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Chinese Espionage: Was the OPM “Hack” Not a Hack, but Treason?

Chinese Espionage: Was the OPM “Hack” Not a Hack, but Treason?
Despite its importance, there's a story that's not getting out to the public — at least not as quickly as data that should be secret is getting out to the Chinese. Many of you have heard about the supposed “hack” of the Office of Personnel Management …
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US Internet Handoff Generates Sparks in Congress
That stewardship is slated to end, however, with NTIA proposing to relinquish its presence in the operation of the Internet to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, a multistakeholder group of network players. … "The …
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Longtime 60 Minutes reporter Morley Safer writes foreward for Kingston writer
"Old friends make appearances (in A Complex Fate)," noted Safer, who started his broadcast career as a CBC foreign correspondent before joining CBS in 1964. He mentioned former network colleagues Eric Sevareid and close pal Charles Collingwood …
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Pay Attention to 4 Overlooked Factors When Researching U.S. Colleges
The school's partnerships abroad also allow students to study in foreign countries and broaden their network across the globe. Students who are considering working internationally are likely to find these exchange programs beneficial to their job …
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Margaret A. Hamburg, MD, Reflects on 6 Years at FDA
Shortly after JAMA's interview, the Institute of Medicine announced Hamburg's appointment as its next foreign secretary, where she will serve as a senior adviser on international matters and a liaison to foreign academies of medicine and science.
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Meat Industry Hall of Fame names seven new members to the Class of 2015
The Meat Industry Hall of Fame is proud to announce the Members of the Class of 2015. A record number on nominees were on this year's ballot, and a record number of votes were cast by current Members and the organization's Board of Trustees. "The final …
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Chinese hack of federal personnel files included security-clearance database
The Chinese breach of the Office of Personnel Management network was wider than first acknowledged, and officials said Friday that a database holding sensitive security clearance information on millions of federal employees and contractors also was …
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Headhunter James Citrin tells millennials how to land jobs and keep them
James Citrin is a corporate headhunter at executive search firm Spencer Stuart, where he leads the firm's work in finding chief executive candidates. He recruited Marissa Mayer to Yahoo Inc., for instance. ————. FOR THE RECORD. June 12, 10 a.m …
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A Global Education Opens Doors but Leaves Many Shut Out
"It's a moral issue," said Martin Tillman, a higher-education consultant and longtime expert on career development and international study. He's leading a session on Friday at the Nafsa conference on economic inequality and the growing gap in access to …
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Ex-consul gets 8 years for claiming to be a UP grad
A former consul general in Japan was sentenced to up to eight years of imprisonment for falsification of her personal data after she claimed that she was a graduate of the University of the Philippines (UP), which allowed her to qualify for a promotion.
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