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Elon Musk: Governments Should Do Nothing About Crypto Regulations
According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk governments should not try to regulate cryptocurrency. “I would say, do nothing,” he opined. He believes that it is not possible to destroy crypto, but governments can “slow down its advancement.”
How does spying through Pegasus occur and can it be avoided?
An investigation revealed that journalists and opponents from several countries were spied on through the Pegasus program.
Michael Saylor: China's BTC Mining Ban Is A Trillion-Dollar Mistake
China's crackdown on Bitcoin mining and driving them out from its borders, was a trillion-dollar mistake, argued the CEO of MicroStrategy, Michael Saylor.
Billionaire Oleg Deripaska: Bank of Russia Should Adopt Bitcoin Payments
Billionaire Oleg Deripaska advices Russia to follow El Salvador’s example and accept BTC as a payment method.
Paraguay Follows El Salvador: Bitcoin Bill on the Table in July
Paraguay’s National Deputy, Carlitos Rejala confirmed that plans are in place to discuss the formal legalization of Bitcoin next month.
Miami Mayor Wants to Bring Chinese Bitcoin Miners to Florida
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has a message to Chinese Bitcoin miners facing regulatory crackdown in China: Miami could offer cheap nuclear energy to mine bitcoin.
Ledger Hack Victims Are Receiving fake Crypto Hardware Wallets
A new hack is claiming victims following the the Ledger data breach of July 2020. The new scam involves sending convincing but fake hardware wallets to victims.
Cryptocurrency Not Included on SEC's Upcoming Agenda
It seems that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) isn't too concerned with cryptocurrency at the moment.
Anti-Bitcoin Countries React To El Salvador's BTC Adoption
A negative reaction to the “Bitcoin Law” passed by El Salvador and to its growing adoption was well to be expected. Mainstream media has been promoting news on BTC alleged negative environmental impact, its use for illicit activities, an...
Insight on why China is so negative about Bitcoin
The crypto markets have dropped significantly since May, down 50% from recent highs. The crash was partly attributed to China’s negative stance on crypto. What’s the reason to China's crypto stance?
IMF Concerned About El Salvador's Bitcoin Legal Tender
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed “economic and legal” concerns over the El Salvador’s new pro-BTC legislation: “Ley Bitcoin”, which was approved by the country's national congress.
Ripple Asks SEC To Reveal Documents Related to Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP
Ripple has filed a motion to compel the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to produce internal documents relating to Bitcoin, Ethereum and the payments giant's native token XRP.
YouTube Wins Lawsuit Against Steve Wozniak
YouTube has won a legal case against Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak, who accused the video-sharing platform of failing to prevent bitcoin scams.
We can always find justification to shut up the stupidity of our opponents. Censorship is a dangerous way to deal with it.
The same technology that we welcomed as 1984, because it was cool, is now taking us back to 1939.
The US Government Says Facebook Needs To Sell Instagram And WhatsApp
Forty-eight attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission filed suit against the company Wednesday.
Twitter may have to pay hundreds of millions in fines for privacy screw-up
As far as mistakes go, Twitter's notorious two-factor authentication boondoggle could end being a costly one.
England's Test and Trace programme 'breaks GDPR data law'
Privacy campaigners say that the Government has broken data protection laws in launching the Test and Trace programme in England.
Criminals on CCTV: Scammers caught red-handed
The man who hacked into a criminal call centre to expose scammers at work.
Apple shareholders defeat proposal over Chinese app removal policies
Apple Inc’s shareholders on Wednesday defeated a proposal critical of its removal of apps at the request of the Chinese government, but the proposal drew a much higher proportion of votes than similar proposals in previous years which ha...
Deepfake technology will make you question what's real
As the United States enters a presidential election year, experts have named deepfakes as one of the biggest cybersecurity risks of 2020. Deepfakes, which are fake videos and images created using computers and machine learning, can be ma...
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