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PatientsLikeMe, a health-tech startup that connects patients with similar medical conditions, is being forced to find a buyer after the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) ordered Chinese firm iCarbonX, its majority owner, to divest its stake in the company.

The big picture: This is the latest sign of the Trump administration's growing concern over Chinese ownership of U.S. firms that collect consumer data. CFIUS ordered Beijing Kunlun Tech to give up its control of Grindr last week, arguing the Chinese firm's ownership of the app — which came under fire last year for sharing customers' HIV status — constituted a threat to U.S. national security.

Our thought bubble, per Axios' Ina Fried: The questions now are where the U.S. will draw the line when it comes to Chinese acquisitions and how far back it will go to unwind deals.

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Facebook boycott organizers share details on their Zuckerberg meeting

Facebook is in the midst of the largest ad boycott in its history, with nearly 1,000 brands having stopped paid advertising in July because they feel Facebook hasn't done enough to remove hate speech from its namesake app and Instagram.

Axios Re:Cap spoke with the boycott's four main organizers, who met on Tuesday with CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other top Facebook executives, to learn why they organized the boycott, what they took from the meeting, and what comes next.

Boycott organizers slam Facebook following tense virtual meeting

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Civil rights leaders blasted Facebook's top executives shortly after speaking with them on Tuesday, saying that the tech giant's leaders "failed to meet the moment" and were "more interested in having a dialogue than producing outcomes."

Why it matters: The likely fallout from the meeting is that the growing boycott of Facebook's advertising platform, which has reached nearly 1000 companies in less than a month, will extend longer than previously anticipated, deepening Facebook's public relations nightmare.

Steve Scalise PAC invites donors to fundraiser at Disney World

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House Minority Whip Steve Scalise’s PAC is inviting lobbyists to attend a four-day “Summer Meeting” at Disney World's Polynesian Village in Florida, all but daring donors to swallow their concern about coronavirus and contribute $10,000 to his leadership PAC.

Why it matters: Scalise appears to be the first House lawmakers to host an in-person destination fundraiser since the severity of pandemic became clear. The invite for the “Summer Meeting” for the Scalise Leadership Fund, obtained by Axios, makes no mention of COVID-19.