The act has been invoked in other cases, particularly in legal disputes involving revenge porn — sexually explicit media of an individual shared online without their consent, often as pu... Read More
As we've covered before in the past, hackers will use just about any means to penetrate, and possibly enslave, everything from websites and twitter handles to home computers and company ne... Read More
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It also explains how the finance unit provides “banking and currency support”:
Stuart Card, PhD and Chief Scientist of Critical Technologies describes Critical in his LinkedIn profile:
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The largest defense contracting firm in the world has announced plans to leverage blockchain technology in its operations.
Revealed last week, Lockheed Martin is now working with Virginia-based Gua... Read More
The US Navy's innovation arm has revealed plans to test blockchain's potential to bring added security to its manufacturing systems.
In an announcement released last week, the Navy said it will app... Read More
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