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U.S. Issues Federal Guidelines to Prevent Discrimination Against Students With ADHD – Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education has issued guidelines aimed at preventing schools from discriminating against the growing numbers of students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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Chicago-area school district under federal investigation – Education Week

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Federal Reserve Records Show Dozens of Cybersecurity Breaches

WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 16:  Flags fly over the Federal Reserve Building on December 16, 2008 in Washington, D.C. The Fed began its last meeting of 2008 today, where it is expected to announced another reduction in the key interest rate, amongst other measures meant to stimulate the economy.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

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51, to be exact. The U.S. Federal Reserve detected more than 50 cyber breaches between 2011 and 2015, with several incidents described internally as “espionage,” according to Fed records. The central bank’s staff suspected hackers or spies in many of the incidents, the records show. The Fed’s computer systems play a critical role in global […]

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Federal Judge Orders Desegregation of Secondary Schools in Miss. District

In a 50-year-old case, the judge ordered the Cleveland, Miss., district to consolidate its two high schools and two middle schools to achieve desegregation.

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Schools See Less Crime, Fewer Students Feel Unsafe, Federal Data Show – Rules for Engagement – Education Week

Continuing long trend lines, fewer students report fearing harm at school, and rates of school-based victimization have also declined, the most recent federal data show.

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Federal Appeals Court Rejects Religious Challenge to Kansas Science Standards

A group alleging that Kansas science standards will result in anti-religious instruction in public schools lacked standing, the federal appeals court in Denver ruled.

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ESSA Reins In, Reshapes Federal Role in Literacy – Education Week

The new program is smaller and less prescriptive than Reading First, and it can be applied to students of all ages.

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Federal prosecutors: Southern New Jersey faces child pornography charges, could face 20-year sentence

A southern New Jersey man is facing child pornography charges.

Federal prosecutors say 37-year-old Eric Ziegler got the images and videos through a website that operated on an anonymous online network. The Williamstown man is charged with receiving child pornography and faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

The charges stem from a search warrant executed Thursday at his home. Investigators say they found 41 computer discs containing child sexual abuse, including images and video files of men having sex with young girls.

Prosecutors say law enforcement officers learned in February that a user of an online account registered at Ziegler’s home was linked to an online community of people who regularly sent and received child pornography.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation seeks hacker after 1.2 billion logins are stolen

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Federal Bureau of Investigation seeks hacker after 1.2 billion logins are stolen

That hacker, known as “mr.grey”, was identified based on data from a cybsecurity firm that announced in August 2014 that it had determined an alleged Russian crime ring was responsible for stealing information from more than 420,000 websites,THE DOCUMENTS said. Court documents made public last week, and seen by Reuters, name a mysterious force called “mr.grey” as the hacker, or group of hackers, behind last year’s attack, which is regarded as the biggest cyber heist to date. The FBI is now on the heels of a “mr.grey”, a Russian hacker who announced on hackers forums that he is selling users’ data hacked from thousands of websites, including Facebook and Twitter; the U.S.SECURITY AGENCY has linked the foreign hacker through a Russian email id to the breach of about 1.2 billion users’ data across the internet. Hold Security’s chief information security officer, Alex Holden, told Reuters that he believes the 2011 message proves the hacker, or group of hackers, has access to a large database of stolen data. Source: http://www.ledgergazette.com/federal-bureau-of-investigation-seeks-hacker-after-1-2-billion-logins-are-stolen/155356/

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Hacker/troll “weev” was charged in the wrong federal court – say The Third US Circuit Court of Appeals

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A federal appeals court Friday reversed and vacated the conviction and sentence of hacker and Internet troll Andrew “weev” Auernheimer. The case against Auernheimer, who has often been in solitary confinement for obtaining and disclosing personal data of about 140,000 iPad owners from a publicly available AT&T website, was seen as a test case on how far the authorities could go under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), the same law that federal prosecutors were invoking against Aaron Swartz. Auernheimer was accused of passing along the e-mail addresses to Gawker, which thereafter published the information in redacted form in 2010. Auernheimer was convicted in a New Jersey federal court of a felony under the CFAA for conspiracy to access AT&T’s servers against the company’s will. The government argued that the New Jersey court was a proper venue for the case because 4,500 e-mail addresses were obtained from residents there. The authorities claimed that even if the venue was improper, is should be disregarded because it did “not affect substantial rights.” The court disagreed and suggested that Auernheimer’s home state of Arkansas, where the alleged illegal activity took place, was the proper location for trial Auernheimer’s  helped co-defendant Daniel Spitler […]

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