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IRS Violated 'Taxpayer Bill of Rights' With 2019 Crypto Letters: Watchdog (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Cryptocurrencies are mixed as Bitfinex destroys 500 million USDT, more than half of its treasury supply

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https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-exchange-bitfinex-denies-allegedly-fake-tether-volumes-listed-on-coinmarketcap https://cointelegraph.com/news/taiwan-will-issue-draft-ico-rules-by-june-2019-regulator-says https://cointelegraph.com/news/tether-redeems-and-burns-more-than-half-of-usdt-in-circulation https://tether.to/upcoming-usdt-redemption-october-24th-2018/ https://www.coindesk.com/tether-just-burned-500-million-usdt-stablecoin-tokens/ https://www.ccn.com/newsflash-tether-destroys-500-million-usdt/ https://cointelegraph.com/news/binances-first-crypto-fiat-exchange-in-uganda-goes-live https://cointelegraph.com/news/nasdaq-wins-blockchain-patent-for-smart-contract-based-information-release-system https://www.coindesk.com/nasdaq-wins-patent-for-blockchain-based-wire-service-concept/ https://cointelegraph.com/news/uk-blockchain-startup-to-enter-eu-settlement-system-after-french-regulators-approval https://cointelegraph.com/news/south-korean-financial-regulator-says-crypto-funds-violate-capital-markets-act https://www.coindesk.com/south-koreas-financial-watchdog-warns-investors-over-crypto-funds/
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10 things in tech you need to know today

  1. Europe's strict new privacy law went into effect on Thursday, and privacy activist Max Schrems immediately filed lawsuits against Facebook and Google for contravening the new rules. Schrems said their take-it-or-leave it approach to consent was "totally against the law."
  2. Big tech lobbying groups are trying to defang Europe's next upcoming privacy legislation, the ePrivacy law, claiming it will stifle innovation. ePrivacy will mean online services will have to ask people's permission before placing tracking codes on their devices, or collecting data about their communications.
  3. The US federal watchdog is investigating Intel over claims it laid off employees in 2016 based on their age. Intel made a series of cuts that resulted in around 10,000 employees losing their jobs.
  4. Spotify is to reinstate controversial musician XXXTentacian to its playlists, after removing him for violating its hate policy. The new policy provoked major industry backlash, and Spotify is u-turning despite XXXTentacian being charged with battering a pregnant woman.
  5. Instagram tracks exactly how users scroll and tap inside its app. The company said in its privacy policy that monitoring the way humans behave inside its app allows it to combat bot accounts.
  6. Uber's exit from Southeast Asia has infuriated regulators, who feel the company created an illegal monopoly by selling to its biggest local rival, Grab. Some regulators said Uber had reneged on a deal to inform them about any possible sale, something Uber has denied.
  7. Cryptocurrency trading platform Taylor has lost around $1.5 million in Ethereum after an external hack. The company, which recently completed an ICO, said the attacker "got access to our devices."
  8. Apple might be switching all its new iPhones for 2018 to OLED technology, the bright screen used for the iPhone X. One Apple LCD supplier, Japan Display, fell on the rumour.
  9. Bitcoin miners are taking advantage of central Washington's super-cheap electricity prices, leaving public utilities providers asking whether they can keep up. Utilities are built to cope with slow, rising demand, whereas bitcoin mining is characterised by spikes and volatality.
  10. Amazon's Alexa tracking people's private conversations and sending them to random friends might not be much to worry about, according to one analysis. Security expert Daniel Miessler pointed out that it was Amazon's equivalent of a butt dial.
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World News

Doctors in Italy reacted with outrage Monday after the country’s new populist government approved its first piece of anti-vax legislation
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Saudi Arabia crucified a man in Mecca while aggressively calling out Canada over human rights
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Russia is quietly seizing territory in Georgia as it warns of a ‘horrible conflict’ if the Eurasian country joins NATO
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All news, US and international.

Papa John's sales drop amid founder controversy
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The DDoS attacks reported by the FCC last year didn't actually happen.
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EU may force iPhone to switch from Lightning to USB
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Science

New research shows that humans "see" the actions of others not quite as they really are, but slightly distorted by their expectations. The study could explain why people get others' actions so wrong and see ambiguous behaviour as meaningful
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New research suggests heat flow in the northern Pacific Ocean is having a greater impact on climate change in the Arctic than expected. It is warming at accelerated rates and losing ice at a faster clip than predicted by models.
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The cannabidol non-psychoactive compound found in marijuana drugs may have positive effects for children with severe epilepsy where other medications for the major neurological disorder are not effective, according to the latest Australian research.
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Technology

Alex Jones Is Shirtlessly Screaming Into the Void on Popular Social Network Google+
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Twitter will not ban InfoWars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. The company's CEO says Alex Jones hasn't violated its rules, despite other tech giants dropping him.
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The FCC misled Congress on net neutrality comment issues, says agency watchdog
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Sadly, this is not the Onion.

Man grieved at wrong grave for 30 years due to misplaced headstone
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So long, "movies": The cool new thing to do when you're high is picking up garbage
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Green co-leader Marama Davidson says New Zealand must reclaim the 'C-word'
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Ask Reddit...

What are some of the most interesting 24/7 live-streaming webcams to watch from around the world?
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What movie has a plot hole that cant be ignored?
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What is the biggest myth people need to stop believing?
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Sysadmin

oncall but come on
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Ransom after visiting porn site
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Yet more vulnerabilities in Intel Management Engine Firmwares
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Microsoft SQL Server

General Database Advice Please!
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Memory impact of archive database
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SQL 2012 -> 2017. Co-existence? Migration? (AO)
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PowerShell

Learn about PowerShell scheduled jobs and how to create them
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TIL you can launch powershell from explorer
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Looking For Some Help With My First Script
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Functional 3D Printing

Solution for a lost motorcycle key
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Daughter asked me to 3D Print her a tooth so she can trick the tooth fairy in to giving her Bitcoin.
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My shower head clip broke, so I copied the dimensions and printed a new one.
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Data Is Beautiful

The decline of fertility rates - as we get richer. Animated 1960-2016 [OC]
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US towns with animals in their names, compared to the current range of that animal [OC]
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Rappers, sorted by the size of their vocabulary
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Today I Learned (TIL)

TIL that the writer of the hymn "Amazing Grace" had an incredibly filthy mouth. During his time as a sailor he was: "admonished several times for not only using the worst words the captain had ever heard, but creating new ones to exceed the limits of verbal debauchery"
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TIL that a study has shown that Male Robins Make the Best Bird Husbands as they possess the capability to guess what their wives want to eat, whether or not they saw what the females ate last, they can still get exactly what their partner wished for. They are also Monogamous.
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TIL that in 2003, a 17-year-old transplant patient died after receiving organs with the wrong blood type. The error occurred because everyone assumed that someone else checked the blood type.
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So many books, so little time

The perils of being a librarian in the Victorian era were bad enough to necessitate “a seaside rest home for those who had broken down in library service.”
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Literature of Indigenous People: August 2018
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I am actually a little surprised at how bad Atlas Shrugged is
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OldSchoolCool: History's cool kids, looking fantastic

Christopher Reeve presenting Robin Williams with a People's Choice Award (1979)
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Amy Adams (1992)
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Me standing outside Aleppo Citadel, Syria, 1993
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aviation

Sea-Plane take off
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10 minute work doodles
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A-10s lined up to go home from Germany (2013)
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Reddit Pics

My grandad a couple weeks ago on his 95th birthday. He said, "At least now I can stop worrying about dying young."
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How to collect trash from sewer
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In 1982, a little boy was hit in the head with a screaming foul ball, and rather than wait many minutes for EMTS to arrive, Jim Rice scooped him up and brought him to the dugout where he got immediate medical attention and was quickly hospitalized. He is credited with saving the boy's life.
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.gifs - funny, animated gifs for your viewing pleasure

Sheep get themselves into the most interesting predicaments
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Trainer suggested a squirt bottle to keep him off the table.
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First dive ever
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A subreddit for cute and cuddly pictures

If the snoot fits...
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My Dog and my Lego representation of her.
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Trainer suggested a squirt bottle to keep him off the table.
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