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Yesterday, Bitcoin tipping service ChangeTip announced that it had exceed 10,000 user generated bitcoin tips in one day, marking a milestone in the phenomenon of microtransacted bitcoin tipping across the Internet.

As a currency that can be broken down into extremely tiny fractions and still traded, Bitcoin has always had an ephemeral edge when it comes to the potential for microtransactions. There may be potential problems with transaction fees (which are tiny) but it still stands out as an excellent method for remitting very small amounts. This makes Bitcoin perfect for tipping.

This led to the rise of tip botsone of the most notable is the Reddit BitcoinTip bot, which has since been consumed by the ChangeTip bot.

The ChangeTip service enables users to tip others with bitcoin via many social media outlets by simply leaving a comment that triggers the service. The bot works on Reddit, YouTube, Twitter, GitHub, Google Plus, Tumblr, and StockTwits. Tipping actions can be customized as well allowing users to set tip amounts to symbols (or words) such as @changetip 1 beer if beer were set to 50 mBTC or something similar would then tip that amount.

There will be a 1% fee to withdraw tipped funds from ChangeTip beginning January 15, 2015.

Tipping has been a function of the Bitcoin community for some time now, but recently its gained a great deal of traction and ChangeTip has been reaping the benefits.

Aside from breaking the 10,000 tips per day milestone, ChangeTip also reported that it has built up a userbase of over 34,000 user accounts.

Our community extends from San Francisco to New York, from Tokyo to Buenos Aires and its growing quickly, says Nick Sullivan, ChangeTIp CEO. We are proud that this growth has come organically, primarily through word of mouth.

Right on the cusp of this surge in bitcoin tipping, Bitcoin wallet Coinbase released its own tipping mechanism. However, instead of going the social media route, Coinbase offers a type of donate button that can be attached to web pages.

In the social media tipping market, ChangeTip is still leaderand fairly much the only show in townbut it likely wont be long for others to catch up.

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Former treasurer Peter Costello and Future Fund chairman appears before the Finance Estimates committee at Parliament House. Photo: Andrew Meares

Former treasurer Peter Costello has offered some veiled advice to the Abbott government on how to collect more tax revenue, saying it would be easier to tighten Australia’s domestic tax laws rather than chase multinational corporations.

The chairman of the Future Fund has also defended the fund’s use of tax havens, saying the fund does not actually pay tax in Australia so it has no taxes to avoid.

The former treasurer who made a rare appearance before senate estimates in Canberra on Thursday said it was getting more difficult for modern governments to pinpoint the precise location of economic activity.

He said this was making it harder for governments to maintain their revenues, and that was why it was best to target domestic forms of taxation that were well-understood.

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“In the world of electronic transfer and the internet, and mobile capital, and mobile income, your best tax bases are always going to be ones that are local,” Mr Costello told senators.

“That’s why people say land taxes, consumption taxes we know where your consumption takes place PAYG, because we know where the income of a PAYG person is derived, they’re going to be your best taxes and the rest you’re just going to have to negotiate as best you can on your double taxation agreements,” he said.

“It’s one reason why we had to introduce a GST, because consumption is very local, you can ‘get’ that. But when you’re dealing with companies like Apple or Google or [others] all around the world, it’s very hard.”

Mr Costello, who was Treasurer of Australia from 1996 to 2007, also defended the Future Fund’s use of tax havens, and its investment in fossil fuels.

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Former treasurer Peter Costello and Future Fund chairman appears before the Finance Estimates committee at Parliament House. Photo: Andrew Meares

Former treasurer Peter Costello has offered some veiled advice to the Abbott government on how to collect more tax revenue, saying it would be easier to tighten Australia’s domestic tax laws rather than chase multinational corporations.

The chairman of the Future Fund has also defended the fund’s use of tax havens, saying the fund does not actually pay tax in Australia so it has no taxes to avoid.

The former treasurer who made a rare appearance before senate estimates in Canberra on Thursday said it was getting more difficult for modern governments to pinpoint the precise location of economic activity.

He said this was making it harder for governments to maintain their revenues, and that was why it was best to target domestic forms of taxation that were well-understood.

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“In the world of electronic transfer and the internet, and mobile capital, and mobile income, your best tax bases are always going to be ones that are local,” Mr Costello told senators.

“That’s why people say land taxes, consumption taxes we know where your consumption takes place PAYG, because we know where the income of a PAYG person is derived, they’re going to be your best taxes and the rest you’re just going to have to negotiate as best you can on your double taxation agreements,” he said.

“It’s one reason why we had to introduce a GST, because consumption is very local, you can ‘get’ that. But when you’re dealing with companies like Apple or Google or [others] all around the world, it’s very hard.”

Mr Costello, who was Treasurer of Australia from 1996 to 2007, also defended the Future Fund’s use of tax havens, and its investment in fossil fuels.

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Bill Cosbys career has been deeply rooted in the possibilities and protections provided by freedom of speech.

The legendary comedian and actors career began with landmark comedy routines in which he tackled sensitive racial subjects. He was the first African American male with a starring role on TV, in the 1960s series I Spy.

The iconic late-1980s, early-1990s sitcom The Cosby Show featured an affluent, professional black family that countered decades of denigrating stereotypes. And, most recently, hes made headlines and created a few critics as a public observer and candid counselor on matters involving race and fellow African Americans.

Claims have now come to light across various media that Cosby drugged and then sexually assaulted a number of young women, in incidents reaching back into the 1960s. Various news reports say no criminal charges are likely because of statutory time limits on prosecution.

The Cosby furor exploded in social media in recent days, starting with video of comedian Hannibal Buress inviting an audience to Google Bill Cosby rape, while riffing on what he said was Cosbys current curmudgeonly posture.

In an ironic twist, Cosby himself helped call attention to those making the assault claims when his Twitter account asked fans to create memes images intended to spread quickly throughout the Internet about him. What likely was attended as a feel-good PR stunt backfired as the images contained comments about the assault claims.

Then, in a pre-taped National Public Radio interview aired on Nov. 15, in which Cosby and his wife, Camille, had been talking about their collection of African art, NPR host Scott Simon switched subjects: This question gives me no pleasure, Mr. Cosby, but there have been serious allegations raised about you in recent days. When Cosby did not speak, Simon continued, Youre shaking your head no. Im in the news business. I have to ask the question. Do you have any response to those charges? Still, silence from Cosby. So Simon ended the one-sided exchange by saying he had wanted to afford Cosby the chance to speak out.

In the days since, more women have come forward with graphic claims of sexual assault. Appearances on television and entertainment projects involving Cosby have been cancelled, and his lawyer says no response is forthcoming. But such actions that once would once have resulted in a low profile are being swept aside in an ongoing social media tide Cosbys critics continue to range across Facebook, Twitter and other social media.

Weve seen such controversies play out in the news media in the past in very different ways.

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Former federal treasurer Peter Costello. Photo: Glenn Hunt

Former treasurer Peter Costello has offered some veiled advice to the Abbott government on how to collect more tax revenue, saying it would be easier to tighten Australia’s domestic tax laws rather than chase multinational corporations.

The chairman of the Future Fund has also defended the fund’s use of tax havens, saying the fund does not actually pay tax in Australia so it has no taxes to avoid.

The former treasurer who made a rare appearance before senate estimates in Canberra on Thursday said it was getting more difficult for modern governments to pinpoint the precise location of economic activity.

He said this was making it harder for governments to maintain their revenues, and that was why it was best to target domestic forms of taxation that were well-understood.

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“In the world of electronic transfer and the internet, and mobile capital, and mobile income, your best tax bases are always going to be ones that are local,” Mr Costello told senators.

“That’s why people say land taxes, consumption taxes we know where your consumption takes place PAYG, because we know where the income of a PAYG person is derived, they’re going to be your best taxes and the rest you’re just going to have to negotiate as best you can on your double taxation agreements,” he said.

“It’s one reason why we had to introduce a GST, because consumption is very local, you can ‘get’ that. But when you’re dealing with companies like Apple or Google or [others] all around the world, it’s very hard.”

Mr Costello, who was Treasurer of Australia from 1996 to 2007, also defended the Future Fund’s use of tax havens, and its investment in fossil fuels.

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The Lincolnshire based company, SEO Traffic Lab, has joined with Google to deliver a digital marketing event with serious punch.

Two Google representatives will answer questions from a full room of attendees on AdWords during a day of seminars on, Pay Per Click (PPC), Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), and Content Marketing. The SEO Traffic Lab team are fired up ready to deliver some Ecommerce site enhancing top tips to their engaged audience.

The event provides plenty of opportunity for networking and the team answer any digital marketing questions that come up throughout the day. The fact that Google have honoured Lincolnshire with their presence is a big triumph for the SEO Traffic Lab team and for local businesses as a whole.

Richard Hill, the Managing Director of SEO Traffic Lab had this to say: Google coming to Lincolnshire and to our offices is a huge bonus for the event. These events are always such a buzz because we have lots of businesses in and we are excited to help them. This one, I think, will be that little bit special. Its a year on from when we launched them so we are running it as a free event. Google are coming down to offer their expertise and we have filled the room. I cant wait should be a very productive day for everyone attending.

The LabLive events attract local as well as national businesses who need help with their SEO or digital marketing on a whole. Companies usually arrive with specific problems like site speed, poor page authority, in the aftermath of a Google penalty, or simply struggling to get any traction with a target audience. SEO Traffic Lab deliver a full day of talks with lots of opportunity to receive one to one advice/guidance and make sure businesses leave The Labs head offices fully informed as to what needs to be done to optimise the company site.

About SEO Traffic Lab

SEO Traffic Lab is a Lincolnshire based SEO & Digital Marketing Company focused on Performance Driven Digital Marketing with offices in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire and London. They have delivered across a variety of competitive industries including finance, fashion, motor and home to name a few. SEO is no longer an invisible force that operates behind a website faade. It has evolved as a concept and is now very much content driven so SEO expertise has melded with quality content that gets branding and message in front of its maximum audience.

To follow the event up close and in person hook up to the Twitter hashtag #LabLive. For more events of this kind monitor the LabLive official page: https://www.seotrafficlab.com/lablive

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However, Google responded by filing an anti-SLAPP motion a legal tactic used to quickly challenge lawsuits that seek to stifle free speech, under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

The ruling underlines the stark difference in how US and European authorities approach the issue of search engine regulation.

In Europe, regulators are in the process of imposing a series of measures such as forcing Google to display rivals’ ads in prominent places to address the companys allegedly anti-competitive practices.

Rivals have complained that Google is abusing its three quarters share of the web search market to artificially promote its own specialist services, such as shopping comparison and restaurant reviews.

If the case had gone to court and Google had lost it would be liable for fines of up to a tenth of its $50bn (30.7bn) global turnover. However, Google cut a deal with the European Commission in February.

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The regulation of Google’s search results has come up from time to time over the past decade, and although the idea has gained some traction in Europe (most recently with right to be forgotten laws), courts and regulatory bodies in the US have generally agreed that Google’s search results are considered free speech. That consensus was upheld last Thursday, when a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled in favor of Google’s right to order its search results as it sees fit.

The owner ofa website called CoastNews,S. Louis Martin, argued that Google was unfairly putting CoastNews too far down in search results, while Bing and Yahoo were turning up CoastNews in the number one spot. CoastNews claimed that violated antitrust laws. It also took issue withGoogle’s refusal to deliver ads to its website after CoastNews posted photographs of a nudist colony in the Santa Cruz mountains.

Google then filed an anti-SLAPP motion against the plaintiff. Anti-SLAPP regulations in California allow courts to throw out lawsuits at an early stage if they’re intended to stifle free speech rights.In this case, the judge agreed[PDF] that Google was permitted by the First Amendment to organize its search results as it saw fit.

Defendant has met its burden of showing that the claims asserted against it arise from constitutionally protected activity, the judge’s order read.

More powerful companies have also taken issue with Google’s ordering of search results to no avail. Back in 2011, a Senate antitrust subcommittee began an investigation of Google’s search results under the premise that Google’s size could lead to anticompetitive behavior. The FTC also launched an investigation into Google’s practices, but the company came away unscathed after the 19-month-long ordeal.

In 2012, Google commissioned a white paper by prominent UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh and attorney Donald Falk in which the two concluded that Google’s search engine is protected by the First Amendment because it “uses sophisticated computerized algorithms, but those algorithms themselves inherently incorporate the search engine company engineers’ judgments about what material users are likely to find responsive to these queries.”

Ars contacted Volokh regarding this recent ruling, and he said that if anything, the search engine’s status as protected by the First Amendment is stronger today than it was before. This is especially true given a recent ruling in a case involving Chinese search engine Baidu, which was sued in America by pro-democracy activists for censoring political speech from US users. Nevertheless, the Manhattan US District judge in that case ruled that the search engine could organize its search results as it liked because it was protected by the First Amendment.

Newspapers, guidebooksand, for that matter, Ars Technicahave a First Amendment right to choose which stories are worth publishing, and which businesses are worth covering, Volokh wrote to Ars in an e-mail. Likewise, Google (a modern heir of the guidebook) can choose which pages to prominently display (and thus implicitly recommend as relevant and interesting) to readers and which pages arent worth displaying so prominentlyor arent worth displaying at all.

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Google, Apple and other big names in consumer technology are imploring Congress to pass a bill to curb the surveillance powers of the National Security Agency. More than a year after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked classified documents detailing the breadth of NSA spying powers, the U.S. Senate this week is expected to begin weighing the USA Freedom Act. The bill sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., would set limits on the bulk collection of Americans Internet data. Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Twitter and other tech giants on Sunday sent an open letter to the Senate imploring it to reform government surveillance techniques. Since forming the Reform Government Surveillance coalition last year, our companies have continued to invest in strengthening the security of our services and increasing transparency, the letter said. Now, the Senate has the opportunity to send a strong message of change to the world and encourage other countries to adopt similar protections.

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Technology companies lobby Senate to pass USA Freedom Act to curb NSA surveillance powers and enhance transparency disclosures. Photograph: Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images

A coalition of technology and internet companies is lobbying to curb US National Security Agency surveillance powers and for more transparency on government data requests.

The Reform Government Surveillance coalition, including Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft and Apple, added its support for the race to pass a bill through the US Senate before the end of the year, which would inhibit mass data collection from emails and internet metadata.

The Senate has an opportunity this week to vote on the bipartisan USA Freedom Act, said the coalition in an open letter sent to the Senate. We urge you to pass the bill, which both protects national security and reaffirms Americas commitment to the freedoms we all cherish.

The bill would also allow technology companies to disclose the number and types of data demands from government as part of the continued transparency push from the industry.

If the USA Freedom Act fails to pass through the Senate before the end of the year the process will have to restart in January, and will be scrutinised by a new Congress controlled a Republican party more favourable to government surveillance.

The USA Freedom Act was passed through the House of Representatives in May with bipartisan support and is now set for a vote in the Senate after Nevada Democrat and Senate majority leader Harry Reid filed a procedural motion to have the bill heard.

Privacy advocates and technology groups championed the bill originally but many revoked their support after compromises expanded the definition of what data the government can collect.

The Senate vote on 18 November will allow debate on amendments to begin on the bill, although whether enough senators will vote in favour is unknown.

Gary Shapiro, chief executive of the Consumer Electronics Association, which represents hundreds of technology companies globally and hosts the largest electronics trade show in the world International CES, wrote an open letter urging support for the bill.

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