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Federal investigations by Facebook could blame Mark Zuckerberg for privacy, sources say

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Capitol Hill (April 11, 2018) (Andrew Harnik / AP) Tony Romm writer of technology policy April at 8:33 pm US regulators investigate Facebook Because their users' personal information has been abused, the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has sought to examine his previous privacy statements and weigh them up to see if he has any seeks …

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The hacker group claims it stole personal information from thousands of federal FBI officials

Thousands of FBI and law enforcement officials could be threatened after their personal data was stolen and published by a group of anonymous hackers, a new report said. According to TechCrunch, the hackers accessed three websites connected to FBI National Academy Associates, a non-profit law enforcement education and training program near the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Mail addresses, job …

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Federal Attorney says he has been suspected in three Louisiana church fires

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE 11. April 2019, 3:48 AM GMT / Updated 11. April 2019, 4:04 AM GMT By Phil Helsel A suspect is in custody in connection with fires at three historic black churches in Louisiana, a federal attorney …

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Exclusive: Jeff Bezos to meet with federal prosecutors for extortion and hacking claims

Plans are coming for this meeting as prosecutors in the southern district of New York are trying to gain access to Bezos electronic devices, these people said. They are trying to investigate Bezos private investigators' allegation that the Saudis had received "private information" from his phone and that this information was in the hands of American Media Inc., the national …

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Federal judge blocks the Trump administration program, which forces asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while awaiting trial

US. Intelligence near the US-Mexican border fence on April 5 from Mexicali, Mexico. A federal judge has ruled that an experimental program to maintain asylum seekers in Mexico must be discontinued by the end of the week. (Guillermo Arias / AFP / Getty Images) Maria Sacchetti Reporter on Immigrant Communities and Immigration and Customs Enforcement 8. April at 17:46 A …

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The panic over the Federal Reserve

It is hard to recall from the journalistic pack such a panic that was sparked by the news that President Trump intends to appoint Stephen Moore and Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve Board. The New York Times warns that the Fed could end under the president's "thumb". A "disgusting ghost," says the Washington Post. "Sabotage" cries the Financial Times. …

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Federal prosecutors say the woman entered Trump's Mar-a-Lago club illegally

The woman, Yujing Zhang, received access to the property on March 30 through misunderstandings with members of the Mar-a-Lago security forces, according to the lawsuit. Trump was in Mar-a-Lago that day, although he was not on the property at the time Zhang's alleged visit took place. Following their arrest, US intelligence agents searched several electronic devices, including four cell phones, …

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