Monthly Archives: November 2012

Senate passes “Child Protection Act of 2012”

According to the Examiner, the Senate passed new legislature this week that will protect children who are victims of child pornography and sex trafficking. The “Child Protection Act of 2012,” which was sponsored by Texas Senator John Cornyn, was previously … Continue reading

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Tajikstan orders Facebook be blocked

According to the Washington Post, 41,000 Facebook users in Tajikstan will know longer be able to use the social network as the country’s government has ordered all Internet Service Providers and mobile carriers in the country to block the site. … Continue reading

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Experience with Hurricane Sandy & Storm Athena

I know I haven’t blogged in about one month, and there are several reasons for that— a combination of too much time spent at my job and not enough free time. But the main reason I haven’t been able to … Continue reading

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