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Committee Democrats Introduce Three Bills to Improve Consumer Cybersecurity

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Republican National Committee prevented Russian hackers

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Republican National Committee prevented Russian hackers

Russian computer hackers targeted the databases of the Republican National Committee (RNC) but failed to penetrate its security defenses, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing U.S. officials with knowledge of the attempted intrusion.
Russian hackers attacked the RNC

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JUNTA WEIGHS EMERGENCY CYBER COMMITTEE WITH CENSORSHIP POWERS

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JUNTA WEIGHS EMERGENCY CYBER COMMITTEE WITH CENSORSHIP POWERS

Citing urgent cyberthreats, a junta-appointed body Monday considered a proposal to create a temporary authority to police online content before supporting legislation is passed.
A report prepared by members of the National Reform Steering Assembly indicated that computer and internet

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Indiana education committee looks at sexual misconduct – Education Week

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All Australian mobile phones at risk of foreign hacking, says US intelligence committee head Devin Nunes

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Australians have been warned that all mobile phone and email communications are constantly vulnerable to being hacked by “foreign adversaries”. “None of our networks are safe,” said Devin Nunes, a congressman who heads the intelligence committee in the US House of Representatives. “They are all over everyone’s networks.” “The rules of the game have changed”, he said, thanks to the hyper-activity of Russian, Chinese and Iranian state actors. “I am the House intelligence chairman,” said Mr Nunes, speaking to reporters before the Australian American Leadership Dialogue in Melbourne. “I’m just telling you that I assume that my email and my phone calls are being listened to.” Asked if everyone was vulnerable, at all times, Mr Nunes said: “Yes. My phone literally is vulnerable.” And asked to make comparisons between the activities of “foreign adversaries” and the US, following revelations by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, Mr Nunes said Mr Snowden had “endangered the lives of American operatives and Australian operatives”. “It should have raised questions for everyone when Snowden fled first to the Chicoms and second to the Russians,” he said. “These are the guys who are conducting cyber attacks all over the world and utilising cyber attacks for […]

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Wyoming Senate Committee Endorses Guns in Schools

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bill that would allow people with concealed carry permits to take their guns to most public places in Wyoming has received the support of a state Senate committee.

The Senate Education Committee endorsed the bill 3-2 Wednesday after changing it to let local governing officials decide whether to allow concealed-carry in public places.

House Bill 114 now heads to the Senate floor for more debate.

The bill’s sponsor, Republican Rep. Allen Jaggi of Lyman, says he doesn’t like the proposed changes.

Jaggi’s proposal would allow concealed carry permit holders to take their weapons to any public place, including schools and college campuses, or event, except courtrooms.

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Baltimore police convene committee of mothers to address city violence

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Baltimore police have created a committee of mothers whose sons and daughters have been killed in the city. members of the panel will work with detectives to solve their cases.The department announced the creation of the “Survivors Advisory Board,” a partnership with Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters and A Mother’s Cry, two local advocacy groups, in a news conference at police headquarters Thursday. Members of the board will meet regularly with the commissioner to ensure that families continue to have a voice at the highest levels of the department, reflecting the commissioner’s commitment that all life is sacred,” the department said in a news release. Daphne Alston, a creator of Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters, said in the release that she wants the group “to address the impact that violence has had on our lives and to see that another parent does not experience the pain of burying a child.”It’s the seventh such committee the department has created to improve relations with city residents; the others are African-American, Latino, LGBT, youth and business boards. Each meets monthly to provide feedback to the department, police said. source: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-police-committees-20150227-story.html

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