LogMeIn sells to private equity firms for $4.3 billion

LogMeIn sells to private equity firms for $4.3 billion

Remote access and unified communications software maker LogMeIn has agreed to be acquired by private equity firms Francisco Partners and Evergreen Coast Capital for $4.3 billion. LogMeIn owns LastPass, GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar, OpenVoice and join.me.

Pierre
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James Johnson
James Johnson 2 months

Funny how towers aren't hurting you, but the Telecommunications Act clearly says the public doesn't have a right to know, because of national security. 1995.

L C
L C 2 months

note to all readers, this headline has changed to a totally different story since some of these comments were posted. it used to be about people being told by the 'powers that be' that 5g cell towers arent detrimental to your health

Freyar H
Freyar H 2 months

Here we go. Another 300% price hike.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 2 months

The bigger issue is surveillance. These towers will be everywhere, cameras and other surveillance equipment included, and the ability to track you will go from "somewhere within a 5 mile radius" to "right there, at that spot".

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