Facebook Bug Made Up to 14 Million Users' Posts Public For Days

In late May, millions of Facebook users had new posts set to public by...

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Britannica Insights Is a Chrome Extension to Fix False Google Results

Encyclopedia Britannica released a Chrome extension designed to fix Google’s sometimes inaccurate “featured snippets.”

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Cryptocurrencies Not a Risk to Stability, Russian Study Concludes
Jun08

Cryptocurrencies Not a Risk to Stability, Russian Study Concludes

A study has found that despite their volatility, cryptocurrencies do not endanger the financial system and the economy of Russia, as the risks are offset by the highly concentrated ownership of digital assets. Crypto fluctuations are not believed to affect consumption either. Russian residents have controlled cryptocurrency worth between $7.5 and $14 billion in the first quarter of this year, according to estimates published in the...

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BTC Markets Update: Major Symmetrical Triangle Set to Break
Jun08

BTC Markets Update: Major Symmetrical Triangle Set to Break

The BTC markets are currently testing two major trendlines comprising a major symmetrical triangle. As of this writing, bitcoin appears to be following a major ascending trendline that dates back to mid-2017, whilst simultaneously testing a descending trendline that runs from December’s all-time high of nearly $20,000 USD to the local high of approximately $10,000. Many traders are expecting that the resolution of the triangle...

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Regulations Round-Up: CFTC Rejects FOIA Request, SEC Not Modifying Securities Laws
Jun08

Regulations Round-Up: CFTC Rejects FOIA Request, SEC Not Modifying Securities Laws

In recent regulatory news, the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has rejected a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request regarding the subpoenas recently received by Bitfinex and Tether; the United States Securities and Exchanges (SEC) Chairman, Jay Clayton, has indicated that the regulator will not alter existing securities legislation to cater to cryptocurrencies. Maria Vullo, the Superintendent of Financial...

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