The Marines’ New Drone-Killer Aces Its First Test in Iran

Last week’s US strike of an Iranian drone is the first reported successful use of the Marines’ new energy...

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$700 Million Equifax Fine Is Still Too Little, Too Late

For failing to safeguard Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, and more, Equifax will pay up—but not enough, experts say.

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Robert Mueller's Testimony: What Congress Needs to Know

Here’s what members of Congress should know before they question the former special counsel.

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Privacy Is a Human Right Worth Fighting For
Jul23

Privacy Is a Human Right Worth Fighting For

Privacy is a basic human right. It’s there in Article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “Freedom from Interference with Privacy, Family, Home and Correspondence.” Attaining that right in an era of dragnet surveillance, mass data breaches, state-sponsored hacks and big tech overreach, however, is a Herculean task. As the digital privacy fight heats up, crypto protocols are emerging as a new battleground...

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Honestnode Founder Discusses the First Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash
Jul23

Honestnode Founder Discusses the First Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash

On June 12, the Honestnode team announced the release of a new stablecoin project built on top of the Bitcoin Cash network called Honestcoin (USDH). The new token was made using the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) and recently launched on the cryptocurrency trading platform Coinex. This week news.Bitcoin.com spoke with the founder of Honestnode, Jian Shi, to learn more about this new stablecoin. Also read: Coinex Exchange Lists the first...

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