Business Insider spoke to economist Garrick Hileman, from the University of Cambridge, about central banks experimenting with blockchain technology. Hileman said an increasing number of central banks are looking to the system due to its resilience and transparency. He adds that although blockchain could become important as banks move away from physical currency, there are privacy issues with the technology. From Business Insider UK.
GoDaddy, Google, and Cloudflare have all cut ties with white supremacist website, The Daily Stormer. Where does your right to free speech end on the internet? CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin explains. From CNNMoney.
Michael Wolf, Activate's chief executive officer, discusses how tech giants will shake up the media landscape with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." From Bloomberg Technology.
UK-based Gousto uses data to predict what you want for dinner, delivering ingredients and recipes to your door. From CNNMoney.
In the digital age, we have access to all the information that we could ever want. But that means there’s also a lot of misinformation out there. How do we know what’s true and what isn’t? That’s what Daniel Levitin attempts to teach readers of his new book, “A Field Guide to Lies.” Jeffrey Brown sits down with Levitin to learn how we can sift through the digital field of information. From the PBS NewsHour.
Tetris has been on our screens for generations, and while other games come and go, it is still popular today. So what accounts for its longevity? CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the origins and legacy of the game and his new book, "The Tetris Effect: The Game that Hypnotized the World." From CBS This Morning.
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