Cybercrime Protection For Travelers

by on July 8, 2019 0

Summer is the peak travel season and travelers are flooding airports, train stations and hotels. Nearly all public locations offer WIFI now, but can you trust it? Experts are issuing a warning to be alert and careful when logging into the free accessible WIFI networks. In a recent study, despite the security risks, in...

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Maricopa County Approves Voting Machine Upgrades

by on July 1, 2019 0

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors recently approved a contract to revamp the vote-counting system and to create an executive position. They say the position will make the process of voting run more smoothly. The budget was for $6.1 million, and it was prompted when voting machines experienced glitches at the polls and caused...

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July 4th restrictions set for Phoenix trailheads

by on June 30, 2019 0

To prevent fire danger vehicle access to the city of Phoenix trailheads will be closed on July 4, beginning at 3 p.m. The city of Phoenix wants to remind residents that the annual fire ban for desert park areas remains in effect. Fireworks, open fires and smoking are prohibited to reduce fire danger. Also,...

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