Ask Help Desk: How can I protect my privacy when I’ve lived my whole life online?
At Help Desk, we answer your burning tech questions including: Where can I find events if not on Facebook? How does the Internet get across the ocean? Will AI get smarter than us? And how can teens protect their privacy after growing up online.washingtonpost.com
Column: Sexual misconduct can’t bring down Gov. Cuomo alone. It needs the help of partisan politics.
Some women welcome the privacy that allows them to go on with their lives out of the spotlight. Others might feel abandoned. Amid the scandal, women don’t always realize that their virtuous cause is being co-opted by a political ideological movement that has nothing to do with the sexual misconduct.chicagotribune.com
Indiana man charged with murder after death of Evanston attorney Daniel Murray, who is remembered as a ‘luminously decent fellow’
“Instead of shrinking back into the privacy of his home or office, you’d see him in the (Dirksen U.S. Courthouse) all the time. Whether he had a cane or a walker or looked like he was going to fall over or not, he just plunged forward and didn’t let it beat him or define him.”chicagotribune.com
Law enforcement prepares for possibility of armed militias, voter suppression at Florida polling places
Law enforcement prepares for possibility of armed militias, voter suppression at Florida polling placesPublished: October 30, 2020, 6:04 pmWith just four days until election day, and tensions high across the country, law enforcement agencies are finalizing plans for security at voting sites.
Wait, who won the jackpot?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Can a Florida Lottery winner keep their identity secret? The state’s answer is clear: “Florida Lottery winners cannot remain anonymous." But a Jacksonville resident was able to keep his or her identity under wraps after winning the $3.5 million Florida Lotto jackpot by using a legal loophole. Typically, the jackpot winner’s personal information, apart their home address and telephone number, would have been made available to anybody asking for it. If this becomes common practice, Florida would be joining half a dozen other states which already allow lotto winners LLC anonymity.