Social platforms are relying on journalists as unpaid content moderators to address misinformation on their sites, even with all the tools at their disposal (New York Times)

SF's Proposition C may tax SF-based payment processors twice, on original purchases and then transaction fees, hurting companies like Square and Stripe (Melia Russell/San Francisco Chronicle)

Sources: online payday lender LendUp is splitting the company to separate the lending and credit card businesses; LendUp has raised more than $300M (Dan Primack/Axios)

Samsung The Frame TV (2018)

FATF, a global watchdog for money laundering, will set first rules on oversight of cryptocurrencies by June; non-complying countries will be added to blacklist (Inti Landauro/Reuters)

Sources: cybersecurity startup CrowdStrike hired Goldman Sachs to prepare for IPO and aims to be valued above its June funding round valuation of $3B (Reuters)

Qualtrics, an experience-management and analytics platform for customers and employees, files for IPO, says 2017 revenues were $290M, up 52% YoY, profits- $2.6M (Alex Konrad/Forbes)