December 10, 2019 News Magazine

US national security, climate change, startup HR, and launching in the Midwest

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TechCrunch’s annual Summer Party is just around the corner next week — come meet all the staff at the Park Chalet beer garden on the Pacific Coast in San Francisco this Thursday evening. We handed out 50 free tickets to EC subscribers this past week by email, but if you weren’t able to snag one, be sure to use your event discount (part of the annual EC subscription offering) by emailing your member customer service representative at extracrunch@techcrunch.com.

How US national security is holding the internet hostage

I have written quite a bit about CFIUS, the inter-agency process for reviewing venture capital investments and company acquisitions made by foreigners. Now, our special correspondent Mark Harris explores a much less well-known group known as Team Telecom who has been actively reviewing — and denying — additional fiber bandwidth beneath the Pacific Ocean.


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