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When Congress Should Have Shut The Government Down

From The American Conservatives:  In the past few days, House Republicans have attempted to shut down the government, and there is no indication that they intend to do so. There are a few reasons why, and they are important. First, it would be irresponsible for the Republican Party to attempt to shut the government. We are still dealing

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What is the CIA using to hack into Americans’ phone records?

The National Security Agency (NSA) has been trying to figure out how to penetrate the electronic infrastructure of America’s telephone companies, but the agency is still struggling to find a method that doesn’t rely on “directly accessing the servers of the telecoms companies.”The NSA has been using the so-called “direct” method of hacking since at

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Informed consent psychology: A new generation of smart people’s guide

Author/editor: Elizabeth Kucharski | date published: April 1, 2020 | text version: Asymmetric information and informed consent psychology will be the subject of this special issue for the journal Informed Consent.This special issue explores the future of informed consent and provides readers with an overview of the field.The special issue is dedicated to the memory

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Oracle wins bid to buy Zendesk for $2.6 billion

Oracle won a $2 billion bid to acquire Zendec, its online data management company, in a deal that could give it control of one of the world’s largest data firms, The Wall Street Journal reported late on Tuesday.Oracle chief executive officer Larry Ellison, who previously served as CEO of Oracle, had been negotiating for the

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How to use credit cards to pay for legal services

Posted February 02, 2019 06:11:03 I don’t think I’ve ever bought a credit card that has ever gone bad.When I do get a card, I usually don’t get too excited about the process.I know how the process works and what the fee is.But I do feel like when it comes to legal services, there’s a

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Hawaii Student Information System Is Not Safe For Football Players

Honolulu police on Tuesday said the state student information systems are not safe for players, including the Hawaii Football Information System (HFIIS).Hawaii Athletic Association spokesperson Kim McLeod confirmed the HFIIS is no longer operational and said it was taken offline Monday due to a computer outage.Hawaii’s football team plays home games at Kailua Stadium and

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How to fix your food security, your wallet and your diet

If you’re worried about how your food is being kept secure, you’re probably not alone.And for good reason.It’s a complex, evolving and ever-changing world.And there are a lot of reasons why.Food insecurity has been linked to poor health, higher rates of obesity and chronic disease.It affects children more than adults, as well.There are also myriad