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Today's News

Hello, and welcome to today's news. Our top stories include a SIM card swindler who has agreed to pay back a hacked crypto investor, SEC's Gensler says CFTC authority over stablecoins should be bolstered, and Chess: Hans Niemann struggles in US championship amid beefed up security.


  • A brief history of Baby Al Capone's exploits in the SIM card hacking world
  • How the SEC's Gensler believes that the CFTC should have more authority over stablecoins
  • Why Hans Niemann is struggling in the US chess championship despite improved security
  • A look at the potential future of payments technology
  • Tips for small businesses looking to take advantage of fintech opportunities
  • An exploration of the Crypto House in North Hollywood
  • Why Microsoft Office 365 Message Encryption is considered insecure
  • Details on the upcoming WSJ Tech Live event featuring Apple execs Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak
  • A look at the partnership between Meta and Microsoft and what it could mean for the future of work
  • Why Bitcoin's energy consumption is viewed as a positive by some in the crypto community
  • A rundown of this week's crypto news, including the SEC's investigation into Yuga Labs and developments in China