Facial Recognition Has Already Reached Its Breaking Point

Facial recognition technology has proliferated unchecked in the US so far. Congress finally seems ready to do something about...

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Zuckbucks or Bust: How SEC Rulemaking Hurts Startup Cryptos and Favors Big Tech
May23

Zuckbucks or Bust: How SEC Rulemaking Hurts Startup Cryptos and Favors Big Tech

SEC guidance has created a more attractive environment for regulated tech firms like Facebook to offer proprietary cryptoassets integrated into their existing products that can be legally traded on existing crypto-exchanges as non-securities. Meanwhile, the SEC has targeted startup cryptos for increased scrutiny. Also Read: SEC Commissioner Says Time Is Right for Bitcoin ETFs — 3 Funds Pending The crypto community’s...

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US Copyright Office Responds to Craig Wright’s Bitcoin Registrations
May23

US Copyright Office Responds to Craig Wright’s Bitcoin Registrations

On May 21, 2019, a press release was sent to a variety of publications that said Craig Wright was granted two U.S. copyrights for the original Bitcoin white paper and version 0.1 of the cryptocurrency’s code. Meanwhile, the U.S. Copyright Office specifically addressed the matter in a press release which emphasized the agency “does not investigate the truth of any statement made.” Also Read: “I Am the Real...

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How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash
May23

How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash

Every year on May 22, the cryptocurrency community marks this day in 2010 when Laszlo Hanyecz purchased two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins. To help you celebrate Pizza Day, here are a variety of options to buy to pizza with bitcoin cash (BCH) in different countries around the world. Also Read: How to Check Median BTC and BCH Transaction Fees How to Buy Pizza With BCH on Bitcoin Pizza Day 2019 One of the simplest ways to pay for pizza with...

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There Were 140 Piracy ‘Incidents’ in UK Cinemas Last Year
May23

There Were 140 Piracy ‘Incidents’ in UK Cinemas Last Year

The earlier a film ends up on pirate sites, the more filmmakers, cinemas, and other players in the movie industry stand to lose. This is the main reason why movie theaters keep a very close eye on their visitors. Employees are specifically trained and instructed to recognize potentially suspicious behavior so they take action in response. Those who help to catch a pirate, are eligible for hard cash bounties. In the UK, the Film...

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