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Abigail Eatock

Abigail Eatock has 42 articles published.

The French & Rogue States: The Iran Missile Programme

French President Emmanuel Macron has stated that Tehran’s ballistic missile program must be placed under international surveillance. France seems to be going along with the Trump administration’s bid to get tougher on Tehran, while preserving the nuclear deal, that the US President Donald Trump has threatened to scrap. With the 2015 deal, aimed at stopping Iran developing nuclear weapons,…

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US Defence Security Service On Cryptocurrency

The Defense Security Service (DSS), the government agency that oversees the protection of U.S. and foreign classified information and technologies, has issued a brief statement on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. The DSS says it has received a number of questions from industry as to whether ownership of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, should be reported by…

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Coincheck: The World’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Theft

One of Asia’s biggest digital currency exchanges – Coincheck – has admitted the loss of around $534 million worth of cryptocurrency following an attack on its network. The Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan-based company said hackers broke in at 02:57am local time on Friday (12:57pm EST on Thursday, 25 January). However, the breach went undetected for nearly…

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Brussels Faces Czechxit Vote

(Prague) Expansionist eurocrats were rocked today as Miloš Zeman was re-elected to the Czech presidency. Richard Bingley, a regional security specialist, as well as UKIP’s spokesperson for Home Affairs, said: “Mr Zeman committed to an EU membership referendum in last Thursday’s national TV debate. Of course, we’ll see how the Czech people vote. But today’s…

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Germany’s elite police squad GSG 9, which deals with terrorist attacks, is to become significantly larger and will set up a second base in Berlin. GSG 9 commander Jérome Fuchs stated, “If you look at comparable terrorist situations across Europe, then it was often capital cities that were affected,” Fuchs told the station. “It is essential that…

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FCC: The Death of Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to dismantle landmark rules regulating the businesses that connect consumers to the internet, granting broadband companies power to potentially reshape Americans’ online experiences. The agency scrapped so-called net neutrality regulations that prohibited broadband providers from blocking websites or charging for higher-quality service or certain content. The federal government…

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