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Blockchain Patent Granted to Cybersecurity Company Owned by U.S. Defense Contractor

A blockchain-related patent has been awarded to Texas-based cybersecurity company Forcepoint Cointelegraph.com News

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Blockchain Patent Granted to Cybersecurity Company Owned by U.S. Defense Contractor

n A blockchain-related patent has been awarded to Texas-based cybersecurity company Forcepointn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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These are the nation's largest U.S. airlines, ranked from worst to best by new study

The top and bottom airlines in the Airline Quality Rating mirrored The Points Guy's best and worst rankings last month.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Onecoin Leaders Indicted in the U.S. for Operating ‘Fraudulent Pyramid Scheme’

On March 8, the Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney’s Office Southern District of New York (SDNY) announced that officials have indicted two of the top leaders of the notorious Onecoin project. The prosecutors charged Onecoin cofounders Konstantin Ignatov and Ruja Ignatova with a slew of charges in connection with defrauding investors. Konstantin Ignatov was also arrested in Los ...

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Mark Karpeles Still Faces Class Allegations in the U.S. After Japan Verdict

Mark Karpeles, the chief executive of the now defunct bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, has been denied a motion to stay in a class action lawsuit in the U.S. The Northern District of Illinois lawsuit originally filed by Anthony Motto and Gregory Greene accuses Karpeles of criminal conversion and fraud. Also read: Kraken Offers $ 100K Reward for Help Finding Quadrigacx ...

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In rebuke to President Trump, House approves measure to force U.S. withdrawal from Yemen

The House vote was a sharp rebuke to Saudi Arabia for its conduct in the war in Yemen and push-back against the Trump administration's ties.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Hacker Gets 10 Years in First SIM-Swapping Sentencing in the U.S.

n nn nn According to a recent report, Joel Ortiz, the 20-year-old student from Boston who was indicted by prosecutors in Santa Clara, California, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in what is believed to be the very first SIM swapping conviction in the United States.Ortiz was charged last year on 28 counts involving various computer-related violations and ...

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Presidential Candidate John McAfee Flees U.S. for Alleged Tax Fraud

U.S. presidential candidate John McAfee announced on Tuesday that he has fled the country. According to McAfee’s recent Twitter video he’s “living in exile” on a boat because he’s been charged with felonies handed down by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Also Read: Former Mt Gox CEO Reflects on Incarceration in Japan While Facing More Prison Time Crypto Figurehead John McAfee ...

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