Tagged: user data

Blockchain, Cryptography, Smart Contracts are All Technologies that Allow Us to Effectively Manage Our Data, According to John Izaguirre from Ontology

John Izaguirre, the Business Director, Europe at Ontology, a high-performance or high-throughput blockchain platform, believes that privacy is a basic human right. Izaguiree notes that data is becoming a very important topic for both individuals and companies. However, he believes that the Internet is still… Read More

Cyberattacks in the UK, US Increase as More Consumers and Businesses Conduct Financial Transactions Online

Cyberattacks against US-based financial industry firms increased by around 240% between February and April 2020, according to a new report. These attacks have become more prevalent after the global COVID-19 outbreak, as more individuals and businesses are using online services. Tom Kellerman, head of cybersecurity… Read More

Fintech and Digital Banking Provider Dave Suffers Security Breach, User Data Compromised but No Financial Losses, Company Claims

Dave.com, which aims to be the finance version of David and Goliath taking on the big banks and “helping millions with money challenges,” has confirmed that a security breach took place on its platform. Dave, which claims to have “reinvented” many areas of traditional finance,… Read More

Binance has Reportedly been “Paying Great Attention” to Ontology’s Blockchain Governance and Economic Model, Might Consider Becoming a Node on the Chain

Li Jun, the founder of Ontology, a “high-performance” enterprise blockchain platform, recently noted that the Ontology development team has been working cooperatively with Binance and Binance.US on various ONT trading campaigns. The Ontology team members, whose comments came during a recent AMA session which aimed… Read More

Blockchain-based Brave Browser Files Complaint Urging European Commission to Take Action Against Government Agencies that are Not Ensuring User Privacy

The San Francisco-based developers of Brave, an open-source, privacy-oriented Internet browser, have submitted a complaint which asks the European Commission to take quick action against European Union-based government agencies that are not protecting the data and privacy of local residents. Brave’s complaint was filed on… Read More

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