Daily Archives: May 2, 2019

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Facebook says it has permanently banned several far-right and anti-Semitic figures and organizations, including Nation o…

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Sonic’s live-action design upset the entire internet, so the studio is changing it

Most people recoiled at the sight of a disturbing, lanky CGI version of Sonic the Hedgehog when Paramount released its first trailer for the upcoming live-action film — and the studio has listened. Director Jeff Fowler tweeted today about the backlash, assuring … Google Alert – breaking news

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A two-minute siren wailed across the country on Thursday for Israel’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Day, when Israelis pa…

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US District Attorney Seeks to Retain Defendant in Crypto Shadow Banking Crypto Case

A U.S. District Attorney is seeking to retain a defendant in custody in a case of shadow banking for crypto companies Cointelegraph.com News

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“She was clearly a fan, and I ruined it.” We’re all Emilia Clarke meeting Beyoncé 👀Link in bio 😂

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Former Mod Explains R/Bitcoin Censorship and Why He Was Removed

On May 2, the Bitcoin.com podcast series Humans of Bitcoin published an interview with early bitcoin supporter Jason King who became a moderator for Reddit forum r/bitcoin in late 2012. During the interview, King tells podcast host Matt Aaron how the forum r/bitcoin went from a fun area on the web to an environment filled with censorship and manipulation. Also ...

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Crypto Theft Could Hit $1.2 Billion in 2019, Says Cipher Trace

Crypto theft has greatly reduced this year compared to last year as regulators continue to enhance their scrutiny and the enforcement of anti-money laundering controls. Crypto Theft Could Hit $ 1 billion Mark Despite being $ 500 million less than last year, crypto theft could still go well beyond a billion dollars by the end of this year. A quarterly ...

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