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Whatapp’s  controversial privacy policy kick starts from Today

Whatapp’s much criticized privacy will finally kick-start from today across India and other markets. Although Facebook owned company has maintained that it won’t delete accounts of those users who won’t accept the latest privacy policy of users, the users might have to compromise on some basic features. Critics say that this is as good as losing the account since the pop up reminder reminding about accepting the latest ‘privacy policy’ will permanently keep appearing on screen until it is accepted.

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Stripe acquires Oakland based fraud detection startup Bouncer

Payment giant Stripe on Friday announced that it has acquired fraud detection startup Bouncer for undisclosed amount. Based in Oakland and started in 2018, Bouncer helps in detecting fraud in card based online transactions. Earlier this year, Stripe was crowned as the world’s most valued startup, after raising whopping $600 Mn from investors.

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Goldman Sach Banker resigns after making millions in Crypto investment

Aziz McMohan will probably never to work for any employer, not at least for his former employer Goldman Sach. McMohan, which until few days back worked as a executive of Goldman Sach, has reportedly made millions via his investment in Ether and Dogecoin.  McMohan’s story has already created ripples in the U.K press, with many claiming that his crypto investment has helped him fetch whopping $14 Mn euros.

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Some Tesla Investors are happy with Elon Musk’s U turn on Bitcoin  

Elon Musk’s short-lived bonhomie with Bitcoin earlier this week, with Telsa’s founder officially announced that his electric vehicle company will no longer Bitcoin as token of payment. The talismanic entrepreneur cited ‘environmental concerns’ for his decision as it is well-known that mining crypto does take toll on the environment. However, Musk’s sudden decision on Bitcoin seems to have made quite an impression on Tesla’s investor. According to Reuters, many Tesla investors have given a thumbs up to Musk withdrawing unconditional support to crypto.

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