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Change of SubjectBy Jessica Reynolds Have a Google account? You can now officially dictate what will happen to all your emails, photos and documents after you bite the dust. Today Google launched the Inactive Account Manager, a settings tab that allows you......
Even after eight years of investigating online crime, and plenty of accompanying training, it's hard for Tom Tarnowski to get a feel for the typical Internet criminal. Online offenders just can't be neatly categorized by age, social status or...
Consumer loyalty, in the digital media era, seems to be as valued as an AOL start-up disk. Customers of most cellphone companies finish their contracts and win the right to keep paying the same high prices that supposedly included the cost of their once-...
—A lazy Sunday morning. Arising later than usual. A long week of work in the books, a promising week ahead. Now living in Armenia, I correspond regularly with colleagues, friends and family back home in the States. Birds chirp as I check some emails...
Amid all the chaos in this year's legislative session, a seemingly innocuous sentence could do more harm to government transparency than any measure in recent memory. Lawmakers seem not to care. But you should. This one sentence would make it far more...
Tags: Rick Scott, Politics, Don Gaetz, Voting, Government
Job center orientation, job search basics April 8 — Learn about the center and its services; and tips for how to approach your job search, how to get organized and where to find job leads. 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Washington County Job Center, 14 N....
The Columbus DispatchA Licking County judge has overturned a decision to remove West Licking Fire Chief David Fulmer from his position, but the fire district's board promises to appeal. Common Pleas Judge Thomas Marcelain ruled on Thursday that the West Licking Joint Fire...
Miami HeraldIn the hyper-partisan Florida Legislature, Republicans and Democrats don't agree on much, but every year they work agreeably to extend public records exemptions and create new ones. The session that ends Friday will continue the trend toward greater...
The News Herald, Panama City, Fla.Anyone who gets an email from an assassin who has changed his or her mind about killing the email recipient should simply delete it and move on with their lives, according to the Bay County Sheriff's Office. The email is a scam. It was more common...
Tags: Panama City (Panama), Panama
Sun SentinelFreebie Friday morphs into Shopping Saturday! Our freebie free-for-all goes coupon crazy with retail coupons and deals, free offers, savings on dining and fun things to do. Use it to save all weekend long! Don't forget, Mother's Day is May 12! "Like"...
It's not unusual for the Florida Legislature to think they're doing something right even as they push a bad bill into law. Now, in a supposed attempt to shield voter emails from spam and "reduce voter fraud," state lawmakers are about to pull the shades...
Tags: Justice System, Rick Scott, Laws, Politics, Florida Legislature
WASHINGTON (AP) — Online deals service LivingSocial said Friday that its website was hacked, and the personal data of more than 50 million customers may have been affected. The company said customers' names, email addresses, dates of birth and...
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