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GoDaddy censors Mexican protest site

GoDaddy censors Mexican protest site

GoDaddy is one of the larger web hosts out there today and hosts hoards of websites in the US and abroad. The company has reportedly censored a Mexican website that was protesting the inauguration of Mexico's new president Enrique Pena Nieto. The censored website was at the domain 1dmx.org.

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Bitcoin hacks take over $650k as two exchanges admit break-ins

Bitcoin hacks take over $650k as two exchanges admit break-ins

Bitcoin hackers have claimed two more victims, with exchange Flexcoin announcing its virtual vault has been drained and that it will be ceasing operations immediately, while Poloneix confessed a security lapse of its own. "On March 2nd 2014 Flexcoin was attacked and robbed of all coins in the hot wallet" the company announced. "The attacker made off with 896 BTC," Flexcoin says, which works out to around $600,000 at today's rate.

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Seattle votes to cap ride-sharing services

Seattle votes to cap ride-sharing services

Today Seattle's City Council voted to put a cap on ride-sharing services -- specifically, on the number of drivers services like Sidecar, UberX, and Lyft can have in operation at any given moment. This vote was a preliminary one, 5 to 4 in favor of the cap, and will be confirmed by the final vote set to take place next month.

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Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy, has $63.6 million in debt

Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy, has $63.6 million in debt

Bitcoin has been the most popular of the virtual currencies for a while now with a single coin worth hundreds and hundreds of dollars in the US. Things started to go wrong for one of the largest bitcoin exchanges over the last few months. Earlier this month the exchange stopped bitcoin withdrawals blaming a technical issue that made it possible for nefarious users to introduce fraud into the system.

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