Bitcoin Pulls Away From Stock Market as Price Staying Above $8,000 Signals Strength – Bloomberg Analyst
May07

Bitcoin Pulls Away From Stock Market as Price Staying Above $8,000 Signals Strength – Bloomberg Analyst

Bitcoin (BTC) staying above $8,000 is a sign of increasing momentum and detachment from the stock market beta-pull, according to Bloomberg senior analyst Mike McGlone. In a new bitcoin report published on May 5, McGlone said that sustaining above this level is necessary to indicate strength. “Bitcoin is showing divergent strength versus the wobbly stock market,” he said, noting the cryptocurrency’s rapid decline on...

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US Central Bank Blamed for 2020 Financial Crash: ‘The Fed Is Lawless Economic Government Unto Itself’
May07

US Central Bank Blamed for 2020 Financial Crash: ‘The Fed Is Lawless Economic Government Unto Itself’

The last two months dealing with the coronavirus outbreak have been strange, to say the least, and as data rolls in more people are becoming aware that there was quite a bit of overreaction from politicians, the media, and medical professionals. A small number of people are starting to focus on the economic situation and the possible destructive aftermath the finance world will see. On May 5, 2020, the Austrian economics-based think...

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Jetflicks Streaming Site Founder Wants Evidence Suppressed, US Govt. Says No Way
May07

Jetflicks Streaming Site Founder Wants Evidence Suppressed, US Govt. Says No Way

In August 2019, eight men were indicted by a grand jury for conspiring to violate criminal copyright law by running “two of the largest” pirate streaming services in the United States. Kristopher Lee Dallmann, Darryl Julius Polo, Douglas M. Courson, Felipe Garcia, Jared Edwards Jaurequi, Peter H. Huber, Yoany Vaillant, and Luis Angel Villarino were the alleged operators of Jetflicks, an unlicensed subscription-based TV...

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RIAA’s Misuse of the DMCA Can’t Go Unpunished, Spinrilla Tells Court
May07

RIAA’s Misuse of the DMCA Can’t Go Unpunished, Spinrilla Tells Court

In March, popular hip-hop mixtape service Spinrilla filed a lawsuit against the RIAA. Spinrilla accused the music industry group of sending inaccurate DMCA takedown notices that waste resources and harm the site’s goodwill and reputation. The mixtape platform said the RIAA was using automated text-based searches instead of actually listening to tracks. As a result, the group allegedly reported non-infringing content. These...

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9 kubectl commands sysadmins need to know
May07

9 kubectl commands sysadmins need to know

Kubernetes is the dominant technology for infrastructure today, and that means sysadmins need to be familiar with administering it. I have been managing Kubernetes clusters every day for years now, and I picked up a few tricks that I highly recommend for others looking to simplify their admin experience. read...

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