In 2001, Napster shut down its servers in response to a federal
order. That same year I graduated, and by this time I had
several thousand albums. Now it was a habit.
T... Read More
Airbnb has challenged the subpoena on the grounds that it constitutes an invasion of privacy of the thousands of people who use its service. Then, on Wednesday, the San Francisco... Read More
Neither ActBlue nor its compatriots like the Progressive Change Campaign Committee—which was co-founded by the late cyberactivist Aaron Swartz and initiated the successful Draft ... Read More
The story of the mug shot sites echoes a recent thread of academic research concerning a very different kind of online nuisance: spam. A 2011 study of the value chain of spam found that credi... Read More
Enigma Delays Release of 'Discovery' Protocol on Ethereum Mainnet
Engima, the startup seeking to bring privacy to the world of public blockchains, is delaying the launch of its mainnet as part of a wider reworking of its developmental roadmap.
The company had pre
Just a Cycle? Big Bitcoin Miners Stay Positive in Face of Market Slump
Despite the downturn in the crypto markets so far in 2018, executives from several bitcoin mining firms have said this scenario has been seen before and they are not deterred by current low prices.
Quick Brew? BitFury's Coffee Machine Accepts Bitcoin Via Lightning Network
Blockchain firm Bitfury has come up with a novel product aimed to make it easier to pay for products with bitcoin.
To that end, a specialized engineering team within the company has developed a cof
Coinbase Disputes Claims in New York Attorney General's Exchange Report
A recent report published by the New York Office of the Attorney General (OAG), which claimed several cryptocurrency exchanges it investigated are vulnerable to market manipulation, has drawn backlash