ObamaCare’s Security Disaster

When ObamaCare is launched October 1st, none of the systems that run the State-run Healthcare Exchanges will have been tested.  None of them. No testing.  Did you get that?  What could possibly go wrong? We’ll be facing inevitable crashes, delays and frustration — but that’s not the worst of it. The ObamaCare computer systems have not had any security testing.  That’s right. None of the systems that will hold...

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Jobs for Men Still 2.1 Million Short of Pre-Obama Recession Levels

U.S. men are still 2.1 million jobs short of pre-recession levels even as women have regained all the jobs lost before the economic collapse. Some economists have dubbed the gender schism the “man-cession” and the “she-covery.” The latest jobs report reveals that male unemployment is nearly one percent higher than for women. Analysts say the economic hit to industries like construction and manufacturing, which...

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Confidential Data Leaving on Workers Mobile Devices – Under-30-Year-Olds Don’t Care

More than half of employees admit to storing, sharing and working on corporate documents on their personal devices-and this number is growing. If you think your BYOD policy telling employees that they can’t put sensitive data on their personal smartphones, laptops and tablets is keeping your company safe, think again. Few office workers are actually aware of their company’s BYOD policy. These are the alarming findings from a recent...

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Had a Denied Warranty Claim at the Apple Store for iPhone or iPod With “Water Damage”?

This past April, Apple agreed to the terms of a US$53 million class-action settlement stemming from Apple’s warranty practices regarding water damage on older-generation iPhones and iPod touches. Both the iPhone and iPod touch contain Liquid Contact Indicators which change color when they come into contact with water. The crux of the issue, however, is that these Liquid Contact Indicators were also prone to change color in humid...

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The NSA Should Start Following These Simple Legal Rules

Summarized from an extensive article put together from the EFF.  You can read it here. While we still believe that the best first step is a modern Church Committee, an independent, public investigation and accounting of the government’s surveillance programs that affect Americans, members of Congress seem determined to try to enact fixes now. …In short, there’s much Congress can and should do here, but we also need to be...

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