Net Neutrality.

The Internet prides itself on being non-discriminatory, a place for free minds, free commerce where every budding entrepreneur can make it on the web, because anyone has a chance to rank on Google or another search engine if they have the tenacity, right marketing and entrepreneurial drive. However, that free-market thinking, is now being heavily regulated.

Bitcoin value proves not so nice for NiceHash

The bad news is that Cybercriminals are unequivocally obsessed with cryptocurrency and this recent thrust in the price of one the most popular cryptocurrency is yet another reason to exploit it.

Most recently, NiceHash, one of the largest Bitcoin mining marketplaces has been hacked and $70 million taken. With zero connection to cannabis, NiceHash is relatively new player in Cryptocurrency that gives users the ability to buy or sell the hashrate that their mining hardware generates with one of the supported crypto algorithms. Users exchange “hashing power” for BTH (bitcoins).

Measuring Online Success in Billions

After Amazon, who consistently refuses to sell Chromecast, added further insult to injury by removing the Google products, Nest Secure and E Thermostat from their listings, Google has responded in kind and removed YouTube from Fire products.

Amazon took its sweet time to release a Prime Video app for Android in the Google Play Store, only permitting this in 2017. Prior to this, users had to install Amazon’s own app store  and then install Prime Video, which still doesn’t support Chromecast.

Web-tracking

Not really, it's actually a little bit creepy and now that the existence of web-tracking and similar methods companies use to keep your digital footprints in stored data has been completely and publicly revealed, some of us are even a little peeved.