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What data management platforms can learn from the recent data hacks

By: Austin Dicharry

Without a doubt, hackers are a threat to company security. A recent security breach at Home Depot resulted in information being stolen from 56 million customer credit cards. 345 more words

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Daily Beast Interview with Kurt Sutter: Inside 'Sons of Anarchy's' Final Season



Inside ‘Sons of Anarchy’s’ Final Season: Creator Kurt Sutter on the Most Brutal Season Yet

The creator of the gritty FX series opens up about the seventh season premiere, the show’s attitude toward violence, that school shooting controversy, and closing out with a bang. 1,850 more words

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Mass Murder in America: Who is the Ignorant One? Not Me!

Last week on my way to the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Chicago, I saw news stories being published about a new FBI report that seemed to show that mass shootings were on the rise in America – something I had… 410 more words



I spent some time at the barn today. While my dad worked on his ‘rat bike’ I sat up and table to write on. My pen poised to jot down the latest and exciting revelations for my new story, but as I watched my dad, I began to think about what he and the rest of my family meant to me. 242 more words


September 26: Weekly News and Culture Round-up

Here at Posterity, we like to stay engaged in the world and well-read about everything from recent news to cultural icons to the all important fluff piece.  333 more words



Did you guys watch the new series Gotham yet? If so read on and let me know your thoughts on the show!

I have to say, I’m kind of disappointed. 284 more words

Daily Beast reporter calls Redskins the 'Washington Racists' [Updated]

Some can’t even enjoy a football game without making a political statement. That’s the case with Daily Beast national security reporter Eli Lake.


Lake says the tweet reflects “nothing more” than his bias as an Eagles fan. 37 more words