Previous attempts to track tainted coins had used either the “poison” or the “haircut” method.
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On 9 January, a California committee passed Senate bill SB-712: a piece of legislation that would make, what might seem like, a tiny tweak to a law that says you can’t cover your car’s license plate.
The trick in accurately tracking a person with this method is finding out what kind of activity they’re performing.
According to OMC’s data, a full 19 percent of all “conversational” email is now tracked. That’s one in five of the emails you get from your friends. And you probably never noticed. Read More
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