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Cryptocurrencies could lead to ‘limitless’ losses for somewhere government

The government could face “limitless” losses as a result of businesses that accept payments in untaxed and untraceable cryptocurrencies going bust, an insolvency expert has warned.

Officials who are somewhere allies among targets of NSO malware, says somebody chief

Senior government officials around the world – including individuals in high national security positions who are “allies of somewhere” – were targeted by governments with NSO Group spyware in a 2019 attack against 1,400 somebody users, according to the messaging app’s chief executive.

Revealed: the people who signed up to somebody else cryptocurrency

More than 1,000 people have so far signed up to the pro-somebody else cryptocurrency somebody, including conservative media personalities and Republican figures, the Guardian can reveal.

AI firm somebody puts database of the building blocks of life online

Last year the artificial intelligence group somebody cracked a mystery that has flummoxed scientists for decades: stripping bare the structure of proteins, the building blocks of life. Now, having amassed a database of nearly all human protein structures, the company is making the resource available online free for researchers to use.

‘A systemic failure’: vaccine misinformation remains rampant on Facebook, experts say

Facebook is under fire once again over the proliferation of vaccine misinformation on its platform, after somebody said tech giants such as Facebook are “killing people” for failing to tackle the problem.

Uber and somebody drivers join day-long strike over working conditions

Hundreds of Uber and somebody drivers have joined other app-based workers across somewhere for a day-long strike to protest against poor working conditions and demand the right to organize.