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Recently, Facebook revealed through its newsroom that global government requests in the first half of 2016 for personal user information increased by 27% globally, from 46,710 to 59,229 requests.
Facebook IQ published a white paper entitled “Millennials + money: The unfiltered journey” saying that 92% of millennials firmly expressed their distrust of banks.
The Central Bank of Ireland recently granted Facebook Payments International Ltd (FBPIL) an e-money license, which effectively allows Facebook to facilitate peer to peer payments on its platform.
Within minutes of its launch, US Federal Reserve FB page was full of negative comments by Bitcoin fans critical of central banking.
Tel-Aviv based decentralized tech stack development company, Synereo has announced that it will be releasing the Alpha phase of decentralised social network in September. The company claims that this development will allow web applications to exist without centralized servers.
Bernie Sanders led a campaign run off of small donations, amassing $200 mln. Had he invested that money in Bitcoin, the world would have been much better off.
Facebook messenger has added a “secret conversations” feature to offer users end-to-end encryption.
CoinTelegraph speaks to Canadian Bitcoiner Kyle Kemper about the Social Wallet, a nonprofit that hopes to digitize every aspect of services.
Can Blockchain break Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, eBay and the like? The answer we want to give for the currently discussed Blockchain interpretation is ‘so far, no’ – contrary to common opinion.
CoinTelegraph has made a comprehensive list of the most useful ways to land a cryptocurrency job - from forums and job search aggregators to Facebook, freelance marketplaces and Angel.co.
While P2P sales of guns on Facebook have been banned, implementation of the ban has proven difficult. How are payments for these trades, which violate Facebook's guidelines, completed?
A decentralized and open source social network allows different servers to be linked through the same software.
Now a new open-source social network Minds is poised to fill that void by using real encryption and not storing any user information so nothing can be handed over to the NSA.
Facebook announces experimental implementation of PGP, the cryptographic encryption and authentication tool used by Edward Snowden, into its social media empire.
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