Criminal Defense Attorney Patrick Megaro publishes article on recent changes to Florida self-defense laws

Veteran criminal defense lawyer Patrick Michael Megaro comments on Martin v. State, an appellate decision from the Second District Court of Appeal of Florida Halscott Megaro PA (N/A:N/A) ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 13, 2018 /⁨ … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Criminal Defense Attorney Patrick…

California Assembly Acquiesces In Secret Police Surveillance

For the second year in a row, the California State Assembly’s Appropriations Committee has effectively killed a bill that was poised to ensure transparency, community oversight, and civil liberties regarding proliferating police surveillance technology. S.B. 1186 was approved by the California Senate, as well as by two Assembly policy…

VICTORY – EPIC v Commission: Presidential Election Commission Destroys State Voter Data Wrongfully Obtained

The White House confirmed Monday that it has destroyed the state voter data unlawfully collected by the Presidential Election Commission. Responding to a court order in EPIC v. Commission the White House stated that the voter data is now “entirely deleted and unrecoverable.” The deletion…

Large ISPs, Flushed with Capital, Blame Consumer Protections for Their Disregard of Rural America

Companies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon are going around to state legislatures and telling them that any laws they pass that protect consumers will harm their ability to deploy networks in rural America. They claim that any legislator eager to protect their constituents from the…

Captive Audience: How Florida’s Prisons and DRM Made $11.3M Worth of Prisoners’ Music Disappear

The Florida Department of Corrections is one of the many state prison systems that rely on private contractors to supply electronic messaging and access to electronic music files and books for prisoners. For seven years, Florida’s prisoners have bought music through Access Corrections, a company…

BitPaymer Ransomware Attack: Alaskan Borough Employees Forced To Use Typewriters – Latest Hacking News

After suffering a BitPaymer ransomware attack, Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) borough employees in the state of Alaska were essentially forced back into BitPaymer Ransomware Attack: Alaskan Borough Employees Forced To Use Typewriters on Latest Hacking News. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE BitPaymer Ransomware Attack: Alaskan Borough Employees Forced…

Anticipating A Russian Attack On The 2018 Election: What If Trump Is Right?

… operatives to mix things up, attack state elections infrastructure, steal information … interests of the attackers. In the case of an attack on behalf … cycle when WikiLeaks published emails hacked from the systems of leading … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Anticipating A Russian…

Securing U.S. Democracy: Athenian Project Update

Last December, Cloudflare announced the Athenian Project to help protect U.S. state and local election websites from cyber attack. Since then, the need to protect our electoral systems has become increasingly urgent. As described by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, the “digital infrastructure that…

University launches Artificial Intelligence course in Dubai

… Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, inaugurated the new specialisation offered … Change and Environment will implement artificial intelligence (AI) in three projects to … launch of Bachelors Degree in Artificial Intelligence at the British University in … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE University…