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Marketplace bug sees at least $1 million of NFTs sold below market price

A bug in the largest NFT marketplace, OpenSea, allowed attackers to purchase at least $1 million worth of NFTs across multiple different wallets for significantly below market price, blockchain analytics firm Elliptic has said. A...

Netflix’s modest growth forecast casts pall over streaming

Even as Netflix execs sought to reassure investors in a video interview that its long-term prospects for streaming media remain bright, with its popular series “Bridgerton” returning and a sci-fi film starring movie star...

White House to hold second Competition Council meet today

The White House is set to hold the second meeting of its Competition Council on Monday, federal agencies said over the weekend. Officials from two federal agencies told journalists at our partner news agency Reuters...

Google aims to improve spotty enforcement of children’s ads policy

Google said this week it would immediately improve enforcement of an age-sensitive ad policy after journalists found ads for adult toys, liquor and high-risk investments in its search engine that should have been blocked...

White House meets SME’s to discuss competition in tech sector

White House officials met with small and mid-sized companies to discuss competition issues in the tech sector, as momentum grows in the US Congress to rein in large technology companies. The meeting was attended by...

Bitcoin investors dig in for long haul in ‘staggering’ shift

As bitcoin heads into 2022, a growing cohort of long-term investors is doubling down on its stashes of the cryptocurrency, hoping a December dip was merely a festive blip. Some industry watchers point to the...

Twitter expands feature allowing users to flag misleading tweets

Twitter Inc has said it will expand a feature it has been testing which allows users to flag misleading content on its social media platform to Brazil, Spain and the Philippines. The company had introduced...

Microsoft observed malware in systems belonging to Ukraine govt agencies

Microsoft Corp said in a blog post over the weekend that it had observed destructive malware in systems belonging to several Ukrainian government agencies and organisations that work closely with the Ukrainian government. The victims...

Apple complies with watchdog ruling on payment options in Netherlands

Apple has said it would allow developers of dating apps in the Netherlands to offer non-Apple payment options to their users, complying with an order from the country's market regulator to do so by...

Netflix raises monthly subscription prices in US and Canada

Netflix Inc has raised its monthly subscription price by $1 to $2 per month in the US depending on the plan, the company said on Friday, to help pay for new programming to compete...

POTUS encouraged by rejection of Meta request to dismiss antitrust lawsuit

The White House has said it was encouraged by a US judge's decision not to dismiss the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. "Certainly we are encouraged by the district court's decision", White House...

Robinhood to permanently shift most employees to remote working

Robinhood has said it plans to move a majority of its 3,400 employees to remote work permanently, joining a slew of top tech firms embracing a hybrid culture. The California-based company's move to adopt a...