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Should US ban TikTok?
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(07-19-2020, 02:21 PM)timfoster10 Wrote:
(07-19-2020, 02:20 PM)Rsingh77 Wrote: Oh yes, thats a good point timfoster10. I heard a rumour on how the Twitter hack was associated with an insider. Possibly a rumour. Maybe we could get a thread going on the decentralisation of cryptocurrency and what it means in a centralised world. Because, essentially the wallet to which the scam was linked to is untraceable across blockchain.

Fantastic idea, I definitely want to increase my knowledge on blockchain and its associated fields. I have always refrained from learning off bitcoin as such. I am old school - into value investing.
Ahh, you're  from the Buffet school of investing. What are your thoughts on how the wealth of Berkshire has shrunk by 19 billion USD since covid.
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(07-19-2020, 02:20 PM)deanna_emilia Wrote:
(07-19-2020, 02:17 PM)timfoster10 Wrote:
(07-19-2020, 02:12 PM)Shreya6 Wrote:
(07-19-2020, 02:05 PM)Rsingh77 Wrote: Though somewhat similar to what you have said, Huawei and UK is also a trending topic at the moment. it is the same risks of potential national security breach issues that theUK will be restricting Huawei on its 5g network. This definitely isn't good news for Chinese conglomerates but China is the hub of cheap tech, this definitely is bad news for international collaboration in my opinion. Would anyone like to weigh in?

I agree, this will definitely hinder international collaboration. A bunch of Chinese apps, including tik tok, were also banned in India recently. Again for national security issues. In my opinion, this just highlights the biggest barrier to tech companies for international collaboration- fear of security breaches.

Thanks for @Rsingh77  Smile

Yea definitely Shreya6.Especially with Twitter getting hacked in the crypto currency scam. It just shows no matter how advanced we are getting, our security is trailing behind.
The twitter hack was hilarious though.
Yea but I mean I see how people fell for it. If Bill Gates messages that 'he wants to give back to society'. You are damn right in believing that he does with his philantrophic engagements. But, the 2x increase in your funds was toooo fake to be real. But, then again there are many blind believers. Especially older people who don't know what cryptocurrency is. I am sure there were older blokes telling their children to send $1k to that crypto wallet. Hilarious indeed
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