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Online Filters Block 20% of Popular Sites
About 20% of the most popular websites on the Internet are being blocked by the porn filters employed on local broadband and mobile networks. For example, it was noticed that a Porsche car dealership, a couple of feminist websites, a blog on the Syrian War and a political website suffered from the filters recently installed in the United Kingdom.
California Started Accepting Bitcoin
A Californian law has finally removed a ban on using currencies other than the USD. The new legislation of the state will encourage the growing use of alternative payment currencies, including Bitcoin.

The state Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new law, which is expected to boost confidence around the most popular cryptocurrency, while regulators all over the world examine how to address it.
Silk Road’s Legacy Bitcoin Sold
Around 30,000 Bitcoins seized from the now defunct black market were auctioned this week by the US Marshals Service. They have revealed that there were 45 registered bidders, each of whom put down a deposit of $200,000. 63 bids were received during the blind auction. As a result, no winning bidder has come forward, and the US Marshals Service never released any details about who won or about the price they paid for 30,000 Bitcoins.
50% of UK Children Think Content Should Be Free
Almost half of children and teenagers in the United Kingdom think that people should be allowed to download content for free. The survey involved 614 children, aged 8-15, asking about their attitudes to online media and digital consumption. The results revealed that almost half of them agree that people should be able to download or access any content for free.
US Supreme Court Prohibited Unwarranted Cellphone Search
The US Supreme Court has recently delivered a landmark endorsement of electronic privacy, claiming that police have to obtain a warrant if they want to search the contents of cellphones seized from people they have arrested.
Amazon Will Deliver to Pick-up Lockers in UK Underground Car Parks
The online retailer has confirmed plans to try online shopping pick-up lockers in the underground car parks in June. It seems that Amazon decided to join a string of rivals who already use the tube network.

According to the proposals, the pick-up lockers will be located in the car parks at London’s Finchley Central and Newbury Park. This will be another addition to around 300 locations around the United Kingdom where Amazon offers the service.
Google Started Removing “Right to Be Forgotten” Results
The search giant admitted to have thousands of requests from individuals, but refused to reveal how many search histories or web pages have been tweaked. The company has started to remove search links to content in the European Union under the “right to be forgotten” ruling. The latest court decision obliges Google not to point to links containing “outdated or irrelevant” information about people.
UK Authorities Breach Law by Demanding Data Retention

The UK government is now accused of breaking the law, because it keeps demanding that telecoms and ISPs retain records of phone calls, texts and broadband usage, though the Europe’s highest court said that this breaches the fundamental right to privacy. Now the British government could face a high court challenge and be demanded to strike down the law, which was enacted 5 years ago by the previous Labour administration.
China May Outsource to America

Do you think that things are cheaper in the third world? The Chinese don’t. Not anymore.

The local governments of the United States are trying to attract the Chinese companies to their states in the hope they will set up shop. According to the recent Yahoo news, the free market failed to provide states like Alabama with jobs, and in result the region suffered from a high unemployment rate. The problem was solved after the state began looking for investors from the Communist Henan Province in China.
EU Watchdog Investigates Tech Giants over SIM Cards

Watchdogs of the European Union focus their attention at such industry giants as Philips, Samsung and Infineon, accusing them of fixing prices on chips used in mobile SIM cards. The companies were subjected to dawn raids more than five years ago, and the EU charged them back in 2013 with participating in a cartel.


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