The Security Risks of Login With Facebook

New research from Princeton University exposes vulnerabilities in the social network’s universal login...

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How DNA Transfer Nearly Convicted an Innocent Man of Murder

We leave traces of our genetic material everywhere, even on things we’ve never touched. That got Lukis Anderson charged with a brutal crime he didn’t commit.

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Bitbox Project Hosts Two Bitcoin Cash Hackathons
Apr20

Bitbox Project Hosts Two Bitcoin Cash Hackathons

This week news.Bitcoin.com spoke with Carlos Cardona from the open source Bitbox toolkit project. Over the next thirty days, Bitbox is hosting two BCH-centric hackathons that aim to bring the bitcoin cash development community together to build innovative applications using the decentralized network. Also Read: Meet Memo: An On-Chain Social Network Built on Bitcoin Cash Emerging Platforms Need a Framework Which Encapsulates...

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Institutional Demand for Bitcoin and Crypto Resurges
Apr20

Institutional Demand for Bitcoin and Crypto Resurges

Reports are increasingly indicating that bitcoin’s recent drop of 70% from its December record highs of nearly $20,000 has spurred a renewed interest in the BTC and cryptocurrency markets from institutional investors. Also Read: Markets Update: Broken Trendlines and Bullish Bounces Reports Indicate Influx of Institutional Investment Jeffrey Van de Leemput, an analyst working for Cryptocampus, has attested to the influx of...

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Married Torrent Tracker Couple Settles With BREIN
Apr20

Married Torrent Tracker Couple Settles With BREIN

Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN has targeted operators and uploaders of pirate sites for more than a decade. The group’s main goal is to shut the sites down. Instead of getting embroiled in dozens of lengthy court battles, it prefers to settle the matter with those responsible. This week, BREIN announced another victory against a small torrent site, Snuffelland. The private tracker was targeted at a Dutch audience and the...

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