How the US Prepares Its Embassies for Potential Attacks

In addition to securing physical structures, the Diplomatic Security Service runs simulations of protests in a model city in...

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How Iran's Hackers Might Strike Back After Soleimani's Assassination

From data-destroying wipers to industrial control system hacking, Iran has a potent arsenal of cyberattacks at its disposal.

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TikTok's First Transparency Report Doesn't Tell the Full Story

The app says it didn’t receive any requests for user information from China during the first half of 2019. That might not reassure skeptics.

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Grassroots Bitcoin Cash House Movement Expands to Ghana
Jan04

Grassroots Bitcoin Cash House Movement Expands to Ghana

With one Bitcoin Cash House now established in Venezuela, the grassroots movement is independently spreading to other locations. Read.cash user ‘Koush’ has announced that the new BCH House Ghana has secured and paid for its location and will launch sometime this month. The independent movement to establish informational centers for those interested in peer-to-peer electronic cash is unique in its decentralized nature, and...

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Scottish Novelist Andrew O’Hagan Asked to Testify in Kleiman v. Wright Lawsuit
Jan04

Scottish Novelist Andrew O’Hagan Asked to Testify in Kleiman v. Wright Lawsuit

The high profile billion dollar bitcoin lawsuit, Kleiman v. Wright, has continued into the new year. The Kleiman estate’s legal team filed for a protective order to prevent the deposition of Wright’s ex-wife on January 13, 2020. Additionally, the plaintiffs and defendants have scheduled a slew of fact and expert witness depositions for the next three weeks. Deponents mentioned in the court filing include crypto expert...

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