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Koyeb is a serverless startup that ingests, processes and stores data with multiple cloud providers – TechCrunch

Koyeb is a serverless startup that ingests, processes and stores data with multiple cloud providers – TechCrunch

Meet , a new French startup founded by Yann Léger, Édouard Bonlieu and Bastien Chatelard who have previously worked at for many years. Koyeb is a serverless startup that helps you manipulate data in different ways without worrying about your server infrastructure.Competition has become incredibly fierce between cloud service providers, and wants to take advantage of that. You can integrate Koyeb with multiple cloud service providers and let do the heavy lifting.For instance, you may store a ton of videos on an object storage bucket managed by DigitalOcean. Let’s say you want to re-encode...

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French contact-tracing app StopCovid has been activated 1.8 million times but only sent 14 notifications – TechCrunch

French contact-tracing app StopCovid has been activated 1.8 million times but only sent 14 notifications – TechCrunch

France released StopCovid . The government is holding a press conference today to give an update on the app. In particular, this conference is a good opportunity to share some numbers.Over the past three weeks, 1.9 million people downloaded the app on the App Store or Play Store. Out of those 1.9 million people, 1,814,048 users opened the app and activated StopCovid.You can disable StopCovid and delete your personal data whenever you want; 23,953 people have deactivated the app over the past three weeks, and 460,000 people simply uninstalled the app.Given that the app doesn’t ask you to...

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France passes law forcing online platforms to delete hate-speech content within 24 hours – TechCrunch

France passes law forcing online platforms to delete hate-speech content within 24 hours – TechCrunch

France’s lower chamber of the parliament has voted in favor of a controversial law against hate speech on social networks and online platforms. As I described , online platforms will have to remove within 24 hours illicit content that has been flagged. Otherwise, companies will have to pay hefty fines every time they infringe the law.What do they mean by illicit content? Essentially, anything that would be considered as an offense or a crime in the offline world is now considered as illicit content when it’s an online platform. Among other things, you could think about death threats,...

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N26 raises another $100M in Series D extension – TechCrunch

N26 raises another $100M in Series D extension – TechCrunch

Fintech startup now has a proper funding war chest to face the economic downturn. The Berlin-based startup has extended its Series D round with another $100 million of funding at the same valuation of $3.5 billion. In total, has raised $570 million as part of its Series D round.N26’s Series D seems like a never-ending list of big numbers. In January 2019, the company a $300 million Series D at a $2.7 billion valuation. In July 2019, the company $170 million at a $3.5 billion valuation. And now, here comes another $100 million.Like the last extension, there’s no new investor on board. Major...

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