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November 30, 2022, 6:25 AM

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Sara Dorn / Forbes:
Republicans Ron DeSantis, Ken Buck, Mike Lee, Marsha Blackburn, and others mention legislative action to curb Apple's app market power after Elon Musk's tweets  —  Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Tuesday joined a growing chorus of Republicans criticizing Apple after Twitter owner Elon Musk claimed …
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Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez / Fortune:
In an interview, SBF claims he donated about the same amount to both parties in 2022 but the GOP donations were “dark” money, discusses Alameda, FTT, and more  —  Sam Bankman-Fried's donations to Democrats are well documented.  In an interview released Tuesday …
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Yogita Khatri / The Block:
Binance acquires Japan-based licensed exchange Sakura Exchange BitCoin for an undisclosed sum, the exchange's re-entry to Japan and first license in East Asia  —  - Binance has entered Japan by acquiring the locally licensed exchange Sakura Exchange BitCoin (SEBC).  — The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Christiana Loureiro / The Block:
IBM and Maersk plan to shutter their blockchain supply chain service TradeLens, launched in 2018, in Q1 2023; Maersk blames a lack of industry collaboration  —  - The companies made a viable platform but couldn't get a global collaboration going.  —  Danish shipping company Maersk and IBM …
Chance Miller / 9to5Mac:
CNBC:
In a bankruptcy hearing, BlockFi's lawyers say the lender plans to reopen withdrawals, BlockFi lent $671M to Alameda and has $355M frozen on FTX, and more  —  - BlockFi's first bankruptcy hearing in New Jersey kicked off on Tuesday, with lawyers emphasizing the crypto lender's strong corporate controls and customer prioritization.
Emily Nicolle / Bloomberg:
Emboldened by FTX's collapse, the disgraced founders of Terra, Celsius, and Three Arrows Capital have reemerged, offering their thoughts on SBF, FTX, and more  —  Welcome to Bloomberg Crypto, our twice-weekly look at Bitcoin, blockchain and more.  If someone forwarded this to you, sign up here.
Nicholas Sutrich / Android Central:
A security researcher says Anker's Eufy security cameras sent images to the cloud without user consent and could be accessed without authentication  —  Allegedly, Eufy cameras aren't as secure as they claim.  —  What you need to know  — Security researcher Paul Moore has discovered several security flaws in Eufy's cameras.
Alex Barinka / Bloomberg:
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem signs an EO banning TikTok for state agencies, employees, and contractors using state devices over China's “security threat”  —  TikTok is now banned on government employee devices in South Dakota because the governor believes the social media app's ownership …

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