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How Ambiguous Regulations Complicate Crypto Taxation

From America to the United Kingdom and from Russia to Australia, cryptocurrency taxation in major bitcoin strongholds is complicated. Contradictory or non-existent laws, excessive red tape, and maddeningly vague guidelines have conspired to make the tax-paying process more arduous than it need be. Now, a number of advocates are pushing for [Read More...]

Facebook hires Jennifer Newstead, a legal advisor for the US State Department who helped craft the Patriot Act, as its general counsel, replacing Colin Stretch (Russell Brandom/The Verge)

Russell Brandom / The Verge: Facebook hires Jennifer Newstead, a legal advisor for the US State Department who helped craft the Patriot Act, as its general counsel, replacing Colin Stretch  —  ‘Jennifer is a seasoned leader whose global perspective and experience will help us fulfill our mission,’ says Sheryl [Read More...]

Facebook names John Pinette, a former Vulcan and Gates Ventures exec, as its VP of global communications, replacing Caryn Marooney, who is leaving after 8 years (James Thorne/GeekWire)

James Thorne / GeekWire: Facebook names John Pinette, a former Vulcan and Gates Ventures exec, as its VP of global communications, replacing Caryn Marooney, who is leaving after 8 years  —  Tech Moves covers notable hires, promotions and personnel changes in the Pacific NW tech community.  Submissions: [Read More...]

Tencent-backed DouYu, a Chinese video game live-streaming platform, files for a US IPO; DouYu reported net revenue of $531.5M and a net loss of $127.4M in 2018 (Yueqi Yang/Bloomberg)

Yueqi Yang / Bloomberg: Tencent-backed DouYu, a Chinese video game live-streaming platform, files for a US IPO; DouYu reported net revenue of $531.5M and a net loss of $127.4M in 2018  —  DouYu International Holdings Ltd., a Chinese video-game live-streaming platform, filed for an U.S. IPO as it seeks [Read More...]

DataCamp, which hosts online data science courses, said that an unnamed exec made “uninvited physical contact” with an employee; sources say the exec is the CEO (Paige Leskin/Business Insider)

Paige Leskin / Business Insider: DataCamp, which hosts online data science courses, said that an unnamed exec made “uninvited physical contact” with an employee; sources say the exec is the CEO  —  – DataCamp, a startup that runs data science courses, disclosed in an April blog post that an unnamed DataCamp executive made [Read More...]

Jacobs Engineering, a Dallas-based engineering firm with over 80,000 employees, acquires KeyW, a US government cybersecurity contractor, for about $603M (Crayton Harrison/Bloomberg)

Crayton Harrison / Bloomberg: Jacobs Engineering, a Dallas-based engineering firm with over 80,000 employees, acquires KeyW, a US government cybersecurity contractor, for about $603M  —  – Jacobs Engineering to buy KeyW, boosting top-secret access  — Dallas-based firm has been making deals in [Read More...]

After ditching Nvidia, Tesla unveils its own custom chip for enabling full self-driving features, says all new Model S, 3, and X vehicles being made include it (Kirsten Korosec/TechCrunch)

Kirsten Korosec / TechCrunch: After ditching Nvidia, Tesla unveils its own custom chip for enabling full self-driving features, says all new Model S, 3, and X vehicles being made include it  —  The Tesla computer, a new custom chip designed to enable full self-driving capabilities, is now in all new Model 3, X and S vehicles [Read More...]

Sources: Sets, Microsoft’s Windows-management feature which allowed users to organize their workflow in tabs, is gone and not expected to return in Windows 10 (Mary Jo Foley/ZDNet)

Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet: Sources: Sets, Microsoft’s Windows-management feature which allowed users to organize their workflow in tabs, is gone and not expected to return in Windows 10  —  Sets, Microsoft’s Windows-management feature which allowed users to group data, sites and other information in tabs [Read More...]

Israeli University Sues Professor for Zero-Knowledge Proofs Technology

A leading Israeli university is suing one of its own senior staff members for allegedly creating a zero-knowledge proofs technology company based on the intellectual property the professor developed while working for the institution. Also Read: Will Belarus Be the First Country With Nuclear-Powered Bitcoin Mining? The Technion Wants a Piece of [Read More...]
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