arrest a developer in Amsterdam suspected to be involved with Tornado Cash, two days after the US sanctioned the crypto mixing service  —  - Dutch authorities arrested a developer suspected of involvement in Tornado Cash on Wednesday, two days after the US government sanctioned the crypto mixing service.
Debby Wu / Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple tells its assemblers to make 90M of its newest iPhones, on par with 2021; IDC expects the smartphone market to shrink 3.5% in 2022  —  Apple Inc. has asked suppliers to build at least as many of its next-generation iPhones this year as in 2021, counting on an affluent clientele …
Casey Newton / Platformer:
Sources detail Meta's challenges in building encrypted messaging products, including users' apathy toward encryption, which could change with Roe overturned  —  The company is moving quickly to make Messenger more secure — but selling it to average users could prove to be a challenge
Bloomberg:
Samsung's Jay Y. Lee, who spent 18 months in prison for bribery, wins a pardon from South Korea's President, letting him regain his company leadership role  —  Samsung Electronics Co. Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee won a presidential pardon from graft charges, allowing him to formally take the helm …
The Guardian:
Google agrees to pay $42.7M to settle a court case with Australia's ACCC over misleading some Android users about the collection of personal location data  —  The tech giant kept track of some Android phone owners even when their location history was set to ‘off’
Sarah Donaldson / Wall Street Journal:
A California bill targeting social media companies for features that could addict minors dies in legislature, after Meta, Twitter, and Snap lobbied against it  —  Measure, which would have allowed lawsuits against companies like Facebook, Snapchat and Tiktok for allegedly causing addiction, was killed without a public vote

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