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MPA: Google’s Delisting of Thousands of Pirate Sites Works

The MPA has teamed up with Google to remove pirate site domain names from search results in countries where these are already blocked by ISPs. No court has ordered Google to take action but the company is voluntarily complying with "no-fault" ISP injunctions. According to the MPA, this delisting of pirate sites is an effective tool in the fight against online piracy.

From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

UK Inflation: Fight Fire With Fire

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Tomorrow there are two major, potentially market-moving events in the UK. First is the release of the latest inflation numbers, and second is Chancellor Sunak’s presentation before Parliament of the so-called “spring statement”. And there could be a couple of tricks up his sleeve. What could happen tomorrow So, normally the Spring Statement is just […]

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Research Bits: March 22

Securing wireless communications; on-chip frequency shifters; modulating visible light.

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Qualcomm Announces $100 Million ‘Metaverse Fund’ For VR/AR Developers

Qualcomm today announced a $100 million 'Metaverse Fund' for new VR/AR experiences and technologies. More details here.

Coinbase Hit With Lawsuit Alleging Exchange Sold 79 Different Cryptocurrencies as Unregistered Securities

Coinbase has been hit with a class action lawsuit that alleges that the exchange giant wrongfully sold at least 79 different cryptocurrencies as unregistered securities. The three plaintiffs, Christopher Underwood, Louis Oberlander and Henry Rodriguez, allege that Coinbase has been knowingly selling securities without registration statements under the guise of operating a cryptocurrency exchange. The […]

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Watch Tower vs. McFree: Nonprofit Defends Critic’s Fair Use & Anonymity Rights

'Kevin McFree' recently fended off a Watch Tower DMCA subpoena after a judge found that his critical animations were protected under fair use. However, Watch Tower is aggressively pursuing a separate copyright lawsuit, one that deals with exactly the same issues. The big development is that McFree's plight has been taken on by the formidable Public Citizen Litigation Group.

From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

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Europe’s biggest report on Uni- and Soonicorns

European technology companies have undeniably entered the global stage to compete with tech made in Silicon Valley. While the United States is still home to 4 times the amount of tech companies worth more than 1 billion USD (so-called “unicorns”), Europe is catching up at speed and breeding unicorns faster than the US ever did. […]

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Can New Launches from Aave and Sushi Usher in DeFi’s Comeback?

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Sushi rolls out long-awaited Trident framework on Polygon, while Aave’s V3 brings money markets cross-chain

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From crisis currency to consumer adoption: What next for crypto?

Tag Template - News Hub PRO Cryptocurrencies have won credit for their role in Ukraine’s war, showing utility that will drive them beyond the battlefield, says Amber Group’s Michael Wu.

European Financial Regulators Publish Warning on The Risks of Crypto Assets

A group of European financial regulators have issued another formal warning to consumers about the risks of cryptocurrency. In a new report, the European Supervisory Authorities, which includes the European Securities and Markets Authorities (ESMA), the European Banking Authority, and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, warned consumers that crypto assets are “highly risky […]

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Infmeta – one of the 5 parts of SocialFi: DID is the way

Infmeta - one of the 5 parts of SocialFi: DID is the way
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao released a statement via Fortune magazine. “DeFi will soon see changes in 2021 and we can see some exciting and innovative developments in 2022, with SocialFi and GameFi being the main drivers,” he said. As DeFi grows, smart solutions will emerge to meet the needs of the community. Reports show that […]

Sanctions, censorship, and ESG: Is Bitcoin still fungible?

With governments in Russia and Canada sanctioning specific crypto addresses, concerns arise over the slow erosion of Bitcoin's fungibility.

The post Sanctions, censorship, and ESG: Is Bitcoin still fungible? appeared first on Protos.

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