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Secret courts making secret decisions regarding secret laws is in my mind strongly associated with totalitarian regimes, which do not want the public to know what the government is up to. 676 more words
E-sports will feature at the 2022 Asian Games, signifying a big stride towards mainstream recognition for competitive video gaming.
But despite the Republic having produced several world-beaters in e-sports, it remains uncertain if the Team Singapore contingent vying for medals in Hangzhou, China will include gamers. 578 more words
Compass Rose Legal Group managing attorney Andrew Bakaj and colleague Mark Zaid write a follow-on article with Just Security regarding PPD-19 whistleblower protections.
Andrew and Mark are handling multiple clients with PPD-19 appeals, and they have already forged precedent-setting decisions. 87 more words
Either Microsoft is on their toes - or the stuff hackers steal from the NSA really is past its sell by-date
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❝ Just as the Shadow Brokers hacker group started crowing about a dump of never-seen-before flaws in Windows, Microsoft announced it already had fixed most of the exploits.