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EtherDelta Suspends Service After Hack

EtherDelta

  Famous cryptocurrency exchange company EtherDelta has suspended its operations after being hacked. Hackers replaced the company’s website with a fake portal that steals money, according to a Mashable article. EtherDelta Statement EtherDelta reported that “at least 308 ETH” (equivalent to $266,789) were stolen, along with “a large number of tokens potentially worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.” TechCrunch said …

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Eric Schmidt Stepping Down as Alphabet Executive Chairman

Eric Schmidt

Alphabet has announced on Thursday that Eric Schmidt, one of the company’s long-time officers, is stepping down as executive chairman and become a technical advisor on science and technology. Alphabet is Google’s parent company. In a press release, Alphabet said: “As of its next regular board meeting in January 2018, Eric Schmidt will be transitioning from his position as Executive …

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Internet Access Is a Legal Right, U.K. Declares

Internet Access

Just a week ago, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) killed net neutrality rules established during the Obama administration. (Read: FCC Votes to Kill Net Neutrality) Those regulations deterred internet service providers (ISPs) from blocking and slowing down Web traffic and proposing fast broadband service for a fee. Britain’s Ruling on Internet Service In the United Kingdom, however, the British …

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