Beijing is cracking down on Bitcoin by ordering a stop to trading as well as notifying cryptocurrency exchange users of the shut down. No new registrations will be allowed according to government notice, and platforms are required to report to the government as to how they will enable users to make risk-free withdrawals.
Wisconsin state legislators approved a $3 billion tax incentive package for Foxconn's plans for a factory in the state. It would employ at least 3000 people.
Equifax’s Chief Security Officer Susan Mauldin and Chiefe Information Officer David Webb have officially retired from their positions.
Also, Chrome will kill autoplay audio in the future, GAB is “declaring ware on Google”, Lyft is near a $1 billion investment by Google, and South Park sets off everyone’s Amazon Echo and Google Home devices.
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- Beijing cryptocurrency exchanges told to announce trading halt: source
- Wisconsin state legislature signs off on $3 billion Foxconn incentive package
- Equifax security and information executives are stepping down
- Chrome will no longer autoplay content with sound in January 2018
- Chrome Will Soon Block Autoplay Videos With Sound—Here's Why You Should Be Worried
- Gab is suing Google for allegedly violating antitrust laws
- War on Google?
- Google in talks to invest in Lyft
- Google Has Spent Over $1.1 Billion on Self-Driving Tech
- “Futurama Worlds of Tomorrow Radiorama”
- South Park trolled Amazon Echo owners in the best way possible