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Cryptowallet Counterfeits Steal Consumers’ Coins

BE CAREFUL BEFORE YOU OPEN YOUR NEXT WALLET With the hype, effort, and energy that constantly swirl around cryptocurrency, it’s no wonder that a wide variety of scams have surfaced along with it. Thanks to tactics like hoaxes, cryptojacking, and outright theft of coins, investors have…

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Code Sharing Site GitHub Bought By Microsoft For Massive $7.5 Billion

After days of speculation it’s been officially announced that Microsoft will be acquiring the open-source code repository, GitHub in full by the end of the year for $7,500,000,000. That’s great! What’s GitHub? GitHub is based in San Francisco, and is essentially just an online platform that lets…

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Uber Wins London Appeal, Allowed To Keep Driving

British appeal court judge rules that London based Uber cars and their drivers can continue to stay on the road – for now, anyway. Uber has won its appeal against a Transport For London (TFL) decision not to renew the ride-sharing company’s license in the United…

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The latest in a long line of Facebook privacy blunders.

Glitch Set Private Facebook Posts To Public There’s a surprise waiting in the email inboxes of about 14 million Facebook users: a mea culpa message that lets them know that their privacy settings might have let them down. According to the company, a bug at headquarters automatically switched…

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Facebook To Take Action On Bad Reviews

“Don’t read the comments… don’t read the comments…” By and large, the comments section of most news, videos, or social media posts can easily devolve into a cesspool of anti-humanity. However, one aspect to leaving an opinion online can actually serve a purpose for other users:…

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