Berkeley’s decision to incorporate blockchain into microbond financing program sparks controversy

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After Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced the city's plans to incorporate blockchain into the municipal bond system, several residents expressed their concerns, particularly regarding the technology's security and environmental impact.

Residents expressed concerns following an announcement by Mayor Arreguín sharing the city’s plans to incorporate blockchain into the municipal bond system. 
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Stand up for whistleblowers: Reporters’ records are not up for grabs

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: To protect freedom of the press, the Department of Justice must be held accountable for its actions.

The actions of the DOJ set a disturbing precedent for local newsrooms that likely won’t have resources for litigation. If local or national governments demanded email logs or phone records of a small-scale paper, it might have no choice but to oblige.
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150 Years of The Daily Californian

We scoured more than 100 years of digital archives to highlight notable events from campus and Daily Cal history. From the very first game at Memorial Stadium to the Milo Yiannopoulos protests, we compiled headlines from nearly every decade since the Daily Cal was founded in 1871. So sit back, relax and take a scroll through history.
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