NSW labor split over inequality policy: US UK Europe are facing same risque issues
Ross Gittins: The Threat of Terrorism in Australia is a scam that costs us dearly
Ponemon Institute© Research Report, Challenges & Trends in Public Sector IT Operations: United States. DevOps fuels optimism despite declining confidence, July 2017
“Public sector organizations are feeling the pains of digital transformation. Faced with modernization, data center upgrades and continuous cloud-first initiatives, this transformation of the IT environment is making it a challenge to deliver services, comply with service level agreements (SLAs), meet citizens’ expectations and achieve organizational missions
He Investigated Dubious Firings for U.S. Then He Was Fired Bloomberg
Trump must eventually fire Robert Mueller, a partisan tool carrying water for his Establishment pals as he oversees an utterly corrupt “investigation” where the only person we actually know committed any wrongdoing is his bestest buddy Jim Comey. But Trump can’t just lash out and do it, though it is well within his political and moral right to do so. No, he’s got to do it cleverly, with cunning, in a way that shows the American people exactly why Mueller’s witch hunt is a flaming dumpster fire of conflicts of interest and contempt for the right of normal Americans to have a say in their own governance.
Gov Info Security A new study into the state of consumer routers by Carnegie Mellon University researchers is unsparing in its criticism: It's a market of lemons, and virtually all of the test models have security problems. That won't come as news to those in computer security, but it underscores the increasing warnings about the internet of things, the catch-all term for computer devices with internet connectivity. The researchers knew they were heading into a well-trod area, but they hoped their study "may provide clear metrics" about the 'lemon market' effect."