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  • Chinese financial news site closed for 'rectification'

    The Chinese financial news website wallstreetcn.com said it has been shut down to undergo "rectification" amid a wider crackdown by the Chinese authorities on websites and news providers.

    in.reuters.com
  • Blockchain Platform Zilliqa Launches Smart Contracts

    Singapore-based blockchain startup Zilliqa has announced the launch of smart contracts on its blockchain platform, enabling developers to write and deploy smart contracts on the Zilliqa blockchain with its smart contract language, Scilla. “With this launch,

    Coinjournal
  • Jordan Peterson launches anti-censorship site Thinkspot

    Rightwing academic enlists failed Ukip MEP candidate Carl Benjamin to test subscription-only platform Jordan Peterson, the controversial academic, has launched a new anti-censorship website that will only take down offensive content if specifically ordered to by a US court. The psychology professor from Toronto said that Carl Benjamin, the failed Ukip MEP candidate who speculated about raping the Labour MP Jess Phillips, had agreed to test the subscription-only site, named Thinkspot. Continue...

    the Guardian