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The misinformation about the "Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017," which the U.S. House of Representatives is combining with the "Fix NICS Act," and voting... [Read More]
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Should all of us start to see our cell phones as something sinister, as sneaky, ever-watching Big Brother eyes following us everywhere we go? [Read More]
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On Cyber Monday how does someone navigate quickly to the right gifts while still being confident they are getting good online deals? Here are some... [Read More]
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Enough is enough. [Read More]
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In just the five years between 2010 and 2015, the number of U.S. teens who felt useless and joyless surged 33 percent in large national... [Read More]
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Congress is quietly moving to tighten its security with member-only "listening sessions." This is related to a group of IT administrators, mostly from Pakistan, who... [Read More]
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Congress has just over two months to reauthorize or alter controversial NSA surveillance powers before they expire. A bipartisan attempt to tweak the controversial parts... [Read More]
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Jim Gilmore, former governor of Virginia who campaigned for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, says that new ways of communicating with voters via... [Read More]
None of the six officially vetted IT firms that do work for congressional offices employed Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz's (D-FL) now indicted IT aide, Imran... [Read More]
Perhaps you've lost track of the Democrat's slowly exploding IT scandal, as much of the media is doing all it can to simply ignore it... [Read More]
Imran Awan, the IT professional Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) kept on her congressional payroll long after it became known he was under investigation by... [Read More]
Protecting ourselves online in the U.S. has more to do with stopping online identity thieves, hackers and other criminals trying to install malware (even ransomware)... [Read More]
Intelligence Director Dan Coats is coaxing Congress to renew the FISA Amendments Act, a 2008 law that allows the NSA to tap into the communications... [Read More]
Cellphone-tracking devices originally designed for use on foreign battlefields in Iraq are now being used by police departments in at least 23 states and the... [Read More]
Some on both sides of the political spectrum are starting to ask if companies such as Google and Facebook should be regulated as public utilities.... [Read More]
Apple just announced its "huge" list of new products, including its iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Tim Cook, Apples' CEO, said, "Our teams have been... [Read More]
In the name of 'Homeland Security.'... [Read More]
DreamHost, a Los Angeles-based web hosting provider, says the Department of Justice (DOJ) wants them to hand over an 1.3 million visitor IP addresses that... [Read More]
To keep our freedom, we need to understand how this is affecting us and what we can do about it. Because our government is increasingly... [Read More]
An IT scandal involving perhaps dozens of Democrats in Congress is advancing so fast that it can be hard to keep up with the details... [Read More]
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