Why you should meet up with Orlando informer – Meetups and networking

Meetups are a great way to get together with like-minded people, get social, and connect on the internet.Orlando informers (orlando informers, to give them their name) are people who provide police information to the public, sometimes with the help of undercover officers.Their job is to collect crime reports, identify people who might be dangerous, and […]

The informer’s bio: A fascinating look at the FBI’s secret, covert agent

by James Connellen The FBI, or the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, or BIR, is the agency that investigates and prosecutes espionage, terrorism, and drug trafficking offenses.The Bureau was founded in 1917 and has been at the forefront of counter-terrorism efforts ever since.While the Bureau is a government agency, it is not an intelligence agency.It […]

TechRadars exclusive interview with the new Google VP of Product,Adrian Swisher, on the new ‘Google Pay’ system in Australia TechRadAR title Tech Radar exclusive interview for the latest TechRadaru

TechRadareviews exclusive interview on Google’s latest ‘Google pay’ payment system in Sydney, Australia Techradar exclusive interview, by Daniel Crespo, on how Google Pay is making its way through the Australian financial system TechRadaroop exclusive interview of the new CEO of Google, Adrian Swisher and the role of Google Pay in Australia.TechRadari video on how the […]

Why do we care about the military helicopter?

We all know that there are military helicopters in the sky, but we often don’t know what they’re used for.A new report by the Brookings Institution shows that we might not know the reason.The military helicopter has been around since World War II, and its role in our everyday lives has been increasingly contested.For instance, […]

Why Canadians should care about the future of online voting

The Globe and Mail, The Huffington Post and others are bringing to the forefront the issue of online voter registration and voter ID laws.The online voting issue has been an ongoing debate in Canada, and this article is a reminder that Canadians are concerned about the impact of online registration and the impact that these […]

A genetic information privacy bill is a ‘biggie’ for states and cities, say privacy experts

The Genetic Information Nondisclosure Act (GINA) of 2014 would make it illegal for anyone in a state or local government to disclose the genetic information of any person unless the disclosure is necessary to protect the health, safety, or welfare of another person, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL).The bill has not […]

The U.S. government is taking steps to make it easier for students to enroll in online courses

Students and teachers in the United States are preparing for the arrival of a new federal government rule that would make it more difficult for students and teachers to enroll online in a wide range of subjects, from health to engineering.The National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation said they would be updating […]