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Facebook has had the worst day in stock market history as shares plunged 19 percent, wiping $119 billion off the company’s value.

Facebook has had the worst day in stock market history as shares plunged 19 percent, wiping $119 billion off the company's value. Thursday was the social media giant's worst day in six years as a public company, as well as the biggest one-day wipeout in US stock market history. CEO Mark Zuckerberg

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Russia blocks upto 16m IP addresses in battle against Telegram App

Russia’s internet watchdog has blocked an estimated 16m IP addresses in a massive operation against the banned Telegram messaging app Telegram. A Moscow court had banned the popular Telegram messaging app, in a landmark decision that moves Russia a step closer towards Chinese-style internet censorship. The court ruling on Friday came after Telegram refused to give

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MMM official website taken down, amid the death of founder and CEO Mr. Marvrodi

MMM website has been taken down Read the full reason MMM STOPS OPERATING 06.04.2018 Dear participants, After much deliberation, we have made the conclusion that continuing the System operation, without our leader and ideological inspirer, is impossible and makes no sense. We all carried out the tasks he assigned to us, since we had no

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Cryptocurrencies is ‘super risky’ and have caused death ‘in a fairly direct way’ ~Bill Gates

Bill Gates, the philanthropist and former chief executive of Microsoft, is concerned by the crytocurrency craze, saying that the anonymity offered by the new technology has “caused deaths in a fairly direct way”. Speaking during a Reddit AMA, Gates argued that “the government’s ability to find money laundering and tax evasion and terrorist

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Facebook bans ads for cryptocurrencies because most of them are scam

Facebook has banned all advertising for cryptocurrencies because they are “frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices”. The company added the rule to its advertising policies on Tuesday, in an update to its list of “prohibited content”. “We want people to continue to discover and learn about new products and services

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