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Raising the minimum wage would reduce child neglect cases

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Raising the minimum wage by $1 per hour would result in a substantial decrease in the number of reported cases of child neglect, according to a new study co-authored by an Indiana University researcher. Congress is…

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That’s the awful thing about dating. Tight underwear. We would …..

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ That’s the awful thing about dating. Tight underwear. We would all like to be in a big bra and pants and when you are in a secure relationship you can do that.   Dawn French The…

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I started dating older men, and I would ……..

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Hack Back law would create cyber vigilantes

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Hack Back law would create cyber vigilantes

The Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act revision demonstrates what happens when you rely upon limited information and a cowboy mentality. Tom Graves (R-GA) released an update to the initial Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act (ACDC) that intends to exempt victims of cyber attacks from being prosecuted for attempting to hack…

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Proposed ‘Hack Back’ Bill Would Help Companies Hunt Down Hackers

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Proposed ‘Hack Back’ Bill Would Help Companies Hunt Down Hackers

Today’s topics include a Georgia congressman looking to breathe new life into a controversial proposed hack back bill; Google adding new anti-phishing features to Gmail; IBM and Cisco joining forces to integrate threat intelligence to improve cyber-security; and Microsoft partners readying Windows mixed reality headsets in time for the holidays….

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This Bill Would Allow Hacking Victims to Hack Their Attackers

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This Bill Would Allow Hacking Victims to Hack Their Attackers

Call it a Stand Your Ground law for cyberspace. A Republican congressman is floating a bill that would make it legal for victims of hacker intrusions to hack back against the attacker, the first move to legalize any form of computer intrusion since the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act…

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Online Dating Horror Stories: The One Whose “Friends Would Not Approve Of Me”

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Father releases photos of bullied daughter moments from death on day she would have turned 18

A father has published photos showing his daughter minutes before she died to raise awareness of cyber-bullying and mental illness.

Adrian Derbyshire posted pictures of Julia hooked up to drips and machines in hospital to mark what would have been her 18th birthday.

Julia was 16 when Mr Derbyshire found her body at the family home in Warrington.

He attempted CPR, but she spent five days in hospital on life support and died in December 2015.

“I can’t tell you all how I feel as I’ve gone past the line of devastation and loss,” said Mr Derbyshire, writing on Facebook.

“But this devastating story of a beautiful young woman who had given up on herself and life due to others needs to be heard.

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Retired child abuse investigator says DHS cuts would endanger children and vulnerable adults

Retired child abuse investigator says DHS cuts would endanger children and vulnerable adults

Statement by Senator Amanda Ragan of Mason City

“Iowans across the state are worried that Republican budget cuts will endanger vulnerable Iowans, children and dependent adults.

“Cutting the number of people looking out for children at risk is a mistake. We should not cut services to our most vulnerable Iowans.”

Statement by Bill Dickey, retired DHS investigator

I’m here to oppose mid-year cuts to Iowa’s human services budget, cuts that will be permanent. Those cuts would endanger children and adults who need our help. I say this based on my experience working for the Iowa Department of Human Services for 34 years. As a social worker at DHS, I was a caseworker, a supervisor of caseworkers, and finally as an investigator on cases involving children and adults, until I retired in 2014.

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When Pregnancy Isn’t As Amazing As You Hoped It Would Be

I sat waiting and waiting for the “glow” to appear when I was pregnant with my son, but acne showed up instead. I waited for my hair to grow long and strong from my prenatal vitamins, but my hair grew brittle and fell out endlessly. Cute maternity clothes were almost impossible to find, and any clothes that I did find looked like a potato sack on me. I grew to resent those that had seemingly perfect pregnancies, until I realized that it was not perfect for anyone. Some people may hide their trials better than others, but that doesn’t mean their pregnancy is a walk in the park either.

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