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How bitcoin can help Palestinians bypass the Palestinian Authority's control over their finances
The legislation is likely to have a number of negative consequences for consumers.
"We enforce our policies equally for everyone," said a spokesperson.
It's Nina Jankowicz 2.0.
An explosive Times report alleged that Kraken CEO Jesse Powell created a "hateful workplace," leading to an employee exodus. Is that what really happened?
If Europe really cared about e-waste it would stop mandating inefficient products.
Is crypto winter here?
The self-described freedom maximalist explains why he isn't put off bitcoin by its decline since last November.
The future of techno-animism in a world filled with machine intelligence.
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But the Chinese government continues to stonewall independent investigations.
It would force us to "live within our means," says the president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity.
A new GAO report finds that the government lacks a "national strategy with clear roles, goals, objectives, and performance measures."
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Thoughts on the Supreme Court's Reinstatement of the Preliminary Injunction Against the Texas Social Media Law
The ruling is not a final decision on the merits. But it likely signals that at least five Supreme Court justices believe the law is unconstitutional.
Millions of lower-income or unbanked people are more likely to use cryptocurrency as a payment method.
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The self-described "freedom maximalist" and former hedge fund manager talks "incorruptible money," Austrian economics, and why Satoshi Nakamoto's invention is unstoppable.
Vaclav Smil’s How the World Really Works offers hope and despair for techno-optimists.
The answer to “Why should these people go to prison?” should not be ill-informed gibberish.
And one or the other is likely our fate too.
A new ruling says Twitter and Facebook are not “common carriers" and thus cannot be forced to carry politicians' messages.
The Polish-born artist is creating "heroic portraits" of machines and defending individualism and creative expression in Silicon Valley.
The Georgetown professor isn't a toy lover—he's trying to convey a philosophical idea about the nature of free will and the capacity of humans to remake the world around them.
It seems like an ambiguous episode that was handled appropriately.
Coal, oil, and gas have contributed to global warming, but we can deal with their impact while letting them bring billions more up to middle-class living standards.
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Massie was the only House member to vote against a resolution demanding social media companies do more to track and suppress antisemitic content.
Activist Fadi Elsalameen says U.S. aid doesn’t help Palestinians because of corruption. They need monetary freedom.
In response to the Buffalo massacre, Gov. Kathy Hochul invoked a hoary analogy to justify censorship.
The law forces social media firms to host and promote speech they oppose, and would set a dangerous precedent if upheld by the courts..
"It's all induced by the internet," she said.
Maybe it's not a good idea for the government to prohibit all viewpoint-based moderation on social media.
Despite bitcoin's steep slide, the CEO of MicroStrategy is bullish on its mass adoption.
The MicroStrategy CEO and biggest corporate owner of bitcoin is HODLING for the long haul, come bull or bear market.