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ডার্ক ওয়েব ভিজিট করুন মোবাইল দিয়ে | How to Browse Deep Web & Dark Web on Android With LIVE DEMO

\                      DARK WEB LINK Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. Last week, we looked at how Alibaba and Tencent  fared in the last quarter ; the talk in Silicon Valley and Beijing this week is on Y Combinator’s sudden retreat from China. We will also discuss the enduring food delivery war in the country later. Brief adventure in the East The storied Silicon Valley accelerator Y Combinator  announced the closure of its China unit  just a little over a year after it  entered the country.  In a vague statement posted on its official blog, the organization said the decision came amid a change in leadership. Sam Altman, its former president who hired legendary artificial intelligence scientist Lu Qi to initiate the China operation,  recently left his high-profile role  to join research outfit OpenAI. With that, YC has since refocused its energy to