Publishers call for 1,500 new public interest journalists

A group of regional publishers is urging the government to back a major expansion in the number of ‘public interest journalists,’ arguing that more than 1,500 will be needed to ensure all courts and councils are covered. Dame Frances Cairncross, left, is due to present her report this week on how to fund and sustain […]

City of Highland Village, Texas Streams Public Meetings Liv…

“By streaming their public meetings with Swagit, the City is providing their residents access to an event that they might not otherwise be able to attend,” said Natascha Ross, Swagit’s Account Manager. DALLAS (PRWEB) January 29, 2019 The City of Highland Village, Texas has partnered with Swagit to stream their indexed public meetings, live […]

Government closely watching public opinion on asylum seeker…

OTTAWA – The federal government has been closely monitoring public reaction to the influx of asylum seekers in Canada — regularly conducting national surveys and measuring discussions on social media. Documents released to The Canadian Press under access-to-information law show department officials receive weekly internal updates on media coverage and public response to issues related […]

Battery Industry Begins Public Safety Campaign against Misu…

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Public snapshots pose significant Amazon EBS security risks

Manage Learn to apply best practices and optimize your operations. Exposed EBS snapshots can leave volumes open to public intrusion or manipulation. Manage your snapshot settings carefully to protect your EC2 data. Share this item with your network: Amazon EBS provides flexibility to manage the system environment and associated data for VMs, but one […]

Google marks 14 years as a public company

Despite concerns that going public might endanger Google’s famously quirky but intensely focused culture, the company’s initial public offering (IPO) went forward on August 19, 2004. The company offered 19,605,052 shares at a price of $85 per share, valuing the company at more than $23 billion. Fourteen years later, Google parent company Alphabet’s market cap […]