Law Decoded: Green lights of the SEC, black flags of Binance, Nov. 13–20

Law Decoded: Green lights of the SEC, black flags of Binance, Nov. 13–20

Libel laws and new faces at the U.S. securities regulator lead the week's news. Editor's noAmid a political news cycle that has been stuck in a nauseating loop, covering crypto is often refreshing. Partisan forces have yet to dig out the trenches. A lot of the current task is just getting working definitions in play. Meanwhile, the technology advances at a mind-boggling rate, and there are still enough outrageous scams, absurd tomfoolery and indeed general skulduggery to keep everything from getting dull.Speaking of skulduggery, I will begin this week with a comment on a challenge to....


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