Project Shield: Free Cyber-Security Protection for Political Campaigns

Project Shield: Free Cyber-Security Protection for Political Campaigns

Midterm elections are only a few weeks away, and legislatures in Washington intend to prevent the type of sophisticated cyber attacks and “highly targeted influence operations” that disrupted the 2016 presidential election. Currently, a Google-founded technology incubator, Jigsaw, is offering political campaigns a tool that can defend against a simpler cyber attack that could prove […]

California’s Big Step in Improvement With Solar Homes

California’s Big Step in Improvement With Solar Homes

As of the year of  2018, California has taken a quantum leap and announced a future requirement of solar-powered homes and apartments after 2020. By becoming the first state to require all newly built homes and apartments have solar power, in just two years time, promotes the want for clean energy usages. Solar powered machines […]

Facebook and the Breach of Personal Data

Facebook and the Breach of Personal Data

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) stated on Monday, March 26, 2018 that Facebook’s data privacy has been breached. The social media giant’s shares then dropped over five percent. USA Today reported that the company’s users are angry. Also, the company’s shareholders are losing money. Critics of the corporation said that the social media giant should be held accountable […]

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