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UK companies in IP discussions with WeChat | 英中贸易协会与微信法律团队会晤 – WeChat wants brand advertisers and e-tail sales, the brands want a clamp down on grey market and counterfeit product sales

Twitter has outsized influence, but it doesn’t drive much traffic for most news orgs, a new report says » Nieman Journalism Lab – Twitter generates 1.5 percent of traffic for a typical news organizations, according to a new report from the social analytics company Parse.ly that examined data from 200 of its client websites

The F.B.I. Reportedly Paid Professional Hackers to Break into the iPho | Vanity Fair – interesting that the hackers built specialised hardware to give the FBI multiple chances and the intellectual property continues to be owned by the hackers

WordPress Version 4.5 Now Available: Here’s What’s New – Search Engine Journal – changes mostly in terms of productivity | editing content

Yahoo! Worth $44 if a Team of Microsoft and Others Bought Patents, Opines SunTrust – Tech Trader Daily – Barrons.com – I don’t think the patents are worth what SunTrust do. The most important search related patents are already licensed to competitors Google and Microsoft

New tax law reshapes China cross-border e-commerce! | WalkTheChat – China tightening up on grey imports and luxury good consumption

不带钱包在中国怎么度过24小时?结果让外国人惊呆了…… – CNN on living without cash in China for 24 hours (use WeChat instead)

Facebook’s 360 Degree 3D Camera Unveiled At F8 Conference | Fast Company – this will allow the Shenzhen eco-system to compete with Nokia’s Ozo and annihilate it on cost

Didi Kuaidi ride-hailing app roams into US | Shanghai Daily – the Lyft deal now makes sense

XHamster blows a load of justice on North Carolina over anti-LGBT bill | TheNextWeb – and they quote statistics about the popularity of gay and shamble porn in North Carolina