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Keep Macs safe from the dangers of the Internet Last Friday, Adobe Systems released an ahead-of-schedule update to resolve a widely known vulnerability... By Derek Erwin All businesses face cybersecurity challenges, which means proactively protecting organizational assets, employees and consumers... This month begins the 12th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), coordinated and... Apple has updated its XProtect.plist definitions file to version 2068, providing OS X with... The Apple Watch recently received its second major update, which patches a total of...
82 British TV Shows to Help with Your English - Lindsay Does Languages One thing English students always ask me is if I can recommend any TV shows to them to help support their studies. Well, I can! So without further ado, here are 82 pretty awesome British TV shows to help develop your English language skills. John Safran Early life Safran was born in Melbourne. After attending North Balwyn Primary School and Balwyn High School, he was sent to Yeshivah College, an Orthodox Jewish high school in St Kilda East. The six tech policy problems Congress failed to fix this year August isn’t the top time of year for thinking about tech policy. For many, it’s vacation time, a month when Americans are more focused on hacking a path to the nearest beach than hacking their computers. Congress just left for vacation too, heading home last week for its traditional August recess. When it returns to Washington, election season will be in full swing, which means that betting on the passage of any bold legislation later this year is a long shot. In light of that, now (and not December) is when we can look back at what activists, companies, and lawmakers were hoping to accomplish in the 113th Congress—compared to what actually happened. Which is to say "not much."