News Tech: For a roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3pm PST. Hello everyone! Welcome to the Daily Crunch on November 9, 2021. I have a lot of good news and bad news today. good one? Another startup is challenging current web search providers, and we see more money in more places raising larger investment vehicles. bad person? Well, it depends if you are a Robinhood user. Robinhood’s Privacy Breach Steals from Users and Hands to Hackers: A social engineering hack gave outside parties access to Robinhood’s internal tools.
“Besides over 5 million customer email addresses and his 2 million customer names, there is a much smaller set of more specific customer data.” Things don’t look good for a company that recently reported somewhat lackluster earnings. You.com wants to challenge Google: The list of startups challenging Google search is getting a little long. Brave is included. That is Niva. DuckDuckGo is working on this issue. And now You.com has $20 million to back its search service.
The startup’s “software and infrastructure provide tools for preventive health care and infectious disease control by making health programs more accessible,” he reports TechCrunch. Given that the company is currently valued as a public company, it will be interesting to see how quickly Color files his S-1. Good news for Chicago. Sure, seed funding is booming in the Midwest, but not all funding comes from local sources.
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