25 May '15, 9pm

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News powered by Bitcoinist.net Article by Drew Cordell In a new study by Cambridge University, user data is routinely retrievable from secondhand Android devices that have been wiped through a factory reset. Most Android devices offer no way of easily deleting user data such as access tokens, messages, images, and other content. The problem doesn’t affect only a small percentage of Android users, it affects an estimated 500 million Android devices, this poses a problem for companies that resell used Android devices. In addition to the 500 million affected devices, up to 630 million people do not properly wipe multimedia files in their devices prior to getting rid of them (through either sale, gift or disposal.) Researched examined 21 secondhand devices running OS versions 2.3-4.3 from five different manufacturers that had been wiped using the built in factory reset functio...

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Accenture: UK Government Should Regulate Bitcoi...

coindesk.com 26 May '15, 7pm

The UK government should apply the same regulation and identification requirements to bitcoin wallets as it does to bank a...

Bitcoin Might Be The Next Big Thing In The Remi...

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Editor’s note: Florian Graillot is a VC investor at AXA Strategic Ventures. Bitcoin’s most disrupting feature is its decen...

Bitcoin Might Be The Next Big Thing In The Remi...

techcrunch.com 25 May '15, 7pm

Editor’s note: Florian Graillot is a VC investor at AXA Strategic Ventures. Bitcoin’s most disrupting feature is its decen...

Weekend Roundup: MasterCard Deploys 'P2P' Payments Service in the US, Bloomberg Issues Bitcoin Report #bitcoin

Weekend Roundup: MasterCard Deploys 'P2P' Payme...

cointelegraph.com 24 May '15, 2pm

MasterCard Announces Centralized ‘P2P’ Payments MasterCard has announced its so-called peer-to-peer debit-card-based remit...

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BitQuick Goes Passwordless #bitcoin

bitcoinmagazine.com 26 May '15, 1pm

BitQuick is the latest Bitcoin company to integrate Clef’s passwordless two-factor authentication to make logins safe and ...

The Hot Wallet of BitFinex was hacked but due to strict security measures just minimal amount was lost.

The Hot Wallet of BitFinex was hacked but due t...

hackread.com 25 May '15, 7pm

Reportedly BitFinex was hacked but due to strict security measures implementation just minimal amount was lost. BitFinex k...

Microsoft Cortana Set to Appear on Android and iOS

Microsoft Cortana Set to Appear on Android and iOS

amanz.net 27 May '15, 1am

Since Microsoft first introduced its own digital personal assistant, it has been getting rave reviews and a tonne of follo...

Lawsky’s Last Bitcoin Licensing Play

cbnco.biz 25 May '15, 11am

New York is on the verge of getting new licensing rules governing commercial use of virtual currencies including bitcoin. ...

The Government Could Struggle to Seize Your Bitcoin

The Government Could Struggle to Seize Your Bit...

cryptocoinsnews.com 25 May '15, 7am

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