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South Korea fines Facebook $300K for allegedly throttling its services

The Korea Communications Commission determined that Facebook intentionally throttled its services while negotiating fees with South Korean ISPs, breaking one of the local laws. Facebook says it can’t guarantee service. The post South Korea fines Facebook $300K for allegedly throttling its services appeared first on Digital Trends.

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YouTube expands live-streaming for desktop — and all you need is a webcam

Desktop live-streams just got much simpler. YouTube launched an update on Tuesday that allows desktop users to go live in a few clicks and without any additional equipment or software. The post YouTube expands live-streaming for desktop — and all you need is a webcam appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Bitcoin’s blockchain contains links to child pornography, possible illegal image

Researchers recently downloaded the Bitcoin blockchain to analyze its non-financial data and uncovered links to child pornography and an image. Due to the nature of the blockchain, all participants now store this illegal data. The post Bitcoin’s blockchain contains links to child pornography, possible illegal image appeared first on Digital …

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