Google to pay $423,000 over violations of state’s campaign disclosure law

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Google has consented to pay more than $423,000 to Washington state over supposed infringement of the mission money revelation law, the state Attorney General’s Office says. The law, a drive passed by citizens in 1972, requires political promoters to hold records identified with political advertisements. The Attorney General’s Office documented suit aganst … Read more

Takeaways from Patriots minicamp: Cam Newton returns, Mac Jones steals the show, and Jalen Mills steps up

Downpour shifted back and forth among sprinkling and pelting all through the almost three-hour meeting, with balls slipping to the turf and passes hitting the ground you wouldn’t regularly hope to see. Collectors slipped and fell all through their breaks, and the group fragments looked increasingly slow less serious than they have in the course … Read more

Visa moves to allow payment settlements using cryptocurrency

Visa moves to allow payment settlements using cryptocurrency

Visa Inc has said it will allow the use of the cryptocurrency USD Coin to settle transactions on its payment network, the latest sign of growing acceptance of digital currencies by the mainstream financial industry. Visa has launched the pilot program with payment and crypto platform Crypto.com and plans to offer the option to more partners later … Read more

Venezuela Calls Facebook Suspension of President Nicolas Maduro ‘Digital Totalitarianism’

Venezuela Calls Facebook Suspension of President Nicolas Maduro 'Digital Totalitarianism'

Venezuela’s government on Sunday accused Facebook Inc of “digital totalitarianism” after it iced up Head of state Nicolas Maduro’s web page for thirty days for breaching its plans against spreading false information about COVID-19. Facebook informed Reuters this weekend break it had likewise taken down a video in which Maduro advertised Carvativir, a Venezuelan-made solution … Read more

Facebook, Google Plan New Undersea Cables to Link Singapore, Indonesia, United States, And Canada

Facebook, Google Plan New Undersea Cables to Link Singapore, Indonesia, United States, And Canada

Facebook said on Monday it intended two new undersea cables to link Singapore, Indonesia, and also The United States And Canada in a project with Google and regional telecommunication companies to improve Net linkability in between the areas. “Named Mirror and also Bifrost, those will be the first two cords to go through a new … Read more