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Western Pennsylvania county website hacked

by • 4 years ago

The homepage for Indiana County, Pennsylvania, was hacked early Monday morning. The site is now back online.

Arkansas releases statewide school security panic button

by • 4 years ago

The panic button system will connect schools and authorities during emergencies.

Montana removes roadblocks for ridesharing operators

by • 4 years ago

After the state's Public Service Commission created a new license for ridesharing operations, Uber applied in order to operate in the state.

E-notary program comes to Delaware

by • 4 years ago

As e-signature technology catches on, Delaware joins 16 other states with e-notary programs, statutes or rules.

Water management not helping Calif. drought – report

by • 4 years ago

Technology could help Los Angeles’ main water suppliers better track leaks, researchers at UCLA say.

Calif. bill could halt hobbyist drone operation over fires

by • 4 years ago

As the FAA soars closer to commercial drone regulations, questions remain over when and where hobbyist operators can use their UAS.

Broadband expansion to move forward in Kentucky

by • 4 years ago

An effort to expand the reach of broadband across Kentucky is now underway after several years of planning.

How tech could aid downsizing the Pa. legislature

by • 4 years ago

Pennsylvania has more full-time representatives than any state in the nation. State lawmakers believe communications technology could reduce the size of their Legislature.

Northrop Grumman to pick up half of laid-off VITA workers

by • 4 years ago

After the Virginia Information Technologies Agency laid off 51 employees last week, the holder of its main outsourcing contract said it would rehire almost half of them.

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