News Around The Web – July 15

Cryptocurrency Flowing Into “Mixers” Hits an All-time High. Researchers stated on Thursday that as cash from wallets belonging to government-sanctioned entities and criminal activities almost doubled, the quantity of cryptocurrency moving through privacy-enhancing mixer services hit an all-time high this year. Use of a mixer is not always prohibited or unethical. There are good privacy …

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News Around The Web – June 17

Bill C-11 Would Give CRTC Power Over User-generated Content, but They Promise Not To Use It Bill C-11, now working it’s way though Parliament, would modernize Canada’s Broadcasting Act by empowering the CRTC to oversee both traditional broadcasters and internet platforms like as YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, and TikTok. It would require digital platforms …

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New Around The Web – June 4

Japan Passes Stablecoin Bill That Enshrines Investor Protection Last month’s collapse of the TerraUSD token thrust stablecoins into the worldwide spotlight and Japan became one of the first large economies to build a legal framework around them. On Friday, Japan’s parliament enacted a bill clarifying the legal status of stablecoins, essentially establishing them as digital …

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