How Liberals Amped Up a Parkland Shooting Conspiracy Theory

A fake story about a Parkland student started on the right, but outrage-tweeting on the left propelled it into the...

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Russian Hacker False Flags Work—Even After They're Exposed

The Kremlin’s hacking misdirection is evolving. And even when those attempts to confuse forensics fail, they still succeed at sowing future doubt.

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The US v. Microsoft Supreme Court Case Has Big Implications for Data

The United States high court will decide whether a US warrant extends to digital data stored overseas.

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Craig “Satoshi” Wright Sued for Billions
Feb28

Craig “Satoshi” Wright Sued for Billions

Forget the debate about whether bitcoin is a store of value or a currency. What everyone can agree upon is that it is a store of drama. And where there is drama in bitcoin over the last couple of years, Australian computer guru Craig Wright is often in the thick of it. Filed on Valentine’s Day and released yesterday, Mr. Wright is being sued for upwards of 5 billion dollars by the estate of his former business partner, now...

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Bitcoin ATMs Thriving in Michigan’s Most Populous City
Feb28

Bitcoin ATMs Thriving in Michigan’s Most Populous City

Low-income areas in the city of Detroit are seeing a bunch of cryptocurrency-based automated teller machines (ATM). According to local reports, ATMs are popping up in great number in liquor stores, gas stations, and cash-checking locations. Also read: Bitwala Launching Full-Fledged Crypto-Friendly Banking Service with Debit Card Detroit Michigan Sees a Crypto-ATM Invasion Detroit is a well known industrial city and...

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