Monthly Archives: June 2016

OPM Hack Compromised Tens of Millions of Additional People

Originally posted on ROSE COVERED GLASSES:
“DEFENSE ONE” “Last summer attackers opened files on 21.5 million national security personnel. Other family members and close contacts of those victims are “affected,” according to an updated OPM FAQ. Newly-disclosed stolen records include personal…

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GOOGLE’S SATELLITE MAP GETS 700-TRILLION-PIXEL MAKEOVER

Originally posted on ROSE COVERED GLASSES:
Google Maps’s newest depiction of the San Francisco Bay area includes certain features, like the new span of the Bay Bridge, that just weren’t there in 2013. // Google/Landsat “NEXT GOV” “More than 1…

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Source: The future of business ethics: Hyper-transparency and other global trends – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Source: Bill Steinman: What does the Bob McDonnell ruling mean for the FCPA?   – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Source: Job: Senior Counsel – Ethics and Compliance (AECOM Arlington, VA) – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Source: Martin Kenney: UK fraud is up, police budgets are down. Criminals cheer – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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A Vision for Complete and Utter Freedom We see a world where the powers-that-be on this planet suddenly see the great benefit to themselves and everyone else that comes as a result of their changing their behavior so that now … Continue reading

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