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Spying, a Temporary Budget, Restitution for Child Porn Victims and a Possible Solution for Dreamers

An Act to Amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 to improve foreign intelligence collection and the safeguards, accountability and oversight of acquisitions of foreign intelligence, to extend Title VII of such Act, and for other purposes (S. 139) – The text for this original bill was replaced with language for the FISA Amendments … Continue reading “Spying, a Temporary Budget, Restitution for Child Porn Victims and a Possible Solution for Dreamers”

Net Neutrality – What’s All the Fuss About?

According to the pundits, the Dec. 14 move by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to repeal existing net neutrality rules is either a major blow to free communication or a storm in a teacup. Perhaps the truth lies somewhere between these polarizing viewpoints. It appears that those who supported dismantling the rules put in place … Continue reading “Net Neutrality – What’s All the Fuss About?”

How to Build Trust with Customers Online

When it comes to selling online, gaining users’ trust is a serious matter for businesses. Based on a July 2015 poll from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, security and privacy concerns are a big reason consumers are not doing more online. The survey found that 45 percent of respondents … Continue reading “How to Build Trust with Customers Online”

Making Changes to Corporate and Individual Income Taxes, Indian Tribe Resource Programs and Previous Legislation

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) – The GOP-sponsored tax reform bill made final passage through Congress on Dec. 20. The following are provisions with the widest-ranging impact: Lowers the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent Allows companies a one-time repatriation of overseas cash Retains seven individual tax brackets: 10 percent, … Continue reading “Making Changes to Corporate and Individual Income Taxes, Indian Tribe Resource Programs and Previous Legislation”

Weighing the Impact of the Equifax Breach

Call it ironic that on the very day Equifax went public with news of its massive data breach, Congress was holding hearings on reducing the regulations imposed on U.S. credit bureaus. Long before the recent breach that exposed confidential data affecting about 143 million Americans, Equifax had been lobbying aggressively on issues involving data security … Continue reading “Weighing the Impact of the Equifax Breach”

 

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