Monthly Archives: January 2017

Trump Drops Plans for Executive Action on Cybersecurity

President Trump scrapped plans to sign an executive action launching a government-wide cybersecurity overhaul. The White House did not immediately provide an explanation for the cancellation.

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Sedo weekly sales led by Physician.com

Sedo reported their weekly sales and Physician.com topped the chart at $179,000. Another solid LNN.com sale with F25.com selling for $10,001. e77.com sold for $25,000 last week. .Info had a couple big sales this week, Train.info sold for $12,438 and Bus.info sold for $9,999. Domain name Price Currency .COMs physician.com 179,000 USD f25.com 10,001 USD […]

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Amazon Working with Washington State Against Trump Travel Ban

Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos said the Seattle-based company is prepared to support a lawsuit being brought by Washington state’s attorney general against President Trump and the administration over Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees. The Washington Post, which is owned by Bezos, reported that Bezos wrote in an internal email to Amazon employees Monday that company lawyers have prepared a “declaration of support” for the suit.

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Spanish Police Arrest Three Linked to Data Breach of Officers

Spanish police have arrested three people over a data breach linked to a series of dramatic intrusions at European spy software companies — feeding speculation that the net has closed on an online Robin Hood figure known as Phineas Fisher. A spokesman with Mossos d’Esquadra, Catalonia’s regional police, said two men and a woman were arrested in Salamanca and Barcelona on suspicion of breaking into the website of the Mossos labor union in May, hijacking its Twitter feed and leaking the personal data of more than 5,500 officers.

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State Bars Ban Use of MacBooks with ‘Touch Bar’ for Exams

Several state bar associations are concerned that Apple MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar software may actually be used by would-be lawyers to cheat on their bar exams. Bar associations in California, New York, and Colorado will ban MacBook Pro’s with Touch Bar..

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