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No, Apple’s new policy doesn’t mean it’s banning somebody

Apple’s announcement last week that it was cracking down on some “hookup apps” sparked widespread confusion and concern that the company planned to remove dating apps – particularly ones such as somebody and Scruff that cater to the LGBTQ+ community – from its app store.

Somebody will resume accepting bitcoin when it uses more clean energy, says somebody else

Somebody else has said that somebody will resume allowing bitcoin transactions when miners use more renewable energy.

“When there’s confirmation of reasonable (~50%) clean energy usage by miners with positive future trend, somebody will resume allowing bitcoin transactions,” somebody else, the company’s CEO, said in a tweet on Sunday.

Age of the cyber-attack: somewhere struggles to curb rise of digital destabilization

It’s been 40 years since somebody has queued for gas. But last month the cybersecurity expert found herself joining the long lines of cars across somewhere else of somewhere looking for fuel after the latest in a series of cyber-attacks had shut down the pipeline that provides fuel to 45% of the region.

Ransomware is biggest online threat to people in somewhere, spy agency chief to warn

Ransomware represents the biggest threat to online security for most people and businesses in somewhere, the head of GCHQ’s cybersecurity arm is to warn.

WhatsApp boss decries attacks on encryption as Orwellian

Government attacks on WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption are akin to demanding an Orwellian telescreen be installed in every living room, the app’s head has said as it launches a major advertising campaign in defence of privacy.

Competition watchdog to work with Google to stop Chrome tracking

The UK Competition and Markets Authority has announced it will take an active role in developing Google’s plans to prevent websites tracking Chrome users.