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For insulting Islam on Facebook, he will go to prison for 10 years

Until now, the Internet hate has usually ended in a fine. This time, however, we are talking about imprisonment – for 10 years.

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Internet Hate

Malaysian Mohamad Fuzi Harun was brought to trial in connection with a series of published materials whose content directly offended Islam. In total, 10 charges were filed against him, and the accused himself pleaded guilty. Interestingly, for each of them you can be sentenced to a prison year or 50,000 ringgit (about $ 13,000) fine – or even both. Eventually, Fuzi Harun will go to prison for 10 years. read more

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Bitcoin will reach bottom this year. Then there will be increases – thinks Fred Wilson

A venture capitalist, Fred Wilson, suggested that bitcoin investors should make purchases after declines due to current events that make it worth investing in the cryptocurrency sector.

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Fred Wilson commented on the situation on Bitcoin in the entry on his blog:

“We’re in the cycle after the crypto crash and it made the sector interesting for me again. The prices are definitely lower and there is a lot of work on the projects we have invested in, as well as the ones we want to invest in. “ read more

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The Swiss bank runs its own cryptocurrency using airdrop

Recently, a lot is said about banks entering the world of cryptocurrencies, first JP Morgan, then Japanese Mizhuo, and now the Swiss bank Dukascopy. The cryptocurrency called Dukascoin (DUK +) was launched on February 28 and is based on the ERC-20 standard.

Crypto Bank
Crypto Bank

The president of Dukascopy Andre Duk, boasts in an interview with Finance Magnates, that Dukascoin is the world’s first banking cryptocurrency running in the process of regulated ICO. However, the cryptocurrency distribution process is more like airdrop, and the Dukascoin functionality itself creates something like a loyalty token. You can get Dukascoin by opening an account at the bank or recommending an account to a friend, but in the future there will be a platform where you can buy or sell tokens at prices set by the market. read more

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Twitter will soon allow you to hide answers to tweets

The network has information about the upcoming change, which will soon be on Twitter. It’s about the ability to hide the answers to our tweets. The function is currently being tested and of course its final version may differ slightly from the one just discovered.

Twitter wants to put a “Hide tweet” button on the menu – by clicking on it you will block the visibility of a given answer both for ourselves and for all viewers of a particular thread. The option is to be tested more extensively in the coming months. read more

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Huawei appeals to the American media – “Do not believe everything you hear”

The Chinese are opting for peaceful resolution of conflicts and have decided to respond to the United States on allegations of espionage, quite a specific advertisement placed on the entire page of the Thursday edition of The Wall Street Journal. It is an open letter to all American media.

The whole was accompanied by a rather eloquent slogan “Do not believe everything you hear.” Huawei encourages you to be convinced of the truth with your own eyes and not to trust any information provided by any media. The advertisement was signed by the management director of Huawei, Catherine Chen. read more

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How to run a fanpage on Facebook effectively?

How to run a Facebook fanpage? Theoretically simple task: we set up a new profile associated with the founder’s main account, and then publish new content to attract new users. It would seem that there is no greater philosophy in this task. In practice, winning a large number of fans is associated with a well-thought-out strategy, analysis of the target group, the ability to conduct mutual discussion, as well as adaptation to the needs of the recipient. read more

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