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Can Congress really pass a data privacy law?

Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the startup business where we break down the numbers and nuances behind the headlines. This is our Monday show where we take a deep dive into the weekend and look ahead to the week ahead.

Now that we’re finally past Y Combinator’s demo day (our Friday show is worth a listen if you haven’t had the chance yet), we can dive into the latest news. So this morning on Stock Market Monday, we have a chance to see that the United States may be passing a real data privacy law. There is some progress to report, but we are still very, very far away from becoming law.

Elsewhere, there’s a new deal between the US and TSMC, there’s gaming news to consider (and a venture capital tie-up), and Spotify’s latest AI plans, which I’m sure will please some and upset others . Click play and let’s talk news!

Oh, and on the cryptocurrency front, I forgot to mention that the digital token’s trading volume appears to have partially halted its free fall, which should help some exchanges breathe easier.

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