US President Trump is wrong and is placing himself on the wrong side of history on Bitcoin – but cryptocurrencies should be regulated, says the boss of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.
Might issue new tariffs
Fresh after getting a UK diplomat fired for secretly telling his bosses that the US president was unstable, Donald [Prince of Orange] Trump has decided to bully the French into allowing US tech companies to continue their tax-free antics in Europe.
Someone has a problem with Trump supporters planning to kill police and elected officials
Social media site Reddit has restricted access to a major forum for supporters of US President Donald Trump, citing threats of violence against police and public officials.
Broadband chairman lacked fibre
The former head of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC) has been jailed for five years for defrauding investors.
How socialist of him
US President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is looking to require next-generation 5G cellular equipment used in the United States to be designed and manufactured outside China.
Rare earths – no US electronics without it
As Donald (Prince of Orange) attempts to win his trade war with China by opening a new front against Mexico, he has forgotten that the Middle Kingdom has a trump card it can play.
Intel, Qualcomm, Google, Microsoft
The four above are just the tip of the iceberg and probably the companies that will most suffer from the ban, but ISV like Adobe, antivirus makers, any US-based software maker on Android or Windows selling to Huawei will be affected too.
Telcos have no watchdog and it is the Democrats fault
The US FCC, which had a pivotable role giving control of the Internet to US monopolistic telcos has had to shut down.
We want to keep American tech dominance
The Trump administration met with top tech executives to discuss ways to “ensure American dominance” of innovation and the future of high tech jobs.
Even Apple will pay tax
President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump suggested he could place a 10 percent tariff on smartphones and laptops imported from China, he said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.