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#MeToo Movement Turns to Ethereum to Evade Censorship
Inspired by the #metoo movement, students in China are coding messages into the ethereum blockchain to escape Chinese internet censorship.
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Don't Use a Blockchain Unless You Really Need One
Blockchains are inefficient, and worth the cost only when censorship-resistance is required. For money, it clearly is; for identity, it just might be.
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Is Bitcoin For the Masses or Against the State?
CoinDesk contributor Bailey Reutzel argues the communication breakdown in bitcoin reveals the project is no longer making good on its original ideals.
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Trend Micro Report Finds Criminals Unlikely to Abuse Namecoin
A namecoin botnet throws up questions about privacy and censorship in alternative domains.
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Could Eroding Net Neutrality Hurt Bitcoin?
If the FCC lets ISPs control which traffic travels most efficiently over the Internet, could bitcoin be in danger?
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China May Be Disrupting Access to Major Bitcoin Websites
The Chinese government may be moving to suppress bitcoin adoption by limiting access to popular industry websites, reports say.
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Electronic Frontier Foundation accepts bitcoins ... again
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) -- an organization focused on global digital rights -- is now accepting donations in bitcoins again.
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