Social media

Facebook, Google and Twitter must Pay Greater Attention to Fighting Fake News
Sep 11, 2020 at 12:58
News
Facebook, Google and Twitter must Pay Greater Attention to Fighting Fake News
Fake news related to cryptocurrency, Coronavirus pandemic, and other fields that spread through social media like Facebook, Google, Twitter etc., are becoming a problem. That is why the European Commission urged the giants to strengthen measures against misinformation.
Another Twitter Account Hacked; Is the Social Media Still Vulnerable?
Sep 05, 2020 at 10:05
News
Another Twitter Account Hacked; Is the Social Media Still Vulnerable?
Twitter seems to be still vulnerable to hacks. A group of cyberattackers under the name ‘John Wick’ have gained access to the account of India’s Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Damodardas Modi and used it to promote a fake cryptocurrency schema.
Cryptocurrency Scammers in the Philippines Exploit Local Celebrities to Trick People
Jul 29, 2020 at 13:58
News
Cryptocurrency Scammers in the Philippines Exploit Local Celebrities to Trick People
The trend to use fake endorsements from celebrities seems to gain momentum. Scammers from the Philippines now exploit local celebrities as well as global giants.
Does the Cryptocurrency Advertising Industry Require Regulation?
Jul 22, 2020 at 13:33
News
Does the Cryptocurrency Advertising Industry Require Regulation?
Related to the growing number of Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrency scams using fake advertising, it becomes obvious that the industry needs regulation. Advertising influences people's purchasing decisions, therefore, good social engineering can turn it into a great instrument for luring customers into various digital currency-related scams.
Recent Twitter Hack Proves the Vulnerability of Centralized Platforms
Jul 16, 2020 at 12:50
News
Recent Twitter Hack Proves the Vulnerability of Centralized Platforms
As the community was astounded by the bold hack of prominent Twitter accounts, it revealed the general vulnerability of centralised social media, where all information is kept at one place. It would not be possible to break a decentralized platform that easily.
Australians Lose Big to Cryptocurrency Scams, over $2 Billion in a Decade
Jun 23, 2020 at 13:07
News
Australians Lose Big to Cryptocurrency Scams, over $2 Billion in a Decade
Australians seem to be very vulnerable to fraudulent money-stealing schemes. In 2019 alone, the continent citizens lost over $634 million to cryptocurrency scams, with over $2 billion stolen during the past decade.
Around $2 Million Lost to a Scam Featuring a Bitcoin Giveaway from Elon Musk
Jun 21, 2020 at 13:03
News
Around $2 Million Lost to a Scam Featuring a Bitcoin Giveaway from Elon Musk
It seems scams involving celebrities are gaining traction. Another scheme involving a fake giveaway from Elon Musk harvests millions from unsuspecting victims.
Blockchain Prevents Fake News, Increases Trust and Credibility of Media Industry
Jun 18, 2020 at 08:56
News
Blockchain Prevents Fake News, Increases Trust and Credibility of Media Industry
The increase of fake news raises alarms over the role of media, Internet and social media platforms in contemporary egalitarian societies. The community and the media industry can move to transparent information flow by restoring the role of the media with blockchain technology.
Is Twitter at War with Cryptocurrency Again?
May 02, 2020 at 08:20
News
Is Twitter at War with Cryptocurrency Again?
According to reports from some Bitcoin and crypto users, Twitter seems to be secretly limiting the circulation of crypto-related content as the halving nears.
1 2 ... 7