The Most-Read Security Stories of 2018

This year saw the most devastating cyberattack in history, a gang of teen hackers, and so much Mueller...

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Privacy Law Showdown Between Congress and Tech Looms in 2019

Lawmakers spend the better part of 2018 talking tough to tech companies. Now the pressure is on for Congress to act.

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Pan Am Flight 103: Robert Mueller’s 30-Year Search for Justice

Known as the Lockerbie bombing, in December 1988 a bomb downed a Pan Am jet, leaving 270 dead. It was the first mass killing of Americans by terrorists. As the head of the Justice Department’s criminal division, Robert Mueller oversaw the case. And for him, it was...

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Judge Denies Craig Wright’s Motion to Dismiss Billion-Dollar Bitcoin Lawsuit
Dec28

Judge Denies Craig Wright’s Motion to Dismiss Billion-Dollar Bitcoin Lawsuit

On Dec. 27, court documents from the case against the Nchain chief scientist, Craig Wright, explained a large portion of his recent dismissal motions were found “not warranted” and were denied. Wright is being sued for 1.1 million BTC in a legal case in Florida that alleges he manipulated David Kleiman’s family. Also Read: Many Self-Proclaimed Bitcoin Inventors and Satoshi Clues Were Debunked in 2018 The Lawsuit...

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190 Companies Seek to Enter Japanese Cryptocurrency Market
Dec28

190 Companies Seek to Enter Japanese Cryptocurrency Market

In an exclusive interview with news.Bitcoin.com, Japan’s top financial regulator has confirmed the number of companies currently wanting to enter the Japanese cryptocurrency market. Meanwhile, several existing crypto exchanges in the country are undergoing changes. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for Positive Regulations Over 190 Companies Want In Japan’s Financial Services Agency...

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