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Weekly Subscription News: Leaks, Heat and Hurricanes

Fox Weather to launch Oct. 25; Pixel Pass to be answer to Apple One; Quartz bets on newsletters to drive reader revenue.
Amazon-Owned Twitch Is the Victim of 125GB Data Breach

Amazon-Owned Twitch Is the Victim of 125GB Data Breach

Last Wednesday live streaming service Twitch was hacked, leaking a 125GB torrent including creator payout data.
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Weekly Subscription News: Watch Parties, Early Access and Copycat Videos

Discord is developing a YouTube Watch Party feature, CherryRoad Media to buy 20 titles from Gannett, fans can pay $3.99 for early access to marvel podcasts.
Zoom Settles Class-Action Privacy Lawsuit for $85 Million

Zoom Settles Class Action Privacy Lawsuit for $85 Million

Video conferencing platform Zoom settled a class action privacy lawsuit for $85 million. Zoom admits no wrongdoing.
Cloud services fuel Microsoft's revenue growth in FY21 Q2.

Microsoft Announces Windows 365, a Secure, Versatile Cloud-Based Operating System

Yesterday, Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 365, a secure, versatile cloud-based operating system, available to businesses on Aug. 2, 2021.
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Weekly Subscription News: Comics, Connecticut and Competition

DC Comics extends digital magazine to print; Twitter opens applications to test new content subscription features; and CNN to sell NFTs.
Five on Friday: Digital News, Nacha Rules and Antitrust Cases

Five on Friday: Digital News, Nacha Rules and Antitrust Cases

In this week’s Five on Friday, Ascend2 shares the results of their customer experience design survey, Twitter opens up applications for Ticketed...
Five on Friday: Creator Revenue, Internet Outages and Antitrust

Five on Friday: Creator Revenue, Internet Outages and Antitrust

Facebook won't take a cut of creator revenue till 2023; Google fights back against antitrust allegations; and Pres. Biden reverses TikTok and WeChat bans.
Weekly Subscription News: Raising Money, Ransomware and Rivals

Weekly Subscription News: Cooperation, Collaboration and the COVID-19 Vaccine

Parler returns to the App Store, Twitch drops subscription prices, and Uber and Lyft will provide free rides to COVID-19 vaccine sites in a deal with the White House.
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Weekly Subscription News: Revenue, Retention and Revelations

Chargebee raises $125M, Twitch purges 7.5M bot accounts, AP builds local news collective.

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