The World Series of Hacking—without humans

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The World Series of Hacking—without humans

LAS VEGAS—On a raised floor in a ballroom at the Paris Hotel, seven competitors stood silently. These combatants had fought since 9:00am, and nearly $4 million in prize money loomed over all the proceedings. Now some 10 hours later, their

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Hackers hit 330,000 cash registers to steal your credit card data

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Hackers hit 330,000 cash registers to steal your credit card data

Keeping your credit card details safe is getting harder and harder these days. Cybercriminals are trying to steal your information no matter where you use your card. In the last year, we’ve seen attacks on restaurants, retail stores, hotels and

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Phases of Teaching from The Teacher Locker Series

Welcome to the Teacher Locker Series where we are unlocking secrets and revealing the perfect combination of resources to have an effective and successful start to the new school year. No matter how many years […]

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Why Opal hackers are still hunting savings

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Why Opal hackers are still hunting savings

New data shows that “Opal runners” are still actively seeking public transport savings.
There are only three weeks left until the rules for using the Opal public transport smartcard in Sydney change, and you’ll no longer be entitled to the

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Pelosi Reportedly Receiving ‘Obscene and Sick Calls’ Since Hacker Released Dem. Phone Numbers

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of Calif. speaks during her weekly news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 19, 2016. In a breakthrough, House Republicans and Democrats have agreed to a deal to help rescue Puerto Rico from $70 billion in debt.  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

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Pelosi Reportedly Receiving ‘Obscene and Sick Calls’ Since Hacker Released Dem. Phone Numbers

This past week Washington Democrats were hit with yet another security hack. This time, Gucifer 2.0, the hacker behind the release of thousands of internal emails at the Democratic National Committee, released the personal contact information of many House Democrats.

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Swarms of Predatory Hackers Menace Olympic Tourists in Brazil

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Swarms of Predatory Hackers Menace Olympic Tourists in Brazil

As if the crime, political instability, dicey infrastructure, questionable sanitation, and Zika weren’t bad enough, Olympic tourists also find themselves set upon by swarms of predatory hackers.
NBC News warns that security experts call Rio de Janeiro “one of the

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Houston school board OKs $1.2M to remove Confederate names – Education Week

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Children’s Choir Surprises Disney Princess With Incredible A Cappella

You will rarely see a Disneyland cast member out of character. Their job is to make every park visitor’s Disney experience feel real and magical.

So when one of the park’s most beloved princesses is moved to tears by the people she’s supposed to entertain, you know it’s something special.

Enter the 45th African Children’s Choir, a singing group of underprivileged children from Uganda that tours the United States raising awareness of the problems in Africa.

During a recent trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, the choir surprised Belle with an impromptu a cappella performance at a meet and greet session.

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Group to advocate for Indiana pre-kindergarten programming – Education Week

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10 Golden Rules For Moms Raising Sons

Years ago, I struck up a conversation with a woman who was preparing for her son’s upcoming wedding. At the time, my sons were still quite young and I asked her what her relationship was like with her adult son. She told me it was good because she followed the golden rules of raising sons.

Golden rules? This is great, I thought. I’m about to get a good dose of helpful advice.

“Here’s what you do,” she said, “Wear beige, keep your pocketbook open, and your mouth shut.”

In other words, be an invisible, mute ATM if you want to have good relationships with your boys.

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