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Mattress landfill; profitable ride-sharing; Keir Starmer; BoJo; and more.
Keep your kids away from their screens, folks; it’s dangerously disruptive out there.
A Mormon fund; an AirBnB scam; the intelligence coup of the century; and more.
Because what they really need, after all, is a token “safe harbour period”.
Wind turbines; Labour and the working class; the London Fish Exchange; Epstein’s mystery bank; and more.
Tech so disruptive it makes you want to kill yourself.
Ray Dalio vs journalism; the saga of Santander; Google Maps hacks; impeachments; and more.
Scammers gon’ scam.
And the word shouldn’t be halvening (nor even halving, though that would be preferable). It should be tapering.
The Lord Elon, he loves that half-million.
But what happened to all the blockchain adventures?
“Following the 2018 enforcement wave, blockchain litigation returned to its previous upward trajectory in 2019.”
How good does the distributed dream-ledger taste?
Twitter’s and Google’s limiting of political advertising doesn’t make them inherently morally superior.
New data show challenger banks aren’t managing to convince customers to ditch their old high-street accounts.
Not unless there’s a power cut (we just wanted to get Christmas into the headline). But they could, possibly, go out on New Year’s Day...
Blythe Masters joins $473m private equity fund.
“There would be more women investing in bitcoin if they had more educational materials to help them, a new report found.”
(Clue: it’s something about the blocks. And the chains.)
Rivals have spent more than £2m combined on Facebook and Instagram since early November
Loss of data raises questions over commitment to transparency
Mis-step by PM as he refuses to look at 4-year-old’s picture illustrating plight of health service
Attention future PMs and kings: the Blockingdon Club awaits you.
Flawed rules exposed as ‘shadow’ campaigns spend £500,000 on Facebook and other sites