MicroStrategy increases its bitcoin hoard to 108,992, worth $5.3 billion at current price

MicroStrategy increases its bitcoin hoard to 108,992, worth $5.3 billion at current price

By Christy Gren - Aug 26, 2021

MicroStrategy finds itself a new strategy to invest on bitcoins worth $2.918 billion when it also checked for cryptocurrency purchase of $45,294 previously.

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US Court dismisses anti-trust lawsuits against Facebook

US Court dismisses anti-trust lawsuits against Facebook

By Anna Domanska - Jun 30, 2021

A federal court Judge dismissed two anti-competition cases against Facebook on Tuesday on the basis of it being “legally insufficient”. The court dismissed complaints brought i

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EU and U.K. launch antitrust probes in Facebook

EU and U.K. launch antitrust probes in Facebook

By Christy Gren - Jun 04, 2021

The European Union and the UK have launched an antitrust probe into Facebook’s use of advertising data in its classified ads business. The investigation comes as regulator peer i

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Facebook launches Transparency Center, reveals data on piracy and hate content

Facebook launches Transparency Center, reveals data on piracy and hate content

By Anna Domanska - May 24, 2021

Facebook has launched a new Transparency Center, which along with its biannual report on government data requests, will also provide updates on the company’s policies and how

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Facebook’s Clubhouse clone to launch in summer

Facebook’s Clubhouse clone to launch in summer

By Anna Domanska - Apr 20, 2021

Facebook Inc. on Monday announced it will launch several audio-centric products that can help it compete against Clubhouse, an audio-only chatting app that exploded in popularity d

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500 million Facebook Users' data leaked online

500 million Facebook Users' data leaked online

By Anna Domanska - Apr 05, 2021

If you do not have a digital presence, you are an invisible entity in the internet world. But a digital identity is always fraught with the threat of identity theft. The latest suc

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Facebook unfriends Australia over news media bargaining code

Facebook unfriends Australia over news media bargaining code

By Anna Domanska - Feb 18, 2021

In the early hours of Thursday morning, Facebook pulled the big guns out on Australia in response to the continent’s proposed new Media Bargaining Law. The U.S. giant blocked all

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‘World first’: Google threatens to disable search in Australia over proposed new law

‘World first’: Google threatens to disable search in Australia over proposed new law

By Anna Domanska - Jan 22, 2021

Google has been at odds with the Australian Government since the latter proposed the ‘world first’ law to make tech companies pay publishers for the right to use their content.

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Facebook’s Advertising Integrity Chief Rob Leathern Quits Company

Facebook’s Advertising Integrity Chief Rob Leathern Quits Company

By Christy Gren - Jan 04, 2021

Facebook’s ad integrity chief leaves the company to pursue consumer privacy beyond ads and social media.

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