Russia's hackers took only a week to pry into Clinton camp

Nineteen thousand lines of raw data associated with the theft of emails from Hillary Clinton campaign staffers show how the hackers managed the election-shaking operation.

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Election 2016: Trump beating Clinton in Google searches

Donald Trump is ranking higher than Hillary Clinton in Google searches on the eve of the U.S. election, as voters hunt for information on the Republican Presidential nominee.

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Hacking, Russia, loom large during first presidential debate

Cybersecurity took center stage during Monday’s first presidential debate as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed on keeping America’s networks safe.

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Clinton won Google searches, Trump dominated Twitter during first presidential debate

Hillary Clinton led in Google searches during Monday’s fiery first presidential debate, although Donald Trump was the most discussed candidate on Twitter.

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FBI Director Raps Clinton but Recommends No Criminal Action


Although an FBI investigation concluded that Hillary Clinton’s use of a separate email system during her tenure as Secretary of State may have violated federal law, Director James B. Comey on Tuesday recommended against pursuing any criminal prosecution. “Our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” he said. Considered in light of the bureau’s actions in similar cases in the past, Comey explained, the facts in the Clinton case do not warrant the filing of criminal charges.

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Clinton Issues Clarion Call to Boost Tech in the US


Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential candidate, this week unveiled a technology and innovation agenda that calls for a broader commitment to improving computer science and STEM education, expansion of broadband Internet to the entire United States, and deployment of 5G wireless networks. Clinton’s plan calls for advancing high-tech training in American schools through collaboration with nonprofits and the private sector to train up to 50,000 computer science teachers in the next decade.

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NIST Seeks Business Partners to Boost Email Security


The controversy over the management of email systems by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been in the spotlight since March. More recently, the CIA director acknowledged that his personal email had been hacked. Both situations highlight the continuing vulnerability of email. That’s why the National Institute of Standards and Technology has launched an initiative to help both public and private organizations improve email security. A key element of NIST’s initiative is to engage the private sector for assistance.

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A Facebook insult lands Thai man 30 years in prison

The frequency with which we’ve already seen Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton insulted across various social media platforms in the United States makes it difficult to believe that in some countries, this disrespect is met with severe consequences.

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Carly Fiorina supporters hope Silicon Valley background will help her stay in race

Technically, Carly Fiorina is seven years younger than Hillary Clinton.  Technologically, Fiorina’s supporters say, they are a century apart.

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