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Twitch Cracks Down on Hate Speech and Harassment

Twitch, the livestreaming platform popular among video game players, unveiled new guidelines on Wednesday aimed at cracking down on hateful conduct and sexual harassment on its site.The site, which is owned by Amazon, said it had broadened its definition of sexual harassment and separated such violations into a new category for the first time so it could take...

Bitwise Lists Crypto Index Fund on US OTC Market

San Francisco-based Bitwise Asset Management announced on Wednesday that it has publicly listed one of its cryptocurrency funds, 10 Crypto Index Fund, on the OTCQX over-the-couter (OTC) market.This listing has allowed the investors to invest in the fund with a traditional brokerage account in the United States. Earlier, Bitwise was only offering investments through private placements.“Crypto is the...

Hidden symmetry could be key to more robust quantum systems, researchers find

Researchers have found a way to protect highly fragile quantum systems from noise, which could aid in the design and development of new quantum devices, such as ultra-powerful quantum computers. The researchers, from the University of Cambridge, have shown that microscopic particles can remain intrinsically linked, or entangled, over long distances even if there are random disruptions between...

Crypto exchange company Bitonic now registered with the Dutch Central Bank

Last month, Netherlands-based bitcoin exchange company Bitonic (also operator of BL3P) became officially listed in the crypto-register of the Dutch Central Bank (DNB). The Bitonic team...

Microsoft Releases Windows Update (Dec 2020) to Fix 58 Security Flaws

Microsoft on Tuesday released fixes for 58 newly discovered security flaws spanning as many as 11 products and services as part of its final Patch Tuesday of 2020, effectively bringing their CVE total to 1,250 for the year. Of these 58 patches, nine are rated as Critical, 46 are rated as Important, and three are rated Moderate in severity. The...

Russia’s FireEye Hack Is a Statement—but Not a Catastrophe

FireEye has built its reputation on defending high-stakes clients from hackers. Today, the cybersecurity firm acknowledged that it had itself been the victim of a breach—and that the attackers made off with some of its offensive tools. It's a startling admission but almost certainly not as devastating as it may first sound. Like many cybersecurity companies, FireEye uses...

Few Days Remain For XRP Holders To Claim Spark Tokens, Here’s How

XRP has a major bullish breakout recently, resulting in an over 200% rally. And while bullish technicals had been building, it was the Flare airdrop and...

ADT Equipment Guide: Sensors, Cameras, and More

ADT dominates the industry because it’s the oldest security company on the block. While it has over a century of experience with security equipment, its high device and monitoring costs are a relic of another time. The company has a good selection of ADT Command equipment, and its ADT Control app is easy to use, but the high costs...

A UK woman aged 90 was the first in the world to receive the Pfizer vaccine today

The news: The UK started vaccinating its population against covid-19 today, becoming the first country to start distributing the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, less than a week after its approval. It is being given to elder-care home workers and people over 80 first, with a 90-year-old woman named Margaret Keenan the first to receive it outside a clinical trial,...
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