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Google Fined $17 Million For Spying On Safari Users


 

 

Google, the world-famous tech giant and the owner of the world’s most popular search engine, is reported to have been spying on Safari users. Safari is popular browser developed by Apple and used mainly by Apple users. It turns out that Google has violated the privacy policy defined by Apple.
 

 

 

 

 

 

All in all there are over claims in Columbia district and 37 US states. The essence of those claims is that Google was tracking users in order to make target advertizing more efficient. This is the lion’s share of Google’s income. The corporation used cookie files to get round the security module built in Safari.
 
The prosecutors are sure that Google should have warned internet users about this fact. Still, Google ignored this, thereby damaging its own image eventually.
 
This is not the first time, Google is fined for the same reason. Last year, Google was fined 22,5 million dollars. Still, Google didn’t give up spying and was caught once again.
 
The chart below, courtesy of Masterforex-V Academy, reflects the current state of affairs in the market of GOOG:

 

 

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China Makes Blockchain Professions Official

There are 1838 officially recognized professions in China. Now, there list is up by 2 professions - blockchain engineer and blockchain app operator. The Chinese Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS) has recently confirmed that by updating the list of official professions.
Publication date: 20 July 11:42 AM

South Korea Invests Billions In Blockchain Technologies

By 2025, South Korea is planning to invest over 48 billion dollars in  blockchain. The goal is to digitize all of the industrial sectors of the national economy in this post-pandemic era. According to ZDNet Korea, the president highly rated some of the benefits this process may bring to South Korea.

Publication date: 18 July 09:40 AM

Black Lives Matter - Investors Keep Ignoring Major Riot In US In 50 Years. Why?

Everyone has probably heard of the #BlackLivesMatter riots, which have been going on in the United States for a while. However, international financial markets seem to have been underestimating this event, which happens to be the biggest riots in the USA in 50 years! Why is that?

Publication date: 18 June 07:56 AM

Donald Trump Influences Bitcoin Exchange Rate

Publication date: 05 June 04:42 AM

Only 4 Of All Existing Billionaires Made Their Fortunes With Cryptocurrencies

Forbes has recently published the list of 2095 billionaires from different parts of the world. It turns out that 4 of them owe it to cryptocurrencies. Who they are, the cryptocurrency billionaires?
Publication date: 13 April 11:54 AM

Life After Brexit: EU-UK Talks Are Underway

Publication date: 07 March 09:03 AM

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Publication date: 07 March 08:15 AM

Fed Cuts Key Interest Rate For The First Time In 10 Years

The U.S. Federal Reserve is reported to have cut the key interest rate, which is something really outstanding since the Fed has done it for the first time since 2009.

Publication date: 11 August 03:05 AM

New Prime Minister Names Brexit Date

It seem that the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is really determined about everything related to the Brexit. The process is expected to start in later 2019. Boris Johnson's standpoint on the matter didn't come as a surprise to the international expert community, Market Leader reports. The thing is, he has been well-known for being an advocate ad big supporter of quitting the European Union in general, and doing so without a major agreement in particular, which is also known as the hard Brexit scenario. 

Publication date: 07 August 06:54 AM

Johnson Launches Hard Brexit Ad Campaign

Boris Johnson, who has recently been appointed new UK Prime Minister, is on his way to launch an ad campaign to promote the idea of quitting the EU the hard way, which is also known as the hard Brexit. For those of you who don't know, the hard Brexit scenario implies quitting the European Union without signing a major agreement.

Publication date: 31 July 11:43 AM