Last August, Y Combinator-backed Leaky had one of those "good news, bad news" startup launches. The good news — the launch got plenty of attention, and (thanks in part to some coverage from TechCrunch), ands the site attracted 10 times as much traffic as expected, according to co-founder Jason Traff. The bad news — that attracted the attention of the insurance companies, who sent Leaky cease-and-desist letters.
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Y Combinator-backed Leaky on Wednesday said it had raised $670,000 in seed funding and opened its site to users across the country. The company initially launched in 2011 but had to rethink its approach after cease-and-desist letter... Read Post