Facebook Opposes ACLU, Urges Court To Let Stand ‘Hacking’ Decision

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Facebook is asking a federal appellate court to let stand its recent ruling that the defunct aggregation service Power Ventures violated a federal hacking law by “scraping” Facebook’s site. The social networking company wants the court to reject arguments by The…

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Court Backs Discipline For Off-Campus Acts – Education Week

A 7th grader’s sexual harassment of two younger students in a city park adjacent to their school was not protected under the First Amendment as off-campus speech, a federal appeals court has ruled. View full post on Education Week: Bullying #pso #htcs #b4inc Read More The post Court Backs Discipline…

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Longmont’s ‘topless barber’ returns to court in September

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Arraignment of a 48-year-old woman — who was accused in 2013 of offering topless barbering services in Johnstown and Loveland — is slated for Sept. 9 in Boulder County. Suzette Hall, also known as Suzette Dawe, was arrested by Longmont The…

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Microsoft Turns to Court to Break Hacker Ring

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans ALEXANDRIA, Va. (CN) — In a federal complaint against a hacker collective, Microsoft charges that Strontium as a cyber-theft operation waging an international campaign of malware and virus attacks on public and private servers. Strontium The post Microsoft Turns to Court…

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