Obama has backed down over a cyberwar with Syria. Why?

To hear American masters on computer warfare let it know, the United States has digital weapons that could disable the Syrian government’s air barrier, upset military correspondences, and thump out the force framework. Yet President Barack Obama seems to have taken the choice of digital strike off the table. The…

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SUE firms over data breaches – FTC gets judicial thumbs-up

For Data breaches, US federal judge took a very positive step and affirmed the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to file lawsuits against companies for failing to take “reasonable and appropriate” data security measures, rejecting a claim that the agency lacks that power. District Judge Esther Salas of the US District…

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Russia swipe IPads over privacy concerns

  When it comes to privacy, everyone seems to be weiry on internet and Russian officials are also not an exception. Russian ministers have decided to leave ipad and choose Samsung devices because they believe that Apple with its American specifications might not be secure for them to handle confidential…

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When life happens, just get over it!

As Black women in America, we are often told that “we have to do what we have to do.” But what if you have just experienced the loss of a loved one, divorce, rape, abuse, or harassment on the job?  After recently dealing with the loss of my great-uncle, who…

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