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Apple CEO Tim Cook speak to the press during a tour of the Flextronics computer manufacturing facility, with US President Donald Trump, where Apple's Mac Pros are assembled in Austin, Texas, on November 20, 2019.
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  1. Apple's security chief was indicted. Thomas Moyer was accused $810 million to offer their services to public agencies and their more than 4 million employees.

  2. Alibaba's CEO praised China's new tech regulations. Daniel Zhang said that quietly shut down Intel Studios, a 10,000-square-foot volumetric capture stage in Los Angeles, last month, per Protocol.

  3. Twitter will show tweet warnings. The social media giant will warn users if they try and like a tweet appended with a warning label.

  4. Andreessen Horowitz closed two new mega funds. The venture capital giant has raised a $3.2 million growth fund and a $1.3 billion early-stage fund to manage a total of $16.5 billion in assets.

  5. Travis Kalanick's NYC penthouse was used for a party. The former Uber CEO's $37 million NYC penthouse was reportedly the site of a large gathering in September where no one was wearing a mask.
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