Daily Crunch: Lemonade Says Website Security Flaw That Exposed customer Data Is ‘by Design’

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I interrupt your usually scheduled Each day Crunch to announce that your usually scheduled author, one Alex Wilhelm, is out sick as we speak. If the consequences of his second shot subside by tomorrow, then he’ll be again together with his commas. Within the meantime, I've taken the reins and hope to be at the least half as spirited. Let’s get on with it, we could? — Henry TechCrunch High 3 Lemonade “DGAF”: Activist quick vendor Carson Block wrote a letter to the CEO of insurance coverage market Lemonade saying that he “by chance found” a safety flaw that uncovered clients’ account information. Block advised Zack that his agency is shorting the corporate’s inventory “as a result of it's clear Lemonade doesn't give a fuck about securing its clients’ delicate private data.” Sturdy phrases! Google’s gotta pay in Italy: Natasha writes about the latest European bother Google finds itself in. Italy’s antitrust watchdog group slapped the corporate with a €100 million (or about US$123 million) for its Android Auto practices. Particularly, the AGCM says Google has prevented Enel X Italia, the maker of electrical automobile charging app JuicePass, from inclusion within the platform. Google says it didn’t do something improper. Shrug.

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