Category: Personal websites

The impact on brands when brands are used in military strategy | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Western companies with trademark rights in Russia are feeling the ripple effects of the Ukraine conflict. In response to economic sanctions and boycotts imposed by the United States and other… Read more »

Interview: Stefflon Don talks questionable websites, his debut album and a potential collaboration with Shenseea

Stefflon Don often references world domination in interviews and, given the global appeal of his sound, it’s easy to see why. The British-Jamaican MC has skills equally suited to rap,… Read more »

Parents feel less aware of the websites their child visits on school devices than on personal devices – PR News Blog

By SWNS staff // SWNSNEWS COPY WITH VIDEO + INFOGRAPHICSSeven in 10 American parents fear their children will turn into internet zombies, according to a new study.The study surveyed 2,000… Read more »

State warns of illegal gambling platforms ahead of college basketball tournament – NBC Connecticut

As we get closer to the start of the NCAA basketball tournament, some state leaders are issuing a warning about sports betting and the risk of betting through platforms that… Read more »

Quebec eases certain restrictions: publishes the timetable for the reopening of restaurants, cinemas and other half-full places in the coming weeks | Stikeman Elliott LLP

to sum up In December 2021, the Government of Quebec ordered several businesses to suspend their activities (including restaurant dining rooms), imposed capacity limits on businesses authorized to remain open,… Read more »

The 5 Best Mods Websites

Introduction: Game lover, where are you? This article is especially for you guys. I’m sure you can all understand that playing games online and offline is a great stress reliever… Read more »

Attorney General James alerts 17 companies to ‘credentials’ cyberattacks affecting over 1.1 million consumers

NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced the results of a massive ‘credentials trick’ investigation that uncovered more than 1.1 million compromised online accounts in cyber… Read more »

Two Georgia poll agents sue One America News and Giuliani over debunked fraud allegations

(Reuters) – Two Georgian election operatives who were the target of electoral fraud conspiracy theories sued far-right One America News Network, its top executives and the former president’s ex-lawyer Donald… Read more »

GO Transit website is back online, ARC still unavailable after being removed to protect against global internet breach

GO Transit’s website was brought back online on Saturday afternoon after being taken down to protect it from an ongoing cyber vulnerability on Friday, Metrolinx said. The website was restored… Read more »

Voices from the Community: We All Must Write Our Personal Values ​​Statement | Community voice

As a management consultant, I regularly assist local business owners in writing their mission, vision and value statements. These three intentionally succinct statements are critical to the success of any… Read more »

‘Minion counts’ mean conspiracy theorists’ de-platform on Facebook has limited impact, Cardiff Uni study finds

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Photo by Geralt Removing Covid conspiracy theorists from Facebook has had only a limited impact on spreading misleading information, according to research from Cardiff University. Fan… Read more »

SOCIAL STATUS: Organizations in the region share social media protocols for employees | New

Expectations for personal conduct outside of office hours have always been fluid and ever-changing, but in the digital world, an employee’s actions, thoughts or expressions have been the cause of… Read more »

Your browser can tell websites how to process your data. But companies didn’t have to listen – until now

Internet users concerned about their privacy will soon have an additional weapon on their side. You can’t see it working, but a special signal known as Global Privacy Control tells… Read more »

Hacker accused of attempting to extort MLB after illegally broadcasting online games

Getty Images Federal authorities have charged a 30-year-old Minnesota man with extortion, among other offenses, after illegally streaming content from major professional sports leagues online, then threatening to expose vulnerabilities… Read more »