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🧐 Twitter Re-examines Elon Musk's Bid, May Be More Receptive to a Deal

Plus: WeChat wants people to use its video platform. So they did, for digital protests. And more ...

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Twitter Re-examines Elon Musk's Bid, May Be More Receptive to a Deal. Twitter Inc. is re-examining Elon Musk's $43 billion takeover offer after the billionaire lined up financing for the bid, in a sign the social-media company could be more receptive to a deal. Twitter had been expected to rebuff the offer, which Mr. (Cara Lombardo / Wall Street Journal)


WeChat wants people to use its video platform. So they did, for digital protests. “I made a video to document [the life] as objectively and authentically as possible, to remember the voices of April,” the creator, a Shanghai-based filmmaker, wrote alongside the video. Perhaps aware of the censorship risks, he also… (Zeyi Yang / MIT Technology Review)


Hopin: virtual events start-up struggles as real gatherings return. British group gained $7.8bn valuation in pandemic, but lay-offs and slump in secondary market trades have followed. ( Financial Times)


SpaceX's Starlink to provide Wi-Fi on Hawaiian Airlines flights with free service for passengers. SpaceX will start providing wireless internet on Hawaiian Airlines flights from the Starlink satellite network as early as next year, the airline said. Hawaiian told CNBC that it plans to offer Starlink service to passengers for free. The deal… (Michael Sheetz / CNBC)


Scammers used AI-generated faces to pose as a Boston law firm. Nicole Palmer is a lawyer who graduated from Columbia University. Her profile states that she “specializes in the application and protection of industrial design” and has “been building her career successfully for 30… (Ben Dickson / The Next Web)


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