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New York is banning e-cigarettes, someone got a Picasso for $138, and more.

Rachel Pincus
  • 23 december 2013

Verizon will start publishing reports on the government data requests it gets. Engadget

A girl born without a right hand got a 3D-printed prosthetic. BusinessInsider

A man won a $1 million Picasso for $138 through an art charity raffle. Complex

Warby Parker just raised $60 million cash in a venture capital round. VentureBeat

Ferrari is letting social media voters name its new F1 car. Jalopnik

Instagram ads for Levi’s and Ben and Jerry’s showed good recall. AdWeek

Spain fined Google $1.2 million for its murky privacy policies. The Verge

New York Times Magazine will pause its editor search to undergo a three-month review. AdAge

New York City will ban public smoking of e-cigarettes as well. The Verge

Mark Zuckerberg is selling more than $2 billion of Facebook shares. The Guardian

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