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About a dozen highly active Clubhouse users, all of them women, say its block feature creates opportunities for abuse, tactical silencing, and intimidation (Will Oremus/The Atlantic)

Will Oremus / The Atlantic: About a dozen highly active Clubhouse users, all of them women, say its block feature creates opportunities for abuse, tactical silencing, and intimidation  —  On Clubhouse, a black badge was meant to identify trolls.  It´s become an emblem of the app´s dysfunctional moderation system.

Waybridge, which digitizes the supply chains of commodity trading companies to give them visibility into their inventory, raises $30M Series B (Chris Metinko/Crunchbase News)

Chris Metinko / Crunchbase News: Waybridge, which digitizes the supply chains of commodity trading companies to give them visibility into their inventory, raises $30M Series B  —  New York-based Waybridge locked up a $30 million Series B as supply chain disruptions from the Suez Canal to the pandemic continue to dominate headlines.

Coinbase reports Q1 revenue of $1.8B, up 207% QoQ, monthly transacting users of 6.1M, up from 2.8M last quarter, says it plans to list dogecoin in 6-8 weeks (MacKenzie Sigalos/CNBC)

MacKenzie Sigalos / CNBC: Coinbase reports Q1 revenue of $1.8B, up 207% QoQ, monthly transacting users of 6.1M, up from 2.8M last quarter, says it plans to list dogecoin in 6-8 weeks  —  - In Q1, Coinbase reported earnings per share of $3.05, the company reported on Wednesday.  — It also brought in $1.80 billion of revenue …

Chinese autonomous driving company WeRide says it raised an undisclosed sum to complete its Series C at a $3B+ valuation, four months after its $310M Series B (Rebecca Bellan/TechCrunch)

Rebecca Bellan / TechCrunch: Chinese autonomous driving company WeRide says it raised an undisclosed sum to complete its Series C at a $3B+ valuation, four months after its $310M Series B  —  Only four months after securing Series B fundraising of $310 million, Chinese autonomous driving company WeRide says it has achieved …

NetSPI, which provides penetration testing and vulnerability management services to enterprises, raises $90M; NetSPI expects sales of about $50M in 2021 (Neal St. Anthony/Star Tribune)

Neal St. Anthony / Star Tribune: NetSPI, which provides penetration testing and vulnerability management services to enterprises, raises $90M; NetSPI expects sales of about $50M in 2021  —  It´s the second large round of outside investment raised by NetSPI, a provider of cyber security services and tests for businesses and institutions.
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