Four employees with the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) have been accused of producing fake IDs for illegal immigrants in exchange for cash. In October 2015, state police received an anonymous letter alleging that a corrupt RMV clerk was selling stolen identifications and drivers’ licenses, according to the Justice Department. After investigating, authorities found that...
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- DMV workers made fake IDs for illegal immigrants: feds
By Fox News - Thursday Aug 3, 2017
- What we know and don’t know about Equifax hack
By Nicole Perlroth and Cade Metz - Friday Sep 15, 2017
Early this month, consumer credit reporting company Equifax revealed that it had discovered a breach in its online systems that potentially impacted 143 million consumers. But many details about the breach and the computer security defenses at Equifax are still unclear. Here’s what we know: Hackers exploited a vulnerability in website software. They gained access to certain files containing names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s license numbers. Equifax also said the thieves lifted credit card numbers for about 209,000 consumers. The breach was open from mid-May to July 29. That was when Equifax detected it.
- Hawaiian fisherman sues to restrict foreign fishing licenses
By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, Associated Press - Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
HONOLULU (AP) — A Native Hawaiian fisherman is asking an environmental court to stop Hawaii officials from issuing commercial fishing licenses to those who aren't legally admitted into the United States.Malama Chun, a Maui resident who fishes as a cultural practice, filed an appeal last month to a state Board of Land and Natural Resources decision denying his petition.Chun argues in his appeal that confining fishermen to ships violates the "law of the Splintered Paddle," a state law with origins in the Hawaiian Kingdom which says people in Hawaii must have freedom of movement: "These unfair and illegal labor practices violate this constitutional and Hawaiian Kingdom-era law protecting the rights of the common person, specifically the vulnerable foreign workers that are exploited by the longline fishing industry," the appeal said.
- 143M Social Security numbers exposed after Equifax hack
By Max Jaeger - Thursday Sep 7, 2017
Hackers may have the names and social security numbers of 143 million Americans after a massive breach of credit-reporting agency Equifax, the company said Thursday. That’s more than half of the nation’s adult population, according to census figures. Hackers also trawled through birth dates, addresses and driver’s license numbers, as well as 209,000 credit card...
- Microsoft laying off thousands of workers in sales shakeup
Thursday Jul 6, 2017
(AP) — Microsoft is laying off thousands of employees in a shake-up aimed at selling more subscriptions to software applications that can be used on any internet-connected device.Most of the people losing their jobs work in sales and are located outside the U.S. The Redmond, Washington, company confirmed that it began sending the layoff notices Thursday, but declined to provide further specifics except that thousands of sales jobs will be cut.The job cuts are part of Microsoft's shift away from its traditional approach of licensing its Office software and other programs for a one-time fee tied to a single computer.
- Airport worker ‘punches’ man holding baby after delay complaint
By The Sun - Sunday Jul 30, 2017
This is the shocking moment an airport worker was pictured appearing to punch a passenger holding a baby after he complained about a 13-hour delay on an easyJet flight. The startling image was taken by a shocked onlooker who took to social media to vent her fury as families waited to board flight EZY2122 from...