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The Technology 202: Venture capitalists aren’t laughing about Andrew Yang’s ‘freedom dividend’ proposal

“The investigation represents a rare instance of government scrutiny into the widely unregulated world of venture capital and a potential embarrassment for Trump ally Thiel” writes Cat Zakrzewski for washingtonpost.com. With Google, lawmakers appear interested in its efforts to dominate search and advertising, requesting records related to its mergers like the purchase of YouTube.But Yang’s risky strategy resonated with at least one group — venture capitalists.Some venture capitalists like Bahat are closely watching a pilot in Stockton, Calif., where randomly selected residents are being given $500 a month.
 
Source: washingtonpost.com



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