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Student data is being accessed by third parties via school apps, putting the privacy of children at risk
Research Finds More Than Half of School Apps Send Personal Student Data to Third Parties
According to a new research report published by the nonprofit Me2B Alliance, around 60 percent of school apps are sending student data to a wide range of high-risk third parties without getting the permission of...
Lawmakers in Kansas have overturned the vetoes made by the governor to ensure integrity in elections, protect rights of gun owners, and ease tax burden on the middle class.
Kansas Lawmakers Overturn Governor’s Vetoes on Bills Regarding Election Integrity, Guns and Taxes
The Kansas legislature has voted to override state Democrat Governor Laura Kelly’s recent vetoes on three bills linked to strengthening election integrity, ensuring rights of gun owners, and income taxes paid by citizens. With regard...
DEA launching Project Wave Breaker to combat Fentanyl flowing in record quantities into the country.
DEA Launching Project to Combat Record Rates of Fentanyl Flooding into United States
Since the beginning of the fiscal year 2021, the opioid fentanyl, which is 50 times more potent than heroin, has been pumped into the United States at record rates. Mass immigration has worsened the problem...
Two women used their dead mothers to cast fraudulent votes in the 2020 presidential election.
Two Pennsylvanian Women Face Voter Fraud Charges, One Man Sentenced
Two women from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, are facing voter fraud charges for attempting to cast absentee ballots in the names of their deceased mothers during the 2020 presidential election. The fraud was caught after a...
The group conducting the Arizona audit had predicted attack scenarios involving Antifa, including arson.
Arizona Auditor Anticipates Antifa Attack in Court-Submitted Documents
A full forensic recount of the ballots cast in the 2020 presidential race in Maricopa County is presently underway. Cyber Ninjas, the Florida-based company leading the recount process, reportedly anticipated a possible attack by Antifa...
A Guatemalan man got the U.S. Supreme Court to rule in his favor, against deportation, due to a semantic issue.
Supreme Court Sides with Illegal Immigrant Against Deportation Due to Grammatical Error
The U.S. Supreme Court recently made a judgment in favor of an illegal immigrant against his deportation due to a minute grammatical error in the government document. Guatemalan immigrant Agusto Niz-Chavez came to the U.S....
An IT researcher shows on a giant screen a computer infected by ransomware at the LHS (High Security Laboratory) of the INRIA (National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation) in Rennes, France on November 3, 2016. Ransomware attacks on high value U.S. targets is becoming increasingly more common according to cybersecurity analysts.
Ransomware Group Holds DC Police Informant Data Hostage After Security Breach
Hackers breached the computer systems of Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), obtaining sensitive data on some of the department’s police informants. According to April 26 reports, the group responsible threatened to release the information if...
A statue by British artist Martin William depicting a child of color getting vaccinated in front of the Chinese Communist Party-friendly World Health Organization (WHO) headquarters in Geneva. A former nurse at Houston Methodist Hospital says she was terminated after refusing the hospital’s mandatory vaccination policy.
‘Constantly Being Pressured and Pressured’: Houston Nurse Terminated After Refusing Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine
A long-time Houston nurse said she lived under an environment of constant pressure and fear of discipline before eventually being terminated from her position at Houston Methodist Hospital for refusing to accept the hospital’s mandatory...
Coronavirus stimulus spending checks that were sent to citizens across the country April 29, 2020 in Washington, D.C. The Biden administration’s trillions of dollars in spending packages has led to a situation where it’s more profitable to stay at home than go to work.
Amazon $3 Wage Bump a Warehouse Recruitment Stunt as Employers Struggle to Compete Against Welfare
E-commerce giant Amazon announced plans to permanently raise wages for more than 500,000 employees starting this month. The world’s third largest company is struggling to hire workers amid competition not only from rivals Costco, Walmart,...