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Study: Most Professional Training for Teachers Doesn’t Qualify as ‘High Quality’ – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

Only 20 percent of the professional development offered by districts meets the federal definition of “high quality” under the new Every Student Succeeds Act, according to researchers.

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EBR 041: What To Do If Your Ex Boyfriend Doesn’t Respond To You

Hey guys guess what time it is? Yup, it’s time for another episode of “The Ex Boyfriend Recovery Podcast!” YAY!!!!! Hold your applause ladies! I know I am awesome but we don’t want me to get a big head and think I am king of the world…. Read More….

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SECURITY THIS WEEK: THE GOVERNMENT REALLY DOESN’T SEEM TO LIKE ENCRYPTION

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SECURITY THIS WEEK: THE GOVERNMENT REALLY DOESN’T SEEM TO LIKE ENCRYPTION

This week, Andy Greenberg and Gwern Branwen uncovered the probable identity of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto—but then again, he might be a hoaxer. We took a look at malvertising, the hack that can infect your computer even if you don’t click anything. And Anonymous announced it’s launching an online operation against national embarrassment/presidential candidate Donald Trump. TheTor Project got a new executive director, who knows a thing or two about defending digital privacy. And meanwhile, the war against encryption raged on. Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. As always, click on the headlines to read the full story in each link posted. And stay safe out there! Cryptographers, civil libertarians, and privacy advocates have spoken loud and clear about how weakening encryption will make online communications and e-commerce more vulnerable (and make tech companies less competitive economically). But the war against crypto rages on in the wake of terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. President Obama is calling on tech companies to work with law enforcement in the case of “activist terrorist plotting,” and he’s hinting at a push to weaken […]

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Expert hacker: Hillary doesn’t know who read her personal email

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

At a press conference on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton tried to assure the public that there were “no security breaches” on the private server she used to send and receive emails during her time as secretary of state. But cyber experts are saying that there is no way she could know whether her account was ever compromised by hackers, who constantly attempt to detect security holes in email servers and stealthily exploit them. “There have been times when I’ve hacked into a customer’s server, collected data, and gotten out, and the customer never had any indication that their system had been compromised,” ethical hacker David Chronister of Parameter Security told Business Insider. “There’s this misconception that if someone is attacked they’ll know right away, but unless the hacker really screws up, the target won’t know until it’s too late.” The 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner also said that the personal server “was on property guarded by the Secret Service.” However, the former secretary of state did not provide details about the technical team that oversaw the personal system, which would involve several experts constantly looking for hackers if it was a government system. “You can never lock down a network enough to fully avoid […]

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US wants to hack your phone because it doesn’t have real spies it needs

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads  As Google’s Android smartphone operating system was coming under attack in fall 2012 from malware with the colorful names of “Loozfon” and “FinFisher,” the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center issued an alert to help defend against the threat. “Depending on the type of phone,” the FBI said, “the operating system may have encryption available. This can be used to protect the user’s personal data.” How times have changed. Last fall, when Apple and Google announced they were cleaning up their operating systems to ensure that their users’ information was encrypted to prevent hacking and potential data loss, FBI Director James Comey attacked both companies. He claimed the encryption would cause the users to “place themselves above the law.” The tech community fired back. “The only actions that have undermined the rule of law,” Ken Gude wrote in “Wired,” “are the government’s deceptive and secret mass-surveillance programs.” The battle resumed in February 2015. Michael Steinbach, FBI assistant director for counterterrorism, said it is “irresponsible” for companies like Google and Apple to use software that denies the FBI lawful means to intercept data. Yet the FBI does have a lawful means to intercept it: the Foreign Intelligence […]

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Just Because a Hate Crime Occurs on the Internet Doesn’t Mean It’s Not a Hate Crime – Parent Security Online

parentsecurityonline.com – Over the past few weeks, a prominent—and nearly all female— group of celebrities have had their personal accounts hacked, their private nude photos stolen and exposed for the world to see. Friday b…

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