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Brave Asks UK Authorities to end Google’s Unfair Advantage

The Brave browser has been one of the bigger success stories in all of cryptocurrency lately. It now appears that the company wants to put an end to Google’s monopoly, at least in the UK.  Earlier this week, the browser’s team submitted a request to the UK Competition and Markets Authority. Brave Goes After Google In this request, Brave emphasizes how UK authorities need to enforce GDPR as quickly as …
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Facebook and Google Track Your Porn Browsing Regardless of Incognito Mode

Watching porn online has become more than acceptable in our society these days. Unfortunately, it is also of great interest to companies such as Google, Facebook, and Oracle. New research confirms most of the porn sites out there contain trackers, which seem to bypass a browser’s incognito mode. One’s online habits tell a lot about the user in question, that much is certain.  Viewing Porn Will get you Tracked It …
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Google’s Ban on Cryptocurrency Ads Remains Controversial

There are a lot of concerns regarding bans on cryptocurrency ads by major technology firms. Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Google have all taken similar actions in this regard. Even so, it is Google’s decision in particular which has irked a lot of people, and it seems the company will face even more backlash over this development. The Google Ban on Crypto Ads The month of June 2018 will be a trying time for the …
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Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Falls to $8,300

Another drop is in the books. After falling to $8,500 yesterday from its previous mark of $8,800, bitcoin is once again stumbling down the staircase and is now trading for $8,300 – just a sliver above last week’s low of $8,250. The Coindesk Consensus Conference – which potentially gave bitcoin a boost over the last 72 hours – ends today, and it appears the hype it garnered for cryptocurrency is …
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