WIRED Awake: 10 must-read articles for 9 May

Your daily briefing. Today, Twitter has reportedly told analytics firm Dataminr to stop providing information to US intelligence agencies, homes and businesses in rural areas of the UK will not automatically get broadband, Google and Oracle are returning to court to establish whether APIs are eligible for copyright and more.By:, Continue reading... Source: wired
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Uber appoints former EC VP Neelie Kroes to its public policy board

 Taxi app Uber, which continues to battle regulatory clamp downs and legal confrontations in Europe, has appointed a former VP of the European Union’s executive arm, the European Commission, to its public policy advisory board as it looks to grease the gearbox of its regional fortunes. Read More Source: techcrunch
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Bitcoin's creator, VR therapy: Podcast 266

We explain how VR can help people become less paranoid, ask why Google wants to see your medical records and try to unravel the mystery of shadowy Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.By:, Continue reading... Source: wired
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