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Bitcoin Breaks $60K, Ether Hits New ATH in Early Saturday Trading
Bitcoin’s price neared its all-time high of $61,712 early Saturday while ether (ETH) set a new all-time high at $2,190.
Are Covid passports a threat to liberty? It depends on how you define freedom
The pandemic is once again causing governments to pit incompatible ideas of freedom against each other
Salesforce invests $40 million in text-marketing startup Community
Salesforce's investment in Community comes as the upstart looks to expand its customer base.
Personal data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users has reportedly leaked online days after LinkedIn and Facebook also suffered data breaches
The leaked data of Clubhouse users includes names, social media profiles, and other details. It's the latest in a recent string of data breaches.
Apple to start enforcing privacy notifications that upset Facebook
Facebook has accused Apple not of giving users' more choice, but of skewing the market to its own advantage.
16,000 fake review accounts shut down by Facebook after UK competition watchdog intervenes
Facebook has removed 16,000 accounts linked to Facebook groups and Instagram profiles, after the UK’s Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) intervened, holding the company to a pledge to take action against fraudulent activity.
Clubhouse: Is the audio app really worth $4bn?
Live-audio app Clubhouse is creating plenty of chatter - about itself.
Software flaw led to 'serious incident' on Tui flight
A "simple flaw" caused by a language difference led to a "serious incident" for a flight from Birmingham last year.
US blacklists seven Chinese supercomputer groups
The US has blacklisted seven Chinese groups it accuses of building supercomputers to help its military.
Italian man 'offered €10,000 in Bitcoin' to maim ex-partner
Investigators in Rome have placed under house arrest a man who they say paid an attacker over the dark web to maim his ex-girlfriend.
The woman who took on Google and won
Everyone has their breaking point. And when it comes it can be a small thing, an incident that usually wouldn't matter.
U.S. senators criticize Apple for not testifying on antitrust concerns
Apple Inc is refusing to testify at an upcoming U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing on competition issues related to mobile app stores, the bipartisan leaders of the panel said on Friday.
Elon Musk's Neuralink shows monkey with brain-chip playing videogame by thinking
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s brain-chip startup released footage on Friday appearing to show a monkey playing a simple videogame after getting implants of the new technology.
'Our system is broken': Amazon accused of 'illegal & egregious' behavior as early voting results deal blow to unionizing drive
Amazon is in the lead amid a push to unionize one of its Alabama warehouses, with around 1,100 workers voting ‘No’ on the proposal so far, more than double those backing it, as the union claims the company used “illegal” tactics.
Biden is picking up where Trump left off as US readies itself for a titanic tech cold war with China
America’s addition of more Chinese companies to its entity list shows it’s now being used as a vehicle of geopolitical containment. Coupled with a new $110bn tech bill, it proves the US is worried about being overtaken by Beijing.
Facebook and Instagram go down for reasons unknown: ‘Something went wrong’
Facebook and Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, have suffered a major outage, prompting users to flock to Twitter to vent their frustration. While both sites have swiftly recovered, no explanation was given for the issue.
Apple to allow users to block apps from tracking activity in move angering Facebook
Apple has announced that it will soon roll out a feature allowing users to block tech companies from tracking activity online and on other apps in a move that’s angered Facebook over its impact on data collection.
‘Biopolitical surveillance regimes’: Vaccine passports reveal the growing authoritarian tendencies of Western governments
Forcing citizens to carry digital certificates showing that they’ve had the jab - and barring them from events and buildings if they haven’t - is a dangerous step that will create a two-tier society.
Are pay-by-the-minute booths the future of work?
I don’t really like working from home.
FinCEN Begins Making Rules For Corporate Transparency Act
The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) asked last week for the public to comment on a series of questions about the new beneficial ownership reporting requirements of the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), according to an ...
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