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Bumble’s algorithm will now report you for body-shaming

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How UK startups are keeping their EU connections alive after Brexit

For many startups across the UK, Brexit has been like trying to put together new IKEA furniture with random pieces missing and blank pages in the instruction booklet.  With freshly published trade negotiations being test-driven for the first time and the UK’s own new national regulations in several key areas still yet to be decided, there’s a lot of uncertainty in the air. But perhaps the biggest question facing founders right now is how they’re going to hold on to their EU customers and partners in a post-Brexit world.  We reached out to five UK-based startups that recently took part… This story continues at The Next Web

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