Facebook Won’t Fudge Censorship Oversight, Qumra Sells $80 Million in Holdings and Juganu Revolution in Today’s Roundup – CTech

Facebook wont fudge content oversight, says Israeli legal expert. Emi Palmor, former director-general of Israels Ministry of Justice, was recently appointed as one of the 20 founding members of Facebook's Oversight Board. Read more

Qumra Capital sells $80 million in holdings to StepStone Group. Among the companies whose holdings were sold to StepStone are Fiverr, JFrog, AppsFlyer, Riskified, and Minute Media. Read more

Interview | Juganu wants to light the way forward in the digital revolution. With investments from telecom giants Comcast Ventures and Amdocs, Israeli startup Juganu is aiming to revolutionize light and connectivity through an innovative solution. Read more

Opinion | Mangrove Capital exec says Israeli tech does not need a bailout but could definitely use a slight nudge. Roy Saar responds to fellow investors who called on the Israeli government to refrain from bailing out startups. Read more

Opinion | Telemedicine, which gained momentum due to Covid-19, will be with us long after it recedes. Just as what counts as normal in our day-to-day lives may be changing, what counts as normal in healthcare provision will also change. Read more

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Facebook Won't Fudge Censorship Oversight, Qumra Sells $80 Million in Holdings and Juganu Revolution in Today's Roundup - CTech

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