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Sam Bankman-Fried lawyers reach agreement on use of messaging apps

Sam Bankman-Fried’s (SBF's) lawyers have reached an agreement with federal prosecutors concerning his use of messaging apps. According to a Feb. 6 court document, both parties have agreed SBF “shall not use any encrypted or ephemeral call of messaging application, including but not limited to Signal.”However, under the agreement, the

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Sam Bankman-Fried Lawyer Says Agreement Has Been Reached on Use of Messaging Apps

The two sides are asking the court to modify Bankman-Fried's bail conditions to allow him to use various messaging apps, including FaceTime, Zoom, iMessage, SMS texts, emails, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. (For WhatsApp, Bankman-Fried's cell phone must have monitoring software installed to record those messages.) Source

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Google Invests $300M in AI Firm Previously Backed by Sam Bankman-Fried

Tech giant Google recently invested a sizable sum into AI firm Anthropic to further facilitate AI deployment and use cases. Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL), via its Cloud business, has reportedly invested $300 million into artificial intelligence (AI) firm Anthropic, a firm that also received more than $500 million from former FTX CEO

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Google invests $300M in AI firm previously funded by Sam Bankman-Fried

Google Cloud has reportedly invested $300 million into artificial intelligence (AI) startup firm Anthropic, which also happened to receive over $500 million in funds from former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried about six months before FTX catastrophically collapsed.While the $300 million figure was reported by Financial Times on Feb. 4, Anthropic confirmed the

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Sam Bankman-Fried Family Subpoenas Opposed by US Government in FTX Bankruptcy Filing

The plans, set to be discussed at a Wednesday hearing, would duplicate any independent examination of the exchange’s downfall, U.S. Trustee Andrew Vara said in a legal filing made Thursday. An independent examiner has yet to be appointed. The examiner issue will be discussed at a Monday hearing, with new

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