What a busy week this has been.
The Supreme Court of the United States has made marriage equality the law of the land. Within hours of the decision, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a… 601 more words
By NICOLE PERLROTH
Researchers say it suggests spies are no longer just stealing American corporate and military trade secrets, but personal information for some later purpose. 16 more words
In November 2014, we reported on the case of Steven and Joseph Rusinowski versus Robert DiDomenico. It was a case of cyberharassment gone wild. The case was originally filed in the Circuit Court of Cook County and on July 15, 2011, transferred to the federal district court for the Northern District of Illinois. 330 more words
Before I begin (for the people in the back and those who won’t actually READ a post) THE 2ND TWEET (See 1st Screenshot) IS FAKE AND NOT REAL. 586 more words
When nude images of someone are posted without their permission, it is a gross violation. Social media platforms can and should construct their Terms of Service in such a way as to prohibit these actions and permanently ban any account posting and/or sharing these images. 126 more words