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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet
A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
AMAA: Got questions re the FEC Bitcoin decision? I wrote the request.
Howdy all. This is Sai, founder of Make Your Laws. I wrote our request to the FEC regarding Bitcoin contributions to political campaigns, as well as our comments on CAF's request (which deadlocked last year). There've been a bunch of stories about this lately; some excellent and accurate, some not as much. If you have any questions, comments, etc., I'll be happy to answer 'em here. PS Just in case: I'll consider any btc/doge tips here to be meant for me-personally, not MYL PAC, since MYL PAC can't accept anonymous contributions on Reddit. :-P PPS FYI: as soon as we launch (I'm still coding!), you'll be able to donate BTC to any US political entity on our site (starting at the Federal level just for compliance / practicality reasons, then expanding). Make an account & you'll get a beta invite. Coders/designers wanted; see the 4-slide tl;dr pdf. Proof.
FEC.gov website doxes me for my $1 donation but elites can use dark fiat money groups to donate millions anonymously. But Bitcoin Bad!
A while back, I had donated $1 to a democrat, to keep their anti-war voice on the DNC debate stage. I was under the (wrongful) impression that small donations were anonymous. Nope, my name, employer, city, state, zip code, & donation are listed on the FEC.gov website. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/ Meanwhile, elites can donate millions anonymously through dark money groups.
Dark money In the politics of the United States, dark money refers to political spending by nonprofit organizations — for example, 501(c)(4) (social welfare) 501(c)(5) (unions) and 501(c)(6) (trade association) groups — that are not required to disclose their donors. Such organizations can receive unlimited donations from corporations, individuals and unions. In this way, their donors can spend funds to influence elections, without voters knowing where the money came from.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_money
Seems like a rigged game, especially when individuals can be attacked or fired for their political beliefs. But don't invest in Bitcoin, cause some poor criminals used it! /s
formal legal memos about their interpretation of the 4th Amendment and other law
security directives, management directives, SOPs, etc (both historical and current), ranging from procedures for screening people at checkpoints to responses to terrorism incidents to things we don't know about yet but are probably going to be interesting
policies about people with disabilities, medical liquids, trans people, etc
training documents, e.g. about the "behavior detection" ("SPOT") program
etc. etc. etc.
Seriously, it's a lot. I have until January 30 to file my biggest brief in the case — an opposition to their motion for summary judgment — and I need help. I'm doing this on my own, which means I can't get a single cent for the many hours I've spent on this over the last three years, even if I totally win. (See Kay v Ehrler.) Unlike the AUSA who's opposing me, I don't have a paralegal, legal researcher, dozens of agency staff working on it for three years, etc. I just have me. I'm working on this because I think it's in the public interest. Plus, I'm poor and have multiple serious disabilities. It's not a fair fight. In short, I need your help to even the odds. What I need
Paralegals, to research and draft arguments about various questions of law, e.g.:
how the Rehabilitation Act § 508 (the federal equivalent of the ADA) combines with the format requirements of FOIA, and require them to give me electronic records, original metadata, etc. rather than scans of printouts (seriously, that's their preferred redaction method)
Document reviewers, to look through docs I've gotten to date, were disclosed in other cases, etc., and e.g.:
notice and catalogue other documents are mentioned or implied to exist but haven't been disclosed to me
read between the lines of various exemptions they've claimed so far to find out what's probably being hidden, what might be withheld because it's embarrassing, what's just plain BS, what might actually be a legitimate withholding, etc
reverse-engineer the redactions (and statistics) on a previously-secret study about TSA's "behavior detection" program
use Google-fu, PACER, etc to find out about other documents that should have been given to me but weren't, who the various people are that show up in documents, whether anything they're trying to withhold is available elsewhere, etc
Journalists & editors to work with me on coordinated publishing of documents with writeups (embargoed on litigation considerations).
People who work for the TSA, to help me with various things (as confidential sources). See my secure contact info @ https://s.ai/contact.
Access to Westlaw or Lexis, e.g. to do Shepardization and other legal research — either directly (if someone can get me an account) or through someone looking things up for me.
Money (via my Patreon, PayPal, or Bitcoin — to pay for my own costs of living, legal research (like PACER fees), and possibly to pay paralegals or document reviewers to do work for me.
Because this is in active litigation, people working on this would have to sign a nondisclosure agreement. I need to fully control what is published (and when), make all the legal decisions, etc. Some things will need to stay private permanently, e.g. where it touches on my legal strategy or decisions. That said, I routinely make nearly all of my legal research public; I do open source work where I can; I make all legal filings in the case freely public; etc. I am being as open as I can, given the limitations of litigation.
I want to have first publication rights, or at least credit, for resulting documents — i.e. to not get scooped after years of work. I intend to publish everything I get, except for a very small amount of stuff that's about me-personally. However, I want to delay publication while I'm fighting to get better documents (e.g. less redaction, better quality, etc). I also want to write it up journalistically (or make sure someone else is doing so), not just dump raw documents indiscriminately. For most of it, I'd be happy to simply give the documents to other journalists on embargo, so long as I get credit as the source. For a few things that are particularly high value or particular interest to me, I want my name on the byline.
I might be able to recoup the costs of paying paralegals or document reviewers, but that's an open question of law. I'd be interested in e.g. contingency-based payment for people helping me, or contingent return of money for supporters funding significant amounts. However, I can't guarantee that I will get to stick the government with those costs, even if I win the case. (I will try, of course.)
My legal cred I'm not (yet) a lawyer (I'm applying to law schools for fall 2017), but I do have significant legal experience, e.g.:
I won an injunction against the TSA for their violation of the Rehabilitation Act / APA, and was declared the prevailing party in that lawsuit, with costs awarded.
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Howdy /r/bitcoin - It took a lot of code to comply with FEC regulations but the Mayday PAC can finally accept Bitcoin donations. Please spread the word (and check out /r/MaydayPAC or Mayday.US for more info)
FEC Delays Decision on Allowing Bitcoin to Political Contributions (3-3 Deadlock)
For now there is no news on Draft D of the advisory opinion allowing Bitcions to be used for political contributions. The vote ended in a 3-3 deadlock. However the resounding consensus is that it will be an eventual "yes", its just the commission doesn't feel comfortable with their level of knowledge of bitcoin, and the state of the draft to open the floodgates.
Crypto Week : Bitcoin Cost Drop, Hacks, and FEC Regulations
Regardless of the precipitous fall, analysts have remained optimistic in the main as a result of Mt. Gox liquidation is regarding for 2018, and also the impending launch of Coinbase custody which is foreseen to draw institutional traders to the cryptocurrency marketplaces. Bitcoin is down 8 may 1945 this seven days continuing a trend of a practically 200th drop regarding the last month.
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Eines Tages, nachdem es Bitcoin Schlagzeilen gemacht hat, obwohl, die FEC sagte, dass es verzögern würde jede Abstimmung über die Anfrage, die einige überrascht. Allerdings wurde von The Hill berichtet, dass FEC-Kommissare optimistisch sind, dass ein Kompromiss zwischen beiden Seiten erreicht werden kann. Ein Kompromiss wäre, eine Kappe auf Spenden, wie die $ 100 maximale Beitrag zu setzen. In Advisory Opinion 2014-02, the Commission concluded that a committee can purchase bitcoins with funds from its campaign depository for investment purposes.The bitcoins do not need to be deposited in a campaign depository within 10 days of receipt. Bitcoins may be received into and held in a bitcoin wallet until the committee liquidates them. The Federal Election Commission (FEC) deadlocked Thursday on a proposal to allow donations involving bitcoin in political campaigns, dealing a significant setback for proponents of emerging ... FEC reporting example illustrating how a House or Senate campaign should disclose contributions received in the form of bitcoin. The curious case between the FEC, bitcoin Regulation April 28, 2014 . 4 Businesses That Have Embraced Cryptocurrency Markets January 21, 2020 . Buy Bitcoin with Paypal Using 5 Easy Steps Bitcoin June 5, 2018 . Your 3 Step Beginner’s Guide to Buying Dash Altcoins June 2, 2018 . Will bitcoin be a good investment in 2016? Press Releases June 30, 2016 . BitPay Partners With New York Stem Cell ...
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