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Petition seeks full honors military funeral for hero Florida JROTC student
19269
Eric Lundgren, ‘e-waste’ recycling innovator, faces prison for trying to extend life span of PCs
3180
American Is Charged With Stealing Terra-Cotta Warrior’s Thumb
2015
LIVE: Teens hold 'lie-in' at White House for gun violence
1893
A $17,850 urine test: Industry boom amid opioid epidemic
9928
At least 4 people shot, including 6-year-old, at Texas Roadhouse in San Antonio
537
Anthony Borges: 15-year-old boy survives being shot 5 times at Parkland school
1095
Most KFCs in UK remain closed because of chicken shortage
421
St. Petersburg set to rename main library after President Obama
20191
Statewide walkout announced for school teachers, employees on Thursday and Friday
389
Munchies, meet Thin Mints: Girl Scouts now will allow cookie sales outside Colorado pot shops
796
World's first human-sheep hybrids pave way for diabetes cure and mass organ transplants
4484
Students plan protests, Washington march, to demand gun control after mass shooting
602
5 killed, 21 wounded in President's Day weekend shootings across Chicago
715
‘Warped and Sadistic’ paedophile jailed for thirty two years.
167
The Latest: Pennsylvania court issues new congressional map
271
Former Staffer: California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia Fired Him After He Resisted Playing Spin The Bottle
1898
Scotland plans to ban plastic straws by end of 2019
292
Police: Pastor assaulted, robbed Sunday school teacher while she taught class
240
Blackhawks fans ejected for racist taunts at Capitals player
278
Suspected bank robber reportedly tells landlord he will hold up bank for rent money
135
Trolls on Twitter make false claims of being assaulted at screenings of 'Black Panther'
459
Rare copy of the Declaration of Independence found in cardboard box
29888
Alabama sheriffs pocket tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars allocated to feed inmates
100
Elon Musk’s Boring Company gets green light to start digging in Washington, DC
129
Cobb woman indicted for impersonating as Federal law enforcement agent to get Chick-fil-A discount
121
Police departments aren’t seeing many bump stocks handed in despite ban
65
Michigan prisoner turned celebrated author faces bill for his incarceration--Curtis Dawkins wrote The Graybar Hotel while serving a life sentence. Now the state says proceeds from the work belong to them
44381
Florida shooting: Muslim groups raise thousands to help victims and their families
1173
Delaware Air Force Reservist charged with raping, impregnating teen
134
Russia looms large as U.S. election officials prep for 2018
95
The small gun shop that sold the weapon to the alleged high school shooter ‘closes indefinitely.’
45
Identical twin brothers propose to identical twin sisters: 'It was amazing'
43
Iceland could become first country to ban male circumcision [USA Today]
28
Rabbi, 2 others arrested for human trafficking, prostitution of minor
29
This Vaccine Can Prevent Cancer, But Many Teenagers Still Don't Get It
24
Lowell police respond to 20 opioid overdoses in three days
23
Busloads of Stoneman Douglas students will confront legislators at Florida capitol this week
32
Major Russian mafia trial opens in Spain
20
Ohio sheriff offers free gun classes to teachers after Florida school shooting
257 ozric101 They should be sued out of existence.
192 gwdope I'll get to that later, what's the worst that could happen?
132 SaruMushashino Please disappear for good Equifax.
72 willyreddit How in the hell can these major corporations be that lax on Information Assurance? Hell most of its automated now a days. If this crappy company doesn't sink. I'm going to allow them to pay me to patch there scuzzy network.
32 mojo5red The Equifax breach is less revealing than the Homeland Security breach of last year & they faced no lawsuits. Homeland just sent letters telling all the gov employees & contractors that they had no recourse. If fools are guarding the data, there is no security.
26 MasonJarBong The issue was surely raised within Equifax when the vulnerability was first disclosed. It is likely that expedited patching was proposed, and subsequently shot down, as being too risky to production. Happens all the time in big corps. Who will take the fall? The little guys who couldn't patch because management wouldn't let them. Welcome to IT in the corporate world.
18 Bye1Bye Big companies are terrified to release to production. And this is the result.