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UK companies in discussions related to IP 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 enforcing their IP with WeChat. More on WeChat related content here

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 iPhone | 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 payments 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