Links 8/19/2014: WebLinc raises $6m from Safeguard Scientifics; Cohen implies Netflix, Dish should not be permissable buys for Comcast

WebLinc Raises $6M Series A From Safeguard Scientifics To Expand Its Fast-Growing eCommerce Platform (TechCrunch)
After 20 years of bootstrapping, WebLinc accepts institutional funding.

Weblinc/Safeguard Scientifics press release

B2B and B2C platform provider WebLinc raises new funding (Internet Retailer)

Clinical trials tech firm Clinverse closes on $9.1M (WRAL TechWire)
Edison Partners led the round with $5 million. Clinverse, based in Durham, competes with
Philadelphia area companies Greenphire and CFS Clinical (Drug Development Corp) in the clinical trial payments management market.

OpenView Venture Partners raising $250 million (Fortune Term Sheet)
Boston VC firm backed Philly ventures Monetate, NextDocs and Xtium.

#TPIAspen, day 2: Comcast's Cohen on what counts as 'too big' — Apple, Uber, others newly sync up with TechNet — Latest on net governance (Politico: Morning Tech)
Cohen: DISH, Netflix deals would cause "horizontal" issues for Comcast; Note for future reference.

Fandango finalizes a truce with the FTC after exposing your movie ticket data (Engadget)
Comcast unit apparently lacked adequate security for mobile movie ticketing.

SAP plans big investment to boost its business in Africa (PC World)

SAP Signs with Bayern Munich in Big Data Soccer Deal (WSJ: CIO Journal)

PayPal Introduces One-Touch Mobile Payments, Thanks to Braintree and Venmo (Re/code)