- The Indian agency overseeing computer security will soon require VPN operators in India to collect information such as customer’s names, email addresses and the IP addresses they use to connect to the internet. Providers must maintain the data for at least five years and furnish the information to authorities when asked.
- India’s Computer Emergency Response Team has said the new rules, which will be implemented from Sept. 25, are needed to tackle cybercrime and defend the “sovereignty or integrity of India” and the security of the state.
- Hosted VPN services enable users to protect their location, browsing history, and identities by encrypting and routing their traffic through “tunnels” between their services and customers’ computers.
Alexey Pertsev, a Tornado Cash developer arrested in August by Dutch authorities over allegations of facilitating money laundering, is to stay in jail for at least another two months after his appeal was rejected.
We are supporting USDC with an eye on a number of use cases that make it easy for developers to build on top of Block’s tbDEX protocol and its Web5 decentralized identity platform.
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