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The Washington Post is a software company now — Fast Company

The Washington Post is doing something clever; it is separating the IT of journalism, from the journalism part. A  Post operation called Arc Publishing has offered the publishing system the company originally used for WashingtonPost.com as a service. Under Jeff Bezos, the company is reinventing itself.

You can find the piece by Harry McCracken of Fast Company here.

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Brazilian regulator seizes iPhones from retail stores as Apple fails to comply with charger requirement — 9To5Mac

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Twitter won’t restart paid verification until ‘significant impersonations’ stop, Elon Musk says — The Verge

Elon Musk told Twitter employees on Monday that the company won’t relaunch its paid verification subscription, writes Alex Heath.

Researchers say iPhone usage data isn’t as anonymous as Apple claims — Engadget

Code sleuths at Mysk are challenging Apple's vaunted focus on privacy, writes J. Fingas.

Head of Intel Foundry Services resigns just as chip biz gets going — The Register

Randhir Thakur, senior vice president and president of Intel Foundry Services, "has decided to pursue other opportunities" but will continue to lead the business unit through the first quarter of 2023, according to the report by Dylan Martin.