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Tag: internet

Property Rights in the Digital Paradigm

Many claim that the internet is “open” or public, but this defies the fundamental nature of how property works. “Common property” does not exist in the digital realm since bandwidth is scarce.

Elon Musk’s Bizarre Twitter Marketing Strategy

Nickolas Roberson | United States Elon Musk is quite a curious and peculiar individual. The man has 120-hour work weeks and sleeps in his factories for days at a time, and he has also been seen insulting an analyst during a Tesla earnings call. Musk also appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast, discussed his companies and ...

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VIDEO: Utah Senator Eats Weed Gummy Bears

Utah State Senator Jim Dabakis eats marijuana gummy bears on video.

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YouTube Down Across Servers Worldwide

With YouTube down across the world, users cannot be sure of the cause of the crash or when the social platform giant will return to function.

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The Democratic Party Doesn’t Care about America’s Youth

The Democratic Party claims to care about America's youth, but their policies prove that they would only make things a lot worse.

Social Media Shouldn’t Be Free

If users really want to be the client instead of the product they should be willing to pay for the privilege.

Ripple And Bill Clinton Are A Match Made In Heaven

The Former President Is Set To Speak At Cryptocurrency Event

The Free Market: Everybody Wants It, Everybody Hates It

I am suggesting that the free market and competition can often bring desired results, and the consumer in many cases yield a lot more power than the masses seem willing to admit.

Joe Hannoush – Libertarian for Florida House District Twenty-Five

Joe Hannoush is the Libertarian candidate for District Twenty-Five of the Florida House of Representatives.

Cryptocurrency Payments May Return On Reddit

By Nick Hamilton | United States During an interview with Cheddar, Chris Stowe, the CTO of Reddit, asserted that Reddit hopes to bring back payments dealing with Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), and Ethereum (ETH). Reddit stopped accepting Bitcoin in March of this year, when the Coinbase Merchant Services were experiencing some technical difficulties and bugs. ...

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