The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has started accepting donations in the form of Bitcoins again after over two years of hiatus stating that the legal uncertainty, which was hovering over the digital currency, has all but disappeared.
According to fresh reports from the Financial Times, YouTube could be launching its paid subscription service as early as this week.
E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) League has admitted to embedding Bitcoin mining code inside league’s client software.
April 30 marks the 20th anniversary of the World Wide Web as a free software offering given to the world by CERN and to mark this occasion the organization has restored the first web URL.
As targeted adverts are getting intelligent by the day with advertising companies pushing all the boundaries of online behavior and activity tracking, online privacy seems to be taking the last seat rather than the back seat. This is exactly what a start-up is looking to alter by stopping third-parties from tracking users on the web.
Anonymous knocked the doors of Indiegogo in a bid to raise some crowd-sourced dough to expand its news coverage by establishing a dedicated site instead of tweets and tumblor blog posts and has managed to raise 27 time as much money as initially targeted.