UK orders Meta to sell Giphy; Twitter tightens privacy rules; Microsoft shareholders ask for a report on sexual harassment; Xiaomi Note 11 5G launches

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Facebook's parent company, Meta, has been ordered to sell Giphy by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority, BBC reports. Meta, until recently known as Facebook, bought the GIF-sharing search engine last year in a deal reportedly valued at $315 million. Separately, Facebook's crypto chief is leaving. Twitter has banned sharing private media without permission. And Xiaomi's latest budget 5G to be available in India soon