Accompanying the presidential transition are some major questions about the role of social media in society and politics.
Social media users are leaving traditional providers in droves in favor of more independent platforms over fears of unwarranted data collection, censorship, and refusal of service.
Also: Grayscale reports an a rise in participation from pensions while Ripple’s Garlinghouse reveals he attempted to settle charges with the SEC ahead of its XRP suit.
The Diem Association’s rebrand from Libra was supposed to herald a new day for the project, but a touted 2021 launch may not go as planned.
Do you really know how your data is used and monetized? If you did, you’d probably think twice about giving your personal details away so freely.
As antitrust enforcement hits Facebook and Google, the Federal Trade Commission is digging into misuse of consumer data.
Stablecoins are an integral part of the future of the financial system. And Facebook’s Diem, formerly Libra, is part of that future.
But the bill is unlikely to become law any time soon.
Tentative clampdowns coming from both the Treasury and the House in the United States lead this week’s Law Decoded.
Stablecoins and CBDCs and their related issues of privacy and surveillance lead this week’s Law Decoded.