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App of the Week – Waze

February 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Black people love their GPS. Not everybody remembers the bad old days when you had to know how to read a map to get somewhere you were not familiar with. And of course those maps could not tell you about traffic problems. That is why Waze is the App of the Week. Waze works by...

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The Internet has infiltrated every aspect of our lives. It has become both the most useful and productive and the most abused and destructive tool in human history. Domestic violence in our society has become epidemic. The Internet has become the latest weapon to inflict the deep psychological scars that the victims of domestic violence suffer. Social media,...

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We have become a medicated society. It’s a sad fact and a topic for another website. But because of America’s infatuation with pill popping we need to understand the drugs and foods we take in and how they will react inside our bodies. According to the Food and Drug Administration prescription drugs kill over 100,000 people...

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The African-American Cyber Report is examining what has become known as the deep or dark web. This is the first in a series of articles is intended to reveal to African-Americans the hidden, terrifying and illegal assortment of products and services you can buy on the dark web. We will also examine the dangers the...

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 President Obama is beginning the final two years of his presidency facing the daunting task of working with a Republican controlled House and Senate. That fact has not stopped him from announcing several initiatives aimed at improving cyber security, expanding the availability of high speed Internet and defending the nation against cyber warfare. This the third of a...

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President Obama is beginning the final two years of his presidency facing the daunting task of working with a Republican controlled House and Senate. That fact has not stopped him for announcing several initiatives aimed at improving cyber security, expanding the availability of high speed Internet and defending the nation against cyber warfare. This the second of a...

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President Obama Launches Cyber Offensive

January 19, 2015 | 2 Comments

    President Obama is beginning the final two years of his presidency facing the daunting task of working with a Republican controlled House and Senate. This fact has not stopped him for announcing several initiatives aimed at improving cyber security, expanding the availability of high speed Internet and defending the nation against cyber warfare. The AACR is...

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App of the Week – ClassDojo

January 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

  Some of us remember the day when you dreaded that call from your teacher. Or the letter home. It was an old school way of alerting your parents of what was happening in class and it was not always good news. Black parents should be aware and monitor their child’s progress and performance in...

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Scammers are phishing for LinkedIn members log in credentials by sending emails that are supposed to be from LinkedIn Support. Symantec Senior Security Response Manager  Satnam Narang wrote about the phishing campaign observed over the past week. In the post Narange stated; “The body of the email claims that irregular activities have prompted a ‘compulsory security update’...

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Car Shopping? Study First!

January 12, 2015 | 1 Comments

  Car shopping is not something you do everyday. So to do it right you need to study. We all get a little faint and our heart begins to pound when the new cars are introduced annually. But in reality black people need to make sure they are getting the right car for the right price. So again, you...

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