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‘I could talk to foreign leaders bypassing State Dept’: Powell to Clinton on private email use
Colin Powell advised Hillary Clinton, his successor as US Secretary of State, to use a private email “without going through State Department servers” and avoid basic security rules he described as “nonsense,” their seven-year-old exchange reveals. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Men alleged to have hacked CIA director’s email account arrested
U.S. authorities have arrested two North Carolina men accused of hacking into the private email accounts of high-ranking U.S. intelligence officials.
6 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Central Intelligence Agency Director of National Intelligence Federal Bureau of Investigation E-mail E-mail address Telephone Personal computer Webmail
Colin Powell's note to Hillary Clinton offered tips on private email use
Eric DuVallWASHINGTON, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- An email sent to Hillary Clinton by her predecessor as secretary of state, Colin Powell, detailed how he circumvented protocol by using a private email address.
11 points by UPI | E-mail Personal computer United Press International E-mail address Colin Powell News World Communications Hillary Rodham Clinton William Randolph Hearst
Clinton's emails released
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell told his successor, Hillary Clinton, that he used his own personal computer to communicate with friends and foreign leaders and sent emails without going through the State Department server, according to emails released Wednesday by congressional Democrats.
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Powell told Clinton he used private email to leaders
Portions of Powell’s advice were cited in a summary the FBI released on its investigation into Clinton’s email server        
-1 points by The Detroit News | E-mail George W. Bush Colin Powell Personal computer Hillary Rodham Clinton Internet Server Bill Clinton
FactCheck: The FBI files on Clinton's emails

77 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | E-mail Hillary Rodham Clinton United States Secretary of State Barack Obama Bill Clinton E-mail address Federal Bureau of Investigation Personal computer
Colin Powell told Clinton he used personal computer for U.S. business
Former secretary of state Colin Powell told Hillary Clinton in 2009 that he used a personal computer attached to a private phone line to do business with foreign leaders and State Department officials and was generally scornful of the notion that his mobile devices might be accessed by spies, according...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | George W. Bush Colin Powell E-mail Hillary Rodham Clinton Personal computer President of the United States Barack Obama Federal Bureau of Investigation
Apple’s achilles heel: CIA hacks MacBook computers with ‘Sonic Screwdriver’
WikiLeaks’ latest release of classified CIA documents has revealed the agency’s ability to bypass password protected Apple Macs while the laptop is booting up using a tool called “Sonic Screwdriver.” Monitoring and tracking tools can then be installed. Read Full Article at RT.com
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HISD administrator resigns after special education troubles uncovered
Houston ISD Trustees voted 5-0 to allow embattled Assistant Superintendent of Special Education Services Sowmya Kumar to resign Thursday following a Chronicle investigation that found she and her staff set an arbitrary cap on the number of students who could receive special education services in the district.
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Never-ending treadmill for ants could aid development of miniature robotics
Researchers in Germany have successfully tested a miniature treadmill built for ants with the hopes of deciphering the insects’ navigation capabilities, which could prove invaluable to the field of miniature robotics. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Woman accused of making phony bills, using them in Nevada cities, pleads guilty to counterfeiting
A woman accused of making $100 bills and using them at Reno, Carson City, and Sparks businesses pleaded guilty to counterfeiting.
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Feds: Ex-gymnastics doctor Nassar had computer files destroyed
Federal prosecutors added a child pornography-related charge on Tuesday against Larry Nassar.        
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Ex-Howell teacher sentenced for possessing child porn
Duane William Millar will spend seven years in federal prison for child pornography.        
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Microsoft’s OneDrive wants your files, but here’s how to change the default save location to your PC
Windows 10 is set up to save documents and photos to OneDrive instead of your PC. But you can change that setting, and we'll show you how. (Just be sure you
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North Wales man, 61, charged with possessing, distributing child porn

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Bail set at $50,000 for Chicago priest facing child porn charge
The Rev. Octavio Munoz, 40, is charged with one felony count for possessing two videos depicting boys in sex acts.
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Your Microsoft Windows license expired so pay up (Nooooooo!!!)
Don't do it! Microsoft scams abound. If some unknown person is suddenly demanding money or a credit card number from you because of a new computer issue, be wary.
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Prosecutors: Man used neighbor’s Wi-Fi to access porn
Prosecutors say a N.J. man used his neighbor’s Wi-Fi to download thousands of child porn images and hundreds of videos       
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HP buying Samsung Electronics' printer business for $1.05 billion
HP Inc. is buying Samsung Electronics Co.’s printer business in a deal worth $1.05 billion. HP said Monday that it is the largest print acquisition in the company's history and will help it go from traditional copiers to multifunction printers. HP also said the deal will strengthen its position...
-1 points by Los Angeles Times | Multifunction printer Inkjet printer Hewlett-Packard Laser printer Personal computer Laptop Marketing Printing
Detroit Lions vs. Indianapolis Colts Live Stream: How To Watch NFL Week 1 For Free
The Lions and the Colts are both looking to rebound from terrible 2015-16 campaigns.
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