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This article was published on February 11, 2013

TNW’s Daily Dose: Facebook tests ‘Buy Tickets’ buttons, Kim Dotcom pays out for Mega bugs, and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: Facebook tests ‘Buy Tickets’ buttons, Kim Dotcom pays out for Mega bugs, and more
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Facebook tests ‘Buy Tickets’ buttons for events, Kim Dotcom’s Mega pays out for vulnerabilities discovered in its code, and Google’s Solve for X program gets a website refresh. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Facebook is testing ‘Buy Tickets’ links for events, but will it get into the ticketing business?: Read more
  • As promised, Kim Dotcom starts payouts for Mega vulnerability reward program: Seven bugs fixed in first week (Updated): Read more
  • Google’s ambitious Solve for X project website updated with user submissions, communities and more: Read more

  

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