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Before leaving office, Missouri governor signs revenge porn law

On Friday, Missouri governor Eric Greitens officially quit his position, but not before approving 77 new laws. Among those, one…

President Trump nominates Geoffrey Starks for vacant FCC commissioner position

To fill the vacation Federal Communications Commission seat, President Donald Trump has officially nominated Geoffrey Starks to replace outgoing Commissioner…

Democrats from House Intelligence Committee to release 3,000 Russian-bought Facebook ads

You’re about to see some of the Russian-connected Facebook ads that were bought during the 2016 presidential election. According to…

Iran instructs ISPs to block Telegram

Telegram will now be facing blocks from Iran‘s ISPs. Iranian officials have instructed ISPs to start blocking both the desktop…

Senate bill would require companies to have clearly worded terms regarding online data

Introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and John Kennedy (R-LA), a new Senate bill will be aiming at protecting consumers’…

DNC suing Trump campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks over 2016 hack

The Democratic National Committee isn’t sitting around while Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigates Russia’s role in the 2016 election. According…

FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has stepped down

FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has announced that she will be stepping down from the commission after running strong advocacy for…

UK is reportedly preparing for a Russian-backed cyberattack

Tensions between the UK and Russia continue to rise, both sides are now preparing themselves for cyberattacks. According to The…

It’s Official: Trump has signed controversial FOSTA-SESTA bill into law

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s now official: President Donald Trump has signed the controversial FOSTA-SESTA bill into law. It was widely…

Mark Zuckerberg’s data was accessed by Cambridge Analytica

In today’s Congressional hearings, Facebook CEO admitted that even his personal information wasn’t safe from the Cambridge Analytica’s hands. In…

Uber executives could face criminal charges in France

It appears that Uber executives are in trouble because France can bring criminal charges against them for operating an illegal…

Oregon governor has signed net neutrality bill into law

You can add Oregon to the list of states that are in bringing net neutrality law into reality. Oregon Governor…

Department of Homeland Security suggests database to track ‘media influencers’ around the world

We can all agree that fake news and propaganda remain a top concern for not only people but American officials…

Feds take down America’s premier prostitution website

It appears the federal agencies have seized control of Backpage.com, according to the notice posted late Friday on the infamous…

Mark Zuckerberg to testify at joint Senate hearing on April 10th

Not only does the US government want answers, the UK Parliament has asked Mark Zuckerberg to appear before its committee…

Russia inches closer to banning Telegram

According to a lawsuit filed today by the Russian government, they want to limit the messaging app Telegram domestically, a…

Google employees are petitioning for CEO to get out of Pentagon AI project

Google employees have petitioned showing their opposition for the company’s part in a Pentagon AI program. Over 3,100 employees have…

Most White House email domains appear to be vulnerable to phishing

We can all agree that privacy in the government is of great importance and if there are issues, they need…

Ecuador has cracked down on Julian Assange’s internet access

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s internet access is now being suspended. The Ecuadorian government has suspended Assange’s internet communications, which prevents…

Cambridge Analytica now faces accusations of violating US election laws

Cambridge Analytica’s moves on harvesting personal data of millions of Facebook users has not only prompted lawsuits over privacy concerns,…

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