“Melania Trump Sacrifices Credibility As Cyber-Bullying Opponent to Stand By Her Man’s Cyber-Bullying”


POLITICUS USA

“Melania Trump drops fake cyber bullying campaign she only pretended to care about”


SALON

The first lady hasn’t said a word about cyber bullying since her husband took office

“Net Neutrality II: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)”


HBO

“Emmanuel Macron’s presidential campaign hacked, officials say”


CNN

“Al Franken Explodes And Rips FCC Chairman’s Plan To End Net Neutrality”


POLITICUS USA

After FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a speech that he wants to reverse net neutrality rules and end open and free Internet, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) went off and vowed to fight the Chairman’s proposal to destroy the Internet.

“Trump Eliminates Obama-Era Rule That Protects Americans’ Internet Privacy”


POLITICUS USA

The move by Trump is a body blow to advocates of internet privacy and a win for internet service providers.

“U.S. shares election-hacking intel with Europe”


POLITICO

The aid comes as upcoming elections in Germany, France, Norway and the Netherlands inspire fears of Russian meddling.

The aid comes as upcoming elections in Germany, France, Norway and the Netherlands inspire fears of Russian meddling.

“7 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Online”


SALON

We often talk about needing to be more careful than ever, but it’s never been easier to be careless.

We often talk about needing to be more careful than ever, but it’s never been easier to be careless.

“Russian hackers may have flipped the election. So what comes next?”


THINK PROGRESS

“News of apparent Russian interference into the 2016 election has dominated the media and political conversations as Capitol Hill readies itself for a new administration. Did Russia’s hacks flip the election?

Both Democrats and Republicans have decried the cyberattacks over the past year as an affront to the American democratic process, insisting on further probes into Russia’s activities — but there isn’t much public discussion of what should happen next. And with only days left in Obama’s presidency, the next moves are on the Trump administration.

Responding to high-profile cyberattacks on the U.S. political system puts the U.S. in unfamiliar territory where the rules of engagement aren’t quite clear.”  MORE