Of interest (perhaps): The QUIC UDP transport protocol.
They will just pull out of the EU or only provide a safe subset of videos, censoring the rest. Who loses out? Everyone.
It is just another dumb law from the EU. Dwelling within the UK, I hope post brexit they reject this nonsense here.
I am certain there must be intense lobbying by powerful interests at play. This, along with the EU ruling about taking broadband subscribers to court if their line has been used to copy copyright material, both stink. They are feeding corporate greed at the expense of individual censorship and the right to be innocent until proven guilty.
It is high time that full, anonymous decentralisation of data put the power back in the hands of the individuals. The EU has proven incapable of doing this; quite the reverse in many cases.
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“The advantage is clear.”
Roger Ver is clearly a greedy shill, perhaps even a traitor. Craig, on the other hand, is a professional conman. The SV fork plays into the hands of central bankers. The coincidence of Lagarde’s comments after so long being a nocoiner with the day before the BCH fork/update is qurious.
“I believe we should consider the possibility to issue digital currency,” Lagarde said. “There may be a role for the state to supply money to the digital economy.”
“The advantage is clear,” she told the audience. “Your payment would be immediate, safe, cheap, and potentially semi-anonymous… And central banks would retain a sure footing in payments.”
This is what the war is all about, folks.
A good write-up why Rust is deemed more secure:
We identified more than 20 ISPs around the world that shape traffic to lower speeds based on the application being used.
Is the SAFENet transport design leaving the door open to dropping in Pluggable Transport libs at a later stage? Beneficial SAFENet can stay ahead of these kind of ISP shenanigans…
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs). These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations. Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.
People ask me why I don’t use Facebook…
@wes That link threw me back to their main page. Maybe this link might be better