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RI Paper Urges the State to “Spell Out” Data Protection Policy in Advance of Next Year’s Truck Tolling Program

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Google steps up account security for those who need it

Google has stepped up account security for those who need it most. Users who are at particularly high risk of targeted attacks can now join the Advanced Protection Program.

Advanced Protection Program is Google’s answer to targeted online attacks

The newly-announced program goes beyond the regular two-factor authentication. It’s designed to provide Google’s strongest security.

Google adds stronger security features for hacking targets

Google just released its most powerful security feature yet. The search giant announced on its blog Tuesday morning the new Advanced Protection Program, which is intended to protect people who are at a high risk of being hacked. This...Show More Summary

Google's new super-secure email is crazy strong but not for the forgetful

Google's new "advanced protection program" email is crazy-strong but about as far from user friendly as you can get. And that's OK.        

Google's 'Advanced Protection Program' Will Protect You Against Targeted Cyberattacks

Google's new "Advanced Protection Program" will improve the security of any user of Google services, granted they own two physical U2F-based security keys.

Google Advanced Protection Program: How to lock down your account - CNET

Google takes aim at "targeted" online attacks. Here's everything you need to know about the new security option -- including whether you should use it.

Google's new Advanced Protection Program helps high-risk users - CNET

The program was created specifically for campaign staffers, journalists and others who could be targeted by hackers.

Google To Offer Security Upgrades To High-Profile Executives

Google plans on offering a new security program that will offer high-profile executives an upgrade from the standard protections on Gmail and Google Drive. The new service, called the Advanced Protection Program, will use physical USB security keys that add protection beyond two-part email authentication. Show More Summary

Title IX at 45: Advancing Critical Protections for LGBTQ People

This Friday, HRC will mark the 45 th anniversary of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination based on sex in federally funded education programs and provides legal recourse to redress such discrimination. Show More Summary

Trump Budget to Cut Gender Office that Falls Outside Mexico City Policy Protection

The gender office historically directed $240 million in programs, most notably by getting other U.S. agencies to advance sexual rights abroad in traditional African and Arab countries.

Study Lays Waste to Myths About Abortion’s Effect on Mental Health

"The study suggests that expanding access to abortion, not restricting it, is what is going to protect women’s mental health," said Dr. M. Antonia Biggs, a researcher with the Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health program at the University of California, San Francisco. The post Study Lays Waste to Myths About Abortion’s Effect on Mental Health appeared first on Rewire.

EIA Forecasts Continued Biomass-Based Diesel Growth Due to Final 2017 RFS Targets

On November 23, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its final rule for the 2017 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program year, with higher targets than those initially proposed in May. EPA increased both the advanced biofuels and total renewable fuel targets while keeping the cellulosic biofuel and biomass-based diesel targets unchanged.

Crop advances grow with protection

Most people are aware of open-source computer programs. These free programs, accessible by anyone, spread technology to distant corners of the world. Cutting-edge innovations, however, come at a price. As a result, many software companies license their work. These same concerns exist within the seed-development arena. Show More Summary

Advanced SystemCare Review

2 years agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

Advanced SystemCare Free, Pro and Ultimate are three programs for the Windows operating system designed to manage, optimize and protect PCs. All programs are compatible with all recent and not so recent versions of the Windows operating system starting with Windows XP. Show More Summary

Tax Roundup, 6/18/15: Bill protecting multi-state employees advances. Also: crowdfunding taxes, poker reporting and lots more!

  Programming Note: No Tax Roundup tomorrow. See you Monday!   The House Judiciary Committee advanced three bills: The Digital Goods and […]

Microsoft’s Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection Service Now Available For Purchase

  Microsoft today announced that Exchange Online ATP is now available to purchase through their direct channel, the Microsoft Online Subscription Program (MOSP). Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is a new email filtering...Show More Summary

Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection is now available

We are pleased to announce that Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is now available to purchase through our direct channel, the Microsoft Online Subscription Program (MOSP). Starting June 1, 2015 you will be able to order ATP through MOSP. Show More Summary

Equality is Our Business Launches in Alabama

HRC Alabama is pleased to announce its Equality is Our Business Program, designed to celebrate diversity and inclusion in the workplace, advance protections in employment, housing and public accommodations, and create more inclusive business practices.

DARPA Developing Bionic Hands for Amputees

The Defense Advanced Research Protection Agency (DARPA), the research powerhouse for the U.S. Department of Defense, is now developing a sensing bionic hand for injured veterans.It’s an innovative and ambitious program that brings new hope for veterans who are casualties of war.

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