A Missouri-based cyber-crime prevention network is advising parents to start teaching their children about cyber security from the time the kids are toddlers. Savvycyberkids.org says children are beginning to use technology at an increasingly younger age, so experts say privacy, bullying protection and online safety should be taught along with the ABCs and 1-2-3s. However, [continue reading...]
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Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector: communications The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has ruled that even though a company handed a Coast Guard small business set-aside contract to provide satellite services was later categorized as other than a small business by the Small Business Administration, the Coast Guard’s award should nonetheless stand and a competitor’s protest […]
Calling a team the “Redskins” is offensive to Native Americans, period. President Barack Obama seems to agree after noting in a recent interview that the Washington Redskins should think about changing their name when considering how many people are offended by its use. Obama told the Associated Press: Read More….