The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has reportedly agreed to end its latest probe into Facebook‘s privacy problems with a $5 billion payout. According to The Wall Street Journal, the 3-2, party-line vote by FTC commissioners was carried by the Republican majority and will be moved to the Justice Department’s civil division to be … [Read More...] about Facebook reportedly gets a $5 billion slap on the wrist from the FTC
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Healthcare and Blockchain, Putting the Square Peg in the Round Hole,
This week, Healthcare and Blockchain, Putting the Square Peg in the Round Hole with-
Amy Berliner Founder/CEO Aegis Biotech
Spencer Lievens Chief Development Operations Officer at Duality Blockchain Solutions
Amir Abrams Chief Technology Officer at Duality Blockchain SolutionEvery Wednesday - 2:00pm EST / 11:00 PST
What’s Holding Blockchain Technology Back from Mass Adoption?
The head of Facebook’s blockchain subsidiary Calibra David Marcus has released his prepared testimony before Congress for tomorrow and Wednesday, explaining that the Libra Association will be regulated by the Swiss government because that’s where it’s headquartered. Meanwhile, he says the Libra Association and Facebook’s … [Read More...] about Facebooks testimony to Congress: Libra will be regulated by Swiss
The techlash is well underway. Blame Facebook! Blame Google! Blame Amazon! (Apple and Microsoft still seem relatively immune, for now.) And, I mean, there’s a lot of objectively blameworthy behavior there, especially in that first case. But I find myself wondering: why does the ire go beyond that, into irrational territory? What is it about … [Read More...] about Dont blame flawed Silicon Valley for the rot of Wall Street and Washington
Over the past two days, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell has told members of both chambers of Congress that he has “many serious concerns” about Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency. Those include issues related to privacy and money laundering, as well as the platform’s potential to destabilize monetary policy around the … [Read More...] about President Trump Is the Latest Critic of Facebook’s Libra
Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week’s noteworthy startups and venture capital news. Before I jump into today’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last week, I noted the big uptick in VC spending in 2019. Before that, I struggled to understand WeWork’s growth trajectory. … [Read More...] about Startups Weekly: Zoom, Superhuman and small reactions to big scandals
Facebook provided TechCrunch with new information on how its cryptocurrency will stay legal amidst allegations from President Trump that Libra could facilitate “unlawful behavior.” Facebook and Libra Association executives tell me they expect Libra will incur sales tax and capital gains taxes. They confirmed that Facebook is also in … [Read More...] about Facebook answers how Libra taxes & anti-fraud will work