All the ways hackers could tamper with ballots Voting online is very risky. Hackers know dozens of tricks for grabbing your emails, and fax transmissions are no safer. Hacking ballots cast on the Democracy Live system is also possible, according to Specter, the MIT student, and J. Alex Halderman, a computer science professor at the University of Michigan, who co-wrote a paper on Democracy Live's vulnerabilities. … [Read more...] about Online voting, called a major risk by security experts, opens up to more voters
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"The Biden administration will engage in a whole-of-government approach to China that uses our available tools in a manner that is designed to achieve our economic, national security, and foreign policy goals", she told the committee. "US efforts to maintain its technological and innovation edge, including in sensitive “dual-use” technologies, must focus on reshoring critical supply chains. If confirmed, ensuring that the United States is able to compete in the global economy will be a top priority." She repeatedly said that the Treasury Department will "make use of the full array of tools to counter China’s abusive economic practices and hold Beijing accountable". … [Read more...] about Who is Janet Yellen, New US Treasury Secretary?
On the other hand, the responsibility also lies with companies to equip themselves with the knowledge of IP rights and understand how important it is to register their IP to protect their service, products, and trademark. The legal knowledge will also prevent companies from violating IP rights without being aware of the incident. All things considered, the protection of IP rights plays a significant role in the development of the domestic business market with a secured environment for organisations to thrive and promote the integration of Vietnam in the international market. … [Read more...] about International integration through strong intellectual property rights protection