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Interview with Ted Sarandos about Netflix's recent share price plunge, backing Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special, Hollywood schadenfreude, and more (Maureen Dowd/New York Times) 

Maureen Dowd / New York Times: Interview with Ted Sarandos about Netflix’s recent share price plunge, backing Dave Chappelle’s latest comedy special, Hollywood schadenfreude, and more  —  The Netflix executive says he — and the company he helped build — will survive a bout of…

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Profile of inDriver, a ride-hailing app developed in Siberia in 2012, which lets riders and drivers haggle over prices and is now available in 42 countries (Leonid Ragozin/Rest of World) 

Leonid Ragozin / Rest of World: Profile of inDriver, a ride-hailing app developed in Siberia in 2012, which lets riders and drivers haggle over prices and is now available in 42 countries  —  InDriver’s unique haggling feature has seen it expand from its roots in…

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Proctoring software like Honorlock that track students' movements during online exams to prevent cheating are criticized for allegedly flagging normal behavior (Kashmir Hill/New York Times) 

Kashmir Hill / New York Times: Proctoring software like Honorlock that track students’ movements during online exams to prevent cheating are criticized for allegedly flagging normal behavior  —  An unsettling glimpse at the digitization of education.  — Give this article- – – Read in app…

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Argentina-based ClicOH, which lets sellers across Latin America track shipments in real time via its dashboard, raises a $25M Series A led by Tiger Global (Christine Hall/TechCrunch) 

Christine Hall / TechCrunch: Argentina-based ClicOH, which lets sellers across Latin America track shipments in real time via its dashboard, raises a $25M Series A led by Tiger Global  —  E-commerce is an $85 billion business in Latin America, and as that market is poised…

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China's iQiyi, a streaming service majority-owned by Baidu and listed on the Nasdaq, reported its first quarterly profit, $26.7M in Q1, after cutting spending (Iris Deng/South China Morning Post) 

Iris Deng / South China Morning Post: China’s iQiyi, a streaming service majority-owned by Baidu and listed on the Nasdaq, reported its first quarterly profit, $26.7M in Q1, after cutting spending  —  The Nasdaq-listed company, majority-owned by search giant Baidu, made a profit of 169.1…