Google will ban political advertising on its platform before the Canadian federal election after the country introduced stringent transparency rules. Bill C-76 requires

Google will ban political advertising on its platform before the Canadian federal election

Google will ban political advertising on its platform before the Canadian federal election after the country introduced stringent transparency rules. Bill C-76 requires online platforms to keep a registry of all political and partisan ads they directly or indirectly publish. Google’s services like enhanced search results and platforms, including YouTube, will still be available during […]

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UK Regulator Considering Ban On Sale Of Cryptocurrency Derivatives

UK Regulator Considering Ban On Sale Of Cryptocurrency Derivatives

Cryptocurrency Derivatives Cryptoassets have changed significantly in the last 10 years – we’ve gone from the original Bitcoin whitepaper in 2008 to a world populated by over 2000 different cryptoassets today. The Cryptoassets Taskforce brought together the FCA, HM Treasury and the Bank of England to explore the impact of cryptoassets and distributed ledger technology (DLT) […]

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Daily Crypto News: Rep. Brad Sherman Demands Ban On Cryptocurrency Mining, Buying

Daily Crypto News; Rep. Brad Sherman Demands Ban On Cryptocurrency Mining, Buying

Daily Crypto News; Rep. Brad Sherman Demands Ban On Cryptocurrency Mining, Buying   Daily Crypto News Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) has requested that cryptographic money mining and purchasing ought to be restricted. He decided amid an open hearing on digital money, facilitated by House Subcommittee on Financial Policy. The hearing entitled “The Future of Money: […]

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European Parliament Advises Regulators Not To Ban Cryptocurrencies

European Parliament Advises Regulators Not To Ban Cryptocurrencies

European Parliament Advises Regulators Not To Ban Cryptocurrencies The European Parliament has advised policymakers and regulators not to ignore cryptocurrencies or attempt to ban them. It should be treated by regulators as any other financial instrument, proportionally to their market importance, complexity, and associated risks, a recent report published by the legislative arm of the […]

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Last step for ZTE to lift ban

Last step for ZTE to lift ban

Last step for ZTE to lift ban   ZTE is expected to deposit $400M in an escrow account in a U.S. bank in the “next couple of days,” the last step it must take before a ban on U.S. suppliers can be lifted. As part of a settlement it reached on June 7 with the Commerce Department, the […]

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ZTE sees $3B+ loss from U.S. ban 5

ZTE sees $3B+ loss from U.S. ban

ZTE sees $3B+ loss from U.S. ban China ZTE  is assessing misfortunes of no less than 20B yuan ($3.1B) because of Washington’s prohibition on U.S. firms pitching parts to the telecom provider, Bloomberg reports, however it plans to achieve an arrangement soon that would enable it to “swing lingered industrial facilities enthusiastically inside hours.” President […]

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