Russia’s Blockchain E-Vote Participants May Have Had Their Private Data Leaked

Russia’s blockchain vote experiences yet another hiccup, as e-constituents’ personal data is reportedly exposed. Personal data for over a million Russian nationals has reportedly been leaked. The data allegedly belongs to some of the citizens who participated in the recent blockchain-based e-vote on Constitutional amendments. The archive was reportedly available for everyone to download  According […]

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Law Decoded: Independence Day Sees Challenges to Privacy, Property and Security, June 26–July 3

Bitcoin isn’t property under new Russian ruling while authorities in the U.S. and the EU challenge encrypted networks in this week’s Law Decoded. Every Friday, Law Decoded delivers analysis on the week’s critical stories in the realms of policy, regulation and law. Editor’s note The U.S. is preparing for its Independence Day tomorrow. New spikes […]

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Russia to Reportedly Investigate an Allegedly Fraudulent TON Offering in UK

Russian prosecutors are reportedly investigating a British firm that allegedly sold fraudulent Gram tokens. Shortly after lifting the country’s Telegram ban, Russian authorities began investigating potentially fraudulent offerings involving the company’s unlaunched token, Gram. The token was at one time meant to serve a new blockchain ecosystem known as the Telegram Open Network, or TON. […]

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