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Tesla is shifting sales worldwide to online only.

You can now buy a Tesla in North America via your phone in about 1 minute, and that capability will soon be extended worldwide.

Commission Magazine launches issue 1

Five easy ways to gain exposure for your business or brand

Ethereum Upgrades as Hard Forks Activate on Blockchain

Is Your Business Ready for Blockchain?

Surprise, surprise, yet another cryptocurrency creator collared, hit with $6 million fraud rap

Cars.com Inc. (CARS) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

Cars.com's (CARS) CEO Alex Vetter on Q4 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

YouTube to Block Comments on Most Videos Showing Minors

YouTube said Thursday it will disable user comments on a broad array of videos featuring children to thwart "predatory behavior" after revelations about a glitch exploited for sharing of child pornography. The Google-owned video sharing service announced further steps to crack down on inappropriate comments a week after an investigation showing how comments and connections on child porn were being displayed alongside innocuous videos. "We recognize that comments are a core part of the YouTube experience and how you connect with and grow your audience," YouTube said in a posted message to creators. "At the same time, the important steps we're sharing today are critical for keeping young people safe." YouTube said that during the past week it has suspended comments on tens of millions of videos to prevent users from exploiting of the software glitch for nefarious purposes. "These efforts are focused on videos featuring young minors and we…

Oracle: On The World's Data Lake, A Blockchain Swan

Why Visa and PayPal Need to 'Fully Embrace' Cryptocurrency

Security Innovation Unveils New Blockchain CTF and Hacking Competition

Thai Lawmakers Approve Controversial Cybersecurity Act

Thailand's legislature has passed a cybersecurity bill that would allow authorities access to people's personal information without a court order. The Cybersecurity Act addresses computer hacking crimes, but activists fear it will allow the government sweeping access to people's personal information. The National Legislative Assembly, which passed the bill in its final reading Thursday by a vote of 133-0, was appointed by the junta that came to power after a 2014 coup. It becomes law when published in the Royal Gazette. The cybersecurity bill allows state officials to seize, search, infiltrate, and make copies of computers, computer systems and information in computers without a court warrant if an appointed committee sees it as a high-level security threat, and relevant courts can later be informed of such actions.

Thai Lawmakers Approve Controversial Cybersecurity Act

Thailand's legislature has passed a cybersecurity bill that would allow authorities access to people's personal information without a court order. The Cybersecurity Act addresses computer hacking crimes, but activists fear it will allow the government sweeping access to people's personal information. The National Legislative Assembly, which passed the bill in its final reading Thursday by a vote of 133-0, was appointed by the junta that came to power after a 2014 coup. It becomes law when published in the Royal Gazette. The cybersecurity bill allows state officials to seize, search, infiltrate, and make copies of computers, computer systems and information in computers without a court warrant if an appointed committee sees it as a high-level security threat, and relevant courts can later be informed of such actions.

3 Benefits of Launching a Podcast for Your Business

Want To Glimpse The Future Of Work? These Entrepreneurs Are Living It

How will digital marketing change in 2019?

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10 predictions for the growth of blockchain in healthcare

Global Demand for Blockchain Engineers Up 517 Percent in a Year, Says Hired

PwC and ICAS issue chartered accountants with digital certificates on blockchain

Demand for blockchain engineers is 'through the roof'

China Rates TRON as the 2nd-Best Cryptocurrency: What's Behind the Optimism?

Morgan Creek Joins $65 Million Series B for Blockchain Home Equity Loan Firm

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, to Offer Blockchain Courses for Professionals

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New York-Based Entrepreneur Charged With Fraudulent Cryptocurrency Scheme

Cryptocurrency is Heating Up, Literally: Offsetting Building Heat Needs with Cryptomining

2019 Performance Marketing Awards Shortlist Announced

How To Market Online Without Relying On Google AdWords

Le Tote expands its blogger affiliate network

TikTok Fined in US for Illegally Gathering Children's Data 

The fast-growing, Chinese-owned video sharing network TikTok agreed to pay a $5.7 million fine to U.S. authorities to settle charges that it illegally collected personal information from children, officials said Wednesday.    The Federal Trade Commission said the penalty for the social network, which had been known as Musical.ly, was the largest ever in a children's privacy investigation.    The social network, which has been surging in popularity with young smartphone users and taking over from rivals like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, failed to obtain parental consent from its underage users as required by the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, FTC officials said.    The operators of TikTok "knew many children were using the app, but they still failed to seek parental consent before collecting names, email addresses, and other personal information from users under the age of 13," said FTC Chairman Joe Simons.   No tolerance for lawbreakers   &q…

Meet Elon Tusk: Tesla Chief Changes Twitter Display Name

Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk changed his Twitter display name to “Elon Tusk” in another late-night flurry of tweets on Wednesday, which also promised news from his electric carmaker Tesla Inc later this week. In a series of tweets to his 25 million followers following charges from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this week, Musk accused the regulator of failing to read Tesla’s annual reports and said its oversight was “broken”. On Wednesday, he changed his display name and added an elephant tag. Social media platforms have featured a number of memes involving wordplay around Musk’s name this week. He also promised Tesla would have “news” at 2 p.m. California time on Thursday. The company, deep in debt as it ramps up production of its popular Model 3 sedan, is due to repay a $920 million convertible bond a day later. Musk had promised last year to have his public statements vetted by the company’s board, as part of a settlement with the SEC that hea…

Meet Elon Tusk: Tesla Chief Changes Twitter Display Name

Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk changed his Twitter display name to “Elon Tusk” in another late-night flurry of tweets on Wednesday, which also promised news from his electric carmaker Tesla Inc later this week. In a series of tweets to his 25 million followers following charges from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this week, Musk accused the regulator of failing to read Tesla’s annual reports and said its oversight was “broken”. On Wednesday, he changed his display name and added an elephant tag. Social media platforms have featured a number of memes involving wordplay around Musk’s name this week. He also promised Tesla would have “news” at 2 p.m. California time on Thursday. The company, deep in debt as it ramps up production of its popular Model 3 sedan, is due to repay a $920 million convertible bond a day later. Musk had promised last year to have his public statements vetted by the company’s board, as part of a settlement with the SEC that hea…

Meet Elon Tusk: Tesla Chief Changes Twitter Display Name

Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk changed his Twitter display name to “Elon Tusk” in another late-night flurry of tweets on Wednesday, which also promised news from his electric carmaker Tesla Inc later this week. In a series of tweets to his 25 million followers following charges from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this week, Musk accused the regulator of failing to read Tesla’s annual reports and said its oversight was “broken”. On Wednesday, he changed his display name and added an elephant tag. Social media platforms have featured a number of memes involving wordplay around Musk’s name this week. He also promised Tesla would have “news” at 2 p.m. California time on Thursday. The company, deep in debt as it ramps up production of its popular Model 3 sedan, is due to repay a $920 million convertible bond a day later. Musk had promised last year to have his public statements vetted by the company’s board, as part of a settlement with the SEC that hea…

Dining Out? This App Will Help You Find a Quiet Restaurant

When it comes to dining out, the noisiness of a restaurant can ruin an otherwise good meal. But a crowdsourcing app is helping diners choose where to eat based on noise levels. Tina Trinh reports.

Dining Out? This App Will Help You Find a Quiet Restaurant

When it comes to dining out, the noisiness of a restaurant can ruin an otherwise good meal. But a crowdsourcing app is helping diners choose where to eat based on noise levels. Tina Trinh reports.

Dining Out? This App Will Help You Find a Quiet Restaurant

When it comes to dining out, the noisiness of a restaurant can ruin an otherwise good meal. But a crowdsourcing app is helping diners choose where to eat based on noise levels. Tina Trinh reports.

Eco Farms names Emily M. Noble marketing manager and sales associate

BLOK Technologies Enters into Letter of Intent to Acquire Sierra Blockchain, Inc.

Half of C-level execs say blockchain will change how their tech firms do business

Former Hacking Team Members Are Now Spying on the Blockchain for Coinbase

Mobile World Congress Overshadowed by Huawei 5G Spying Standoff

Robots, cars, drones and virtual-reality gaming sets connected by cutting-edge 5G networks are among the thousands of futuristic gadgets on display at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. While there is much excitement over how 5G will transform our everyday lives, the conference is overshadowed by the standoff between the United States and Beijing over the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, which the U.S. says could be used by the Chinese government for espionage. Some U.S. cities and parts of Asia are already operating 5G mobile networks. They offer speeds of over a gigabyte per second and low latency — in other words, practically instant connections with no delay. Experts say that opens up whole new fields of connectivity, from new generations of virtual reality gaming and communication, to remote robotic surgery. The technology promises to transform not only the mobile phone in your pocket — but also the world around us, says Paul Triolo of the Eurasia Grou…

Jamie Dimon Teases Future Grocery Shopping Runs with JPMorgan's Cryptocurrency

Blockchain's Biggest Opportunities Aren't in Bitcoin

China-US Huawei 5G Standoff Overshadows Mobile Tech Summit in Spain

5G-connected robots, cars, drones and virtual-reality gaming sets are among the thousands of futuristic gadgets on display at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. While there is much excitement over how 5G networks will transform our everyday lives, the conference is overshadowed by the standoff between the United States and Beijing over the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei – which the U.S. says could be used by the Chinese government for espionage. Henry Ridgwell has more.

Digital Operator Turkcell Introduces Blockchain-applied ID Management Solution

China-US Huawei 5G Standoff Overshadows Mobile Tech Summit in Spain

5G-connected robots, cars, drones and virtual-reality gaming sets are among the thousands of futuristic gadgets on display at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. While there is much excitement over how 5G networks will transform our everyday lives, the conference is overshadowed by the standoff between the United States and Beijing over the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei – which the U.S. says could be used by the Chinese government for espionage. Henry Ridgwell has more.

Samsung Teases Early Blockchain Partners For Galaxy S10 Phone

$66 Million Building to Be Tokenized on Ethereum Blockchain in Record Deal

The HTC Exodus 1 is getting more blockchain-powered features

Look But Don't Touch as Smartphone's Flexible Future Unfolds

Flexible and folding formats framed the future of smartphones this week as manufacturers focused on new forms in an effort to jolt the market out of uniformity and re-invigorate sales. But anyone hoping to tap or swipe Huawei's Mate X, a smartphone that wraps the screen around the front and back, was soon disappointed at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress. Initial cheers were quickly followed by gasps when the Chinese firm revealed its eye-watering 2,299 euros ($2,600) price tag, although that includes a 5G connection. This is even more than Samsung's Galaxy Fold, which was unveiled last week and will be priced from $1,980 when it goes on sale in some markets in April. It was on display in Barcelona in a glass case like a museum artefact. While the hands-off stance indicates neither firm has a consumer-ready device, 2019 would be remembered as the year of the foldable Ben Wood, chief of research at CCS Insight, said, adding that the new format was still in its infan…

Look But Don't Touch as Smartphone's Flexible Future Unfolds

Flexible and folding formats framed the future of smartphones this week as manufacturers focused on new forms in an effort to jolt the market out of uniformity and re-invigorate sales. But anyone hoping to tap or swipe Huawei's Mate X, a smartphone that wraps the screen around the front and back, was soon disappointed at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress. Initial cheers were quickly followed by gasps when the Chinese firm revealed its eye-watering 2,299 euros ($2,600) price tag, although that includes a 5G connection. This is even more than Samsung's Galaxy Fold, which was unveiled last week and will be priced from $1,980 when it goes on sale in some markets in April. It was on display in Barcelona in a glass case like a museum artefact. While the hands-off stance indicates neither firm has a consumer-ready device, 2019 would be remembered as the year of the foldable Ben Wood, chief of research at CCS Insight, said, adding that the new format was still in its infan…

UpstartDNA's Anthony Wu: Affiliate marketing is 'a growing industry' in Asia

Ripple's XRP spikes after Coinbase says it'll add the cryptocurrency

Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology

XRP is the latest cryptocurrency to hit Coinbase Pro

2 More Rules For Success For Blockchain Music Entrepreneurs

Mercedes-Benz Goes Full Throttle With Blockchain Adoption

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Chinese internet users turn to the blockchain to fight against government censorship

Why Ditching the 'Default' is a Great Opportunity for Affiliate Marketing

Fintech Pitchfest Highlights Detroit's Blockchain & Crypto Activity

Bahrain's Central Bank Issues New Cryptocurrency Regulation

MyMusicTokens keeps tabs on blockchain-music startups

Kyocera uses blockchain to test virtural power plant based on solar and storage

Moonday Mornings: The institutions are coming for your blockchain

Mercedes-Benz Cars develops Blockchain-prototype for sustainable supply chains for the first time

FLYdocs, Willis Lease Developing Independent Blockchain Solution

Australian Financial Regulator Trials Blockchain to Automate Funds Transfer Instructions

French President Calls on Europe to Use Blockchain to Innovate the Agriculture Industry

A $25 million blockchain funding project announced by Recruit Holdings

IOST nears launch of its mainnet blockchain platform

The blockchain revolution in capital-raising is not quite there yet

Austrac trialling blockchain to automate funds transfer instructions

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Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies push cryptocurrency trading volumes to a record high

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Your Flight’s Seat-Back Screen May Be Watching You

Now there is one more place where cameras could be watching you — from 30,000 feet. Newer seat-back entertainment systems on some airplanes operated by American Airlines and Singapore Airlines have cameras, and it's likely they are also on planes used by other carriers. American and Singapore both said Friday that they have never activated the cameras and have no plans to use them. However, companies that make the entertainment systems are installing cameras to offer future options such as seat-to-seat video conferencing, according to an American Airlines spokesman. A passenger on a Singapore flight posted a photo of the seat-back display last week, and the tweet was shared several hundred times and drew media notice. Buzzfeed first reported that the cameras are also on some American planes. Cameras standard features The airlines stressed that they didn't add the cameras — manufacturers embedded them in the entertainment systems. American's systems are made by …

Your Flight’s Seat-Back Screen May Be Watching You

Now there is one more place where cameras could be watching you — from 30,000 feet. Newer seat-back entertainment systems on some airplanes operated by American Airlines and Singapore Airlines have cameras, and it's likely they are also on planes used by other carriers. American and Singapore both said Friday that they have never activated the cameras and have no plans to use them. However, companies that make the entertainment systems are installing cameras to offer future options such as seat-to-seat video conferencing, according to an American Airlines spokesman. A passenger on a Singapore flight posted a photo of the seat-back display last week, and the tweet was shared several hundred times and drew media notice. Buzzfeed first reported that the cameras are also on some American planes. Cameras standard features The airlines stressed that they didn't add the cameras — manufacturers embedded them in the entertainment systems. American's systems are made by …

CasperLabs Is Building a PoS Blockchain With Help from Ethereum's Vlad Zamfir

QuadrigaCX case: Canada's big banks wary of cryptocurrency asset

Top NEO dAPP Migrates to EOS.”The NEO Blockchain Sucks,” Says Its CEO

NY Governor Orders Probe Into Facebook Data Access From iOS Apps