On this first Saturday of April, we have articles about publishing, pacts and payments in our weekly subscription news round-up. The European Union and United States have agreed to a new cross-border data pact, Inside Science is no longer publishing new content, and Apple’s $55 million fine over in-app payments in Dutch dating apps could get even bigger! Also, Morning Brew now has more than 4 million subscribers, and teens arrested in the hack of Microsoft and Okta have not been charged.
Morning Brew Tops 4M Newsletter Subscribers as it Looks to Expand with M&A
EU and US Agree to New Cross-Border Data Pact
Inside Science Will No Longer Publish New Content
Car Subscription Platform FINN to Expand U.S. Presence
U.S. Chamber Urges Judge to Toss Antitrust Appeal of Facebook Case
Apple’s $55M Fine over In-App Payments for Dutch Dating Apps Could Grow Faster
Teens Arrested in Hack of Microsoft and Okta But Haven’t Been Charged
UK’s Second Biggest Regional Publisher Buys Archant
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