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Licensed to hack: Singapore looks into registration scheme for ethical hackers

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thical hackers in Singapore could soon require a license to get their hands dirty, so to speak. The small Asian nation is currently requesting feedback on a proposed cybersecurity bill which will see ethical hackers having to obtain a license to do their work, and although it could seem quite…

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Indiana education committee looks at sexual misconduct – Education Week

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Justice Department looks to sharpen computer crime law

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WASHINGTON — Stung by recent court decisions that have gone against them, Justice Department lawyers are making a fresh push to clarify a computer trespass law that critics malign as overly broad. The 1986 law, known as the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, was intended to punish hackers who breach someone else’s computer network and steal information from it. But federal prosecutors have struggled at times in applying it to people who have permission to access a computer — a police department database, for instance, or a corporate network — but abuse that right by using for purposes that have not been authorized. The concerns attracted attention this year after President Barack Obama suggested changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as part of a broader proposal. The Justice Department has appealed to Congress, which is expected to take up other cybersecurity measures in coming weeks. “These are really hard issues of what should the law cover and what should it not cover,” said George Washington University law professor Orin Kerr. “It’s totally understandable that we’re having this discussion and not sure what the answer should be, because this is a new kind of technological problem.” Critics, including judges, […]

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After 19 Kids, TLC looks ahead to shows with ‘heart’

Perhaps no other network exemplifies the perils and profits of embracing reality-TV programming than TLC. Formerly known as The Learning Channel, TLC has, in recent years, gained huge audiences — and criticism — for reality shows, such as Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and 19 Kids and Counting.

But as TLC has been reeling from scandal, most notably the revelation that 19 Kids star Josh Duggar molested his sisters, which prompted advertisers to flee, the network is stressing a new message. “Our shows need to have an element of OMG, but have to deliver on the heart,” Nancy Daniels, general manager of the channel since 2013, told Fortune in a recent interview.

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Looks to googd to be true testimony

I SHOULD HAVE LISTENED TO MY HEAD INSTEAD OF MY HEART I should have listened to my head instead of my heart. Too good to be true? Yep. I was pulled right in. “He” knew what to say and how to say it. He found my vulnerabilities and used them to the max. Read More….

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Longview looks for answers after sixth shooting death

Police identified the Longview man fatally shot Tuesday in the sixth fatal shooting this year in Longview.

Da’Coreyan Blankenship, 21, was the latest in a string of homicides since January.

“Every time you hear this or see this, you cringe,” Longview Mayor Jay Dean said. “We have really got to look at exactly what we are doing to curb this violence.”

The year started with violence when Philander Carlton Peters, 48, was killed Jan. 13 at a house in the 1600 block of Hawthorne Street. There is no suspect, and the case is still under investigation.

Three days later Omar Hernandez, 22, was shot dead at a house in the 500 block of Jones Street.

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Chattanooga looks at ‘Shot Spotter’ technology for crime preventionNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) – Several major cities across the country rely upon crime prevention technology called Shot Spotter. It’s radar detection that automatically detects gunfire and reports it to…

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Chattanooga looks at ‘Shot Spotter’ technology for crime prevention

Chattanooga looks at ‘Shot Spotter’ technology for crime prevention

CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) – Several major cities across the country rely upon crime prevention technology called Shot Spotter. It’s radar detection that automatically detects gunfire and reports it to local police, and the city of Chattanooga is interested. “We would […]

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