Monthly Archives: July 2016

3 Ex-Bankers in Ireland Sentenced for Fraud

3 Ex-Bankers in Ireland Sentenced for Fraud      DUBLIN (AP) — Three former senior bankers were sent to prison Friday for their roles in concealing the loss of billions in deposits at the defunct Anglo Irish Bank, the biggest accounting fraud … Continue reading

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A FAMED HACKER IS GRADING THOUSANDS OF PROGRAMS — AND MAY REVOLUTIONIZE SOFTWARE IN THE PROCESS

AT THE BLACK HAT cybersecurity conference in 2014, industry luminary Dan Geer, fed up with the prevalence of vulnerabilities in digital code, made a modest proposal: Software companies should either make their products open source so buyers can see what they’re getting and tweak what … Continue reading

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Food industry strategies derailing effective sugar regulation in the European Union

A spoonful of sugar How the food lobby fights sugar regulation in the EU Food industry strategies derailing effective sugar  regulation in the European Union This report zooms in on food industry strategies derailing effective sugar  regulation in the European … Continue reading

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Breaking News: @NAACP calls for national moratorium on charters

https://cloakinginequity.com/ https://cloakinginequity.com/2016/07/29/breaking-news-naacp-calls-for-national-moratorium-on-charters/ K-12 Amendments to Dem Platform: Charters, Testing, Curriculum, and Discipline  

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SSA Confirmed and Unacceptable: Social Security Administration Cutting Off Users Who Can’t Receive Text Messages

Social Security texting snafu underscores customer service woes   The technology snafu started when the SSA added “multifactor authentication” to log on to MySSA customer accounts. It was a well-intentioned move to satisfy an executive order by U.S. President Barack … Continue reading

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