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Yahoo latest victim of cyber hackers

Yahoo executives announced that Yahoo was breached by hackers and exposed information of more than 10 million of its users. This latest breach shows the fight against data breaches still continues and major industry leaders have still not implemented the right measures to prevent hacks. Yahoo…

Wells Fargo busted for fraudulent practices

Wells Fargo incentives led to illegal banking practices Banking giant Wells Fargo faced another round of fines for opening accounts without customers’ permission. Wells Fargo agreed to pay nearly $200 million to the victims, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fund and the LA Office of the…

Pentagon stands by as workers use government funds at clubs and casinos

Pentagon credit cards continue to be used at strip joints Pentagon officials did not reprimand personnel, pull security clearances, or change policies after it  was discovered that employees spent more than $1 million of government money at casinos and strip clubs, according to Department of Defense’s Inspector General.…

Edward Snowden: Hero or Traitor?

Edward Snowden: most damaging “whistleblower” ever Next month “Snowden” will be released in theaters which will dive into the life of Edward Snowden and focus on the decisions he made. In today’s world, many have debated whether he is a traitor or hero. I believe he…

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