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May 24, 2019 by at Bitcoin
The Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Services (FIOD) in association with Europol and Luxembourg police have cracked down on Bestmixer, one of the largest cryptocurrency mixing services in the world.  Mixing is a process whereby one can necessarily throw in tainted funds that are identifiable with criminal activity and receive...
May 23, 2019 by at Development
Twenty years since developing and providing an alternative Internet experience, Mozilla Firefox on May 21, 2019, rolled out a new update of its browser. The updated version is said to make browsing faster as well as prevent users against cyber threats such as cryptojacking and fingerprinting. Rising to Security Concerns...
With facial recognition technology becoming the norm and data being sold to the highest bidder, blockchain technology could be on its way to being a major player in the creation of a surveillance state. Tech Trends A quick look at cinema headlines from the last decade will show an interesting...
May 16, 2019 by at News, Regulation, Tech
San Francisco has set the record as the first US state to ban the use of facial recognition technology. Per a report on Engadget, May 14, 2019, the state made the decision in order to protect residents from the government’s constant surveillance. With the pressure on regulators and government agencies on the...
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel on May 1, 2019, demanded answers from telecommunication companies in regards to their involvement in selling customers’ phone location information to data aggregators, Motherboard reported. Building Pressure on Telecom Companies Motherboard earlier investigated the far-reaching effect of telecom companies selling their customers’...
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