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If you have Bitcoin, Congress thinks you're in a 'criminal conspiracy'
Co-chair of the House blockchain caucus said that Congress is increasingly thinking crypto users are in a 'criminal conspiracy'.
US government says it must have power to reverse Bitcoin transactions
Co-chair of the House blockchain caucus said that the US government needs the power to reverse crypto transactions for regulation.
Most Americans think alien life exists and this report is the proof
Most people in the United States believe that intelligent alien life is out there somewhere, and the latest report is the proof.
Brand new UFO footage shot from US Navy ship will be released soon
A UFO investigation is being conducted by a network that has said it will be releasing a new UFO video shot from a US Navy ship.
Here's what to know about UFO 'proof' ahead of US intelligence report
The Senate is expecting a report on UFOs delivered by US intelligence agencies by June 25, and here's what you need to know.
US intelligence report confirms recent UFO sightings aren't aliens
A new report has revealed that the coming UFO disclosure from the US intelligence agencies won't be revealing alien existence.
US spy chief will soon confirm if UFO sightings are an actual threat
The United States Director of National Intelligence is required to turn in a paper to Congress on unidentified flying objects.
SEC and Congress make major moves to add regulation to cryptocurrency
The Securities and Exchange Commission has said that it looks forward to cooperating with Congress on regulating cryptocurrencies.
18-year-old built this app that exposes politicians who are sellouts
A 18-year-old entrepreneur has created an app that allows users to see exactly who is funding all our members of Congress.
Trump formally withdraws United States from World Health Organization
President Trump has announced that his administration is formally withdrawing the US from the WHO.
People are able to claim $10,200 in unemployment benefits, here's how
If you haven't collected the unemployment benefits of $600 a week you can do it retroactively.
Two members of Congress have just tested positive for coronavirus
Congress members Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart and Rep. Ben McAdams the first two tested positive with coronavirus COVID-19.
8chan should be back next week, Q should return at the same time
8chan will be back very soon, after Jim Watkins testifies to Congress.
New email privacy bill actually sailed unanimously through Congress
The Email Privacy Act was just passed in the US House of Representatives unanimously and requires a warrant for old emails.
Congress is finally investigating SS7 mobile network security flaw
An aging cellular protocol, SS7 has been found to be terribly insecure by a group of security researchers which has prompted a congressional inquest.
Congress coughs up close to $20 billion for NASA in 2016
NASA secures nearly $20 billion from Congress for 2016.
25 classic films added to US National Film Registry for preservation
25 new inductees earmarked for preservation until the end of time.
Snowden calls for "a watchdog that watches Congress"
Edward Snowden speaks at SXSW, where he said "we need a watchdog that watches Congress"
US entertainment industry wants Congress to give them permission to install rootkits, spyware, ransomware and trojans to consumers' PCs to 'attack pirates'
US entertainment industry is pushing Congress to do some shocking things.
House of Representatives bans the use of Spotify
The House bans Spotify thanks to their ban on peer-to-peer technology.
Feds will soon push 'black boxes' for all vehicles
Federal regulators propose that all vehicles sold in the US after 2014 to include black boxes.
Netflix bill passes congress without email privacy protections
Bill to allow you to share your Netflix history with Facebook passes congress. Email privacy clause
Congress doesn't want the UN to meddle with the internet, passes resolution unanimously
Congress passes resolution for US government to oppose any UN control of the Internet.
Police ask Congress to require mandatory text message logging, keep texts for 2 years
Police ask Congress to require wireless providers to keep text messages for two years.
SOPA protests on-going today, what are your thoughts?
SOPA/PIPA fights continue, SOPA protest on-going with Google, Wikipedia, and much, much more.
Wikipedia will go offline in support of SOPA protest
Wikipedia will go offline on January 18 for SOPA protest.
Reddit prepares for anti-SOPA blackout, planned for January 18 between 8am and 8pm
Anti-SOPA protest from Reddit will involve a blackout for 12 hours, happens on January 18.