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Google breaks Japan's internet, DDoS botnets keep growing and central banks get interested in cryptocurrencies - Issue #24

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The Aspiring Nerd

September 5 · Issue #24 · View online
(Mostly) weekly curated articles at the crossroads of web marketing, development and technology.

Google breaks Japan’s internet, DDoS botnets keep growing and central banks get interested in cryptocurrencies.

🌍 Around the web
Google made a tiny error and it broke half the internet in Japan
Facebook says Pages that regularly share false news won’t be able to buy ads
China doubles down on real-name registration laws, forbidding anonymous online posts
🤖 Technology / AI / Blockchain
Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index
Central Banks Can’t Ignore the Cryptocurrency Boom
WireX DDoS Botnet: An Army of Thousands of Hacked Android SmartPhones
⚙️ Development / Design / DIY projects
Rapid release at massive scale at Facebook
Getting started with Puppeteer and Chrome Headless for Web Scraping
How Uploadcare Built a Stack That Handles 350M File API
🔥 Bits and pieces
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