• Apr 8, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

Massachusetts sees bipartisan push for internet privacy following President Trump’s signing of S.J.Res. 34

In response to the federal repeal of internet privacy rules, Massachusetts State Sen. Bill Tarr, a Republican, has submitted “An Act Ensuring Internet Security and Privacy” (SD. 2517) to his state’s Senate. The act would stop Internet service providers (ISPs) and telecoms from using or selling their customers’ data without express permission. Additionally, it would forbid … Continue reading “Massachusetts sees bipartisan push for internet privacy following President Trump’s signing of S.J.Res. 34”

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  • Sep 25, 2014
  • Joseph
  • News,

PIA Secures Services, Customers Won’t Be Shell Shocked

Staying one step ahead of potential security breaches, Private Internet Access has patched its VPN and Web site to protect ourselves and more importantly, our customers from the latest Bug. Following reports of attacks by a Bash bug named ‘shellshock’ started rolling in, PIA took additional security measures to ensure the privacy of its customers … Continue reading “PIA Secures Services, Customers Won’t Be Shell Shocked”

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  • Sep 20, 2014
  • Joseph
  • News,

Government Job Security Breach Highlights Need For Greater Security

Proving that not even the government employees are safe from hackers and Internet security attacks, media sources reported that on August 13, 2014, more than 5,000 recruiters had their names and passwords stolen from GovJobs.com. The site, which labels itself, “… the Internets first secure dynamic ASP driven Job Board for US Government Employment” is just … Continue reading “Government Job Security Breach Highlights Need For Greater Security”

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