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US presidential candidate Gary Johnson would consider pardoning such electronic scofflaws as Ross Ulbricht, Edward Snowden, and Chelsea Manning if elected president.
This article seeks to explain just how far above the law the Secretary of State went, and what comes next if she is allowed even more rope to strangle what freedom is left in "The Land of the Free."
Thank an educated electorate for a brighter future for Bitcoin.
The team behind Opera web browser may consider integrating Bitcoin after introducing a built-in Adblock feature in its newest release.
Luis Fernando Molina, the chief executive and founder of Fermat.org, has released a whitepaper on the “Internet of People”. The concept offers an alternative way for content creators to stay in control of their work.
Ghana seeks to secure transactions on the Internet first and only then start a discussion on Bitcoin adoption.
Nodio, a development company behind the Xana blockchain network, believes its blockchain-based router is the solution against government surveillance and privacy attacks.
Attributes of the token as a measure of value can be programmed to have a conscience to deliver groundbreaking impact that is reinventing industries.
Vodafone invests $7.2 Bn in its India unit, challenging Mukesh Ambani, the richest Indian, who launched Reliance Jio.
Whether Bitcoin would be a better option for the southern African state of Zimbabwe to adopt as an alternative method of payment or not has triggered an online discussion this past week.
Predatory pricing unleashed by a telecom provider in India is leading to massive queues and a shortage of SIM cards.
Blocksafe Network has launched a crowdsale to build the first Blockchain-based system for gun authentication.
The low penetration of internet in Africa is responsible for the slow FinTech development, says the Head of Broadband and Converged Solutions at Phase3 Telecom.
The team at Emer claim to have matched blockchain solutions and comprehensive technical approaches for solving issues related to current centralized models of commerce.
With increasing adoption of internet-banking and mobile-banking, an extensive network of branches is no longer necessary for banks. Are bank branches headed for extinction?
Julian Assange lost internet access in an apparent attempt by the US government to prevent further leaks during Colombian peace negotiations.
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.
Shutdown of the internet by governments have caused an estimated loss of $2.4 bln last year.
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?
Schools are now using Bitcoin technology to record and verify candidates' credentials; and to track the creation or transfer of physical assets, shareholdings, certifications, digital rights, intellectual property or even votes.
Take for instance BitMesh, which is asking: Why not take the sharing economy to purchasing Internet? Most people don't use up their entire data plans. People work from 9 to 5 during the day or go on vacations, and even while using the Internet there is often extra bandwidth floating around.
A major standard-setting body has called for all Internet applications to be encrypted by default. Heeding this advice would make it difficult for unauthorized parties to scoop up data.
The elephant in the room of any discussion about the future of Internet is the mesh network. How can we bypass the faulty mega-ISP model, and network peer-to-peer (P2P) instead?
There is one question that we all desperately want to know, what is the future of crypto-currency and will it survive? The Coin Telegraph is here to try and answer this question.
MegaUpload creator Kim Dotcom is looking to reinvent the future if the Internet with the help of your smartphone, or 100 million smartphones that is.
The British Library recently conducted a survey with about 3,000 participants with the purpose of creating a digital “Magna Carta” for the Internet age.
In 2015, the reality of blocked or ‘censored’ websites continues to be a major phenomenon regardless of geographical location.
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