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I guess bullying random people wasn’t such a great call:

Especially if we consider who has bigger influence:


Usually the last roll of the dice for a desperate person/group. And he lost, it was a pathetic attempt anyhow with two bit lawyers who needed to proof read their letter too.

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Absolutely. I wasn’t sure it wasn’t just some kid trolling around. Until I saw the fallout. (CZ casually promised to cover for Peter McCormack’s legal fees on Twitter by the way. Wright may be rich but I doubt he has comparable resources.)

It’s so ironic though. The real Satoshi could just claim being Satoshi by sending a single transaction. We know the public key and if somebody gives a valid signature it’s pretty much case closed.

So, why bother with the theater, the arguing, the legal threats? The only reason for not providing such a simple evidence is that he’s unable to. How can an obvious fraud like him be accepted by a sizable community is beyond me…



:smiley: crypto-proof only

Today this very corrupt Supreme Courte of InJustice in Brazil is closing accounts of people, magazine (anyone) who speak the truth about them, or send forward TRUE information about their fraudulent schemes of the past DECADES! Safenetwork we need you! My twitter account was suspended!


I did expect Safenetwork will be Part of porn industry, but after this ban, Porn industry itself just from UK, will be enough to make SafeNetwork popular and bring mass adoption.


I wonder if it is a coincidence you also have to be 18 to be able to vote in the UK.

Don’t know. Only idiots could create such law, it is hard to find any reasoning in brain activity of such people.

I’m sure a lot of brain activity goes into trying to get votes. See this episode of Yes Ministor for example.

Actually, I have seen all episodes. It is one of the best sitcoms ever:)

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We want the UK to be the safest place in the world to be online, and these new laws will help us achieve this.

I wonder how this is happening:


But only 16 to get married, at least in Scotland :thinking: weird eh :smiley:


Stop thinking like a good, law-abiding citizen. Whatever you know about technology, forget it. If you want to stay safe online, you need to start thinking like a hacker. And hackers are more paranoid about digital technology than anyone else in the world.



Talking of Hackathons…




Here an overview why that porn ban might not be such a good idea:


Yea, I thought it is clear to everyone that this law is pure idiocy not because of teenagers but because of adults. Adults will have to give their personal data to random porn sites, often scammers. I don’t trust any crypto exchange enough to send them personal ID, I can’t imagine who would be so stupid and send their CC or passport to sone porn site, lol. This law is denying porn for adults at first place. I am surprised that people did not throw those politicians out of windows already.