FTC Plans to Ensure Privacy on the Internet of Things

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Federal Trade Commission, which functions as an entity preventing illicit actions in various trading operations, has appointed Lorrie Cranor, an expert in online privacy and security, as its chief technologist. Previously she headed the Carnegie Mellon CyLab’s privacy lab, wrote over a hundred.

Bitcoin Group Withholds Its IPO for the Fifth Time

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, local bitcoin company Bitcoin Group seeking to be listed on the ASX, has to release yet another supplementary prospectus, which is a third in a row, and withhold its listing until January. This delay is caused by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, which.

Former White House Official Joins Bitfury

Jamie Smith who had previously worked at the White House as the president’s special assistant has taken the position of Bitfury’s head of global communications department.

Purse Announces a Secret Project

Bitcoin startup Purse announced a mysterious thing they called a “secret bitcoin project” named Tritium, which seems to be released in near future. No details regarding the project were available from the startup itself and its investors. The only information known in this respect is that the project is set.

Australian Bank Embraces the Blockchain

A working group from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, which has launched an innovation lab, has announced a test run of an internal blockchain to demonstrate its practical value and capabilities to broad public, including its customers, employees, and, most importantly, the representatives of local regulators.