Many people view the Internet as a vast playground where they are free to express their online speech without consequence. Recent legal trends, however, seem to be leading us down a different path. US Corporations have been coming down hard with litigation – and often winning – against individuals for offenses as seemingly harmless as […]Read More →
Feeling vulnerable today? You will after reading this blog post recently shared during a radio interview on The Union Edge: Labor’s Talk Radio show. LinkedIn Breach Announced LinkedIn recently announced that they had been made aware of a data hack that happened back in 2012. Stolen information included email addresses, passwords, and member ID numbers. […]Read More →
It has come to our attention that 6.46 million LinkedIn passwords have been obtained by a Russian hacker. Fortunately, the leaked passwords are lightly encrypted. The time to change your password is right now while the hackers are still busy trying to crack the encryption. Although LinkedIn has not released an official statement about this, […]Read More →
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