The FCC Plans To Kill Net Neutrality On June 11
Facebook announced that it plans to introduce many of the privacy changes required by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect on May 25, to users around the world.
As the price of Ethereum continues to drop week over week, the mining difficulty continued to rise. At this pace, mining profits are quickly thinning out.
One day after the FCC’s formal repeal of net neutrality regulation was published, a coalition of states has re-filed its lawsuit challenging the order.
Interfax, a Russian news agency, reported that authorities apprehended multiple employees of a Russian nuclear facility following an attempt to use a supercomputer to mine cryptocurrency.
Razer is putting a stop to its Paid to Play program, which allowed gamers to earn zSilver reward currency that can be used to purchase Razer products and discounts, simply for playing games.
The EFF has warned that net neutrality regulations recently passed by the California Senate are at risk of being overruled by the federal government.
The Governor of Montana has taken the first steps to help preserve net neutrality in his state.
The FCC announced that it is no longer considering adding wireless internet access to its definition of broadband internet access.
Senate Democrats are on the verge of achieving a majority vote that could eventually restore the consumer protections. At the same time, 22 states are suing to block the FCC’s repeal decision.