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China’s Supreme Court Recommends Increasing Crypto Property Rights Protection

Renters Threaten US Real Estate Market, 20 Million Americans Face Eviction The aftermath of the coronavirus-provoked business shutdowns in the United States caused a number of market observers to focus on the U.S. real estate and rental markets. As the federal moratorium on evictions reaches its expiry, a recent Aspen Institute … read more. Crypto …

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Supreme Court rules against law allowing debt-collection robocalls to cell phones

Drew Angerer via Getty Images The US Supreme Court decided today that debt collectors can no longer make robocalls to cell phones (via Ars Technica). In doing so, the court has ruled that the prior provision to the law violated the First Amendment by favoring debt-collection speech over other kinds of speech.  The law cited …

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Supreme Court strikes down 2015 law allowing robocalls by debt collectors

Enlarge Getty Images | Olivier Le Moal The US Supreme Court today struck down a provision in US law that let debt collectors make robocalls to cell phones, ruling that the law violates the First Amendment by favoring debt-collection speech over other speech. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) of 1991 prohibits “almost all robocalls …

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4th Amendment Does Not Protect Bitcoin Data, US Fifth Circuit Court Rules

Hundreds of Sites Now Earn Crypto Trading Fees: Exchange WordPress Plugin Sees 300 Active Installs A couple of months ago, a new WordPress (WP) plugin launched that allows anyone to host a digital currency trading platform. With the application, WP website owners can earn fees from various crypto asset trades. The developer of the plugin …

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US Supreme Court’s Computer Fraud Ruling Has Big Implications for Crypto

This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider how to interpret the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, a key data protection law. The court’s decision could criminalize common but technically prohibited computer-related conduct, put limitations on a powerful law that punishes insider data theft and abuse like exchange hacks, or come down somewhere in …

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Set to Grow, India’s Crypto Industry Must First Toil Tough Ground

Over the past few months, India’s cryptocurrency market has continued to be in a constant state of flux. From crypto bans imposed by the country’s central bank to a historic ruling by its Supreme Court to lift that ban, for most onlookers it appears that India’s crypto market has experienced a rebirth. A recent industry …

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RBI Confirms No Ban on Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Businesses or Traders in India

India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has confirmed that there is no longer any banking ban on crypto exchanges, companies, or traders. This follows the supreme court decision to quash the RBI circular prohibiting banks from providing services to any customers dealing in cryptocurrencies. The ban lasted for almost two years. RBI …

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New Cryptocurrency Exchanges Launch in India as Businesses Seek Answers From RBI

The Indian cryptocurrency industry has been growing rapidly despite the nationwide lockdown and the coronavirus crisis. Two new cryptocurrency trading platforms are launching in India while existing crypto businesses seek clarification from the central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). New Cryptocurrency Trading Platforms Launching in India The crypto sector in India is showing …

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Supreme Court broadcasts oral arguments live for the first time

Sponsored Links Drew Angerer/Getty Images The COVID-19 pandemic has dragged the US Supreme Court into the modern era, if just for a little while. The institution has held oral arguments for a case (Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com) over teleconference for the first time, including live online broadcasts. Until now, the only way for …

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