How to Get Safari's New Privacy Features in Chrome and Firefox

Apple’s browser is getting serious about security protections. If you can’t or won’t switch, don’t worry: you don’t have to fall...

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Bolstering Separation of Money and State Following the 244th Independence Day
Jun29

Bolstering Separation of Money and State Following the 244th Independence Day

With the fourth of July approaching, many Americans will have to contemplate whether or not the holiday is an empty affair. After the last thirteen weeks of Covid-19 lockdowns, business shutdowns, and police brutality, the lack of liberty and freedoms in the U.S. has never been more apparent. With ideas like bitcoin and concepts that bolster secession, the day is coming when money is completely removed from the state, just as the...

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Skeptics Concerned Plustoken Scammers Plan to Dump $187M Worth of Ethereum
Jun29

Skeptics Concerned Plustoken Scammers Plan to Dump $187M Worth of Ethereum

Crypto market skeptics and speculators are concerned about 789,000 ETH that started moving four days ago last Wednesday. The transaction was recorded by Whale Alert, and the $187 million worth of ether stems from the Plustoken scammers. On Wednesday, June 24, 2020, at approximately 9:46 a.m. (ET) the Plustoken scammers who have yet to be arrested, moved 789,534 ETH worth $187,847,550 USD at today’s exchange rates. Cryptocurrency...

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Federated Sidechains: $8M in BTC Stuck in Limbo, Analyst Says Action ‘Violates Liquid’s Security Model’
Jun29

Federated Sidechains: $8M in BTC Stuck in Limbo, Analyst Says Action ‘Violates Liquid’s Security Model’

Liquid, the sidechain network developed by the company Blockstream, saw 870 bitcoins ($8 million) frozen in moderation queue due to a seizure from a number of the network’s functionaries. The founder of the Summa project, James Prestwich, explained on Twitter that the emergency 2-of-3 controlled 870 bitcoin “violates Liquid’s security model.” During the last year, the crypto firm Blockstream has been promoting...

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Global Pirate Site Traffic Drops to New Low After COVID-19 Peak
Jun29

Global Pirate Site Traffic Drops to New Low After COVID-19 Peak

When the COVID-19 pandemic started to spread across the globe this year, there were noticeable changes in Internet traffic patterns. Internet usage went up overall, with YouTube being the big winner. However, pirate sites noticed a significant boost in visitor numbers as well. This was illustrated early March in the most affected regions, a trend we could later see elsewhere too, coinciding with lockdown measures. This was...

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