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Hong Kong’s Apple Daily to Live on in Blockchain, Free of Censors

Some cyber activists are uploading articles from HK's pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper to decentralized file storage platform ARWeave, where they can live on uncensored. Meanwhile, the U.S. government has seized dozens of American website domains connected to Iran. "The Hash" hosts discuss the importance of blockchain use cases, especially what it means for free press and the future of journalism, plus the fast-growing rise in global crypto-related bans.

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