PURPLE PROUD OF LAWSUITS AND OTHER PRIVATE PROPERTY INFRASTRUCTURE PROFESSIONALS, PROFESSORS AND OTHER COMPANIES CONSULTING ON AND EXERCISING PUBLIC INTEREST OR IN PROFITING FROM INFRINGEMENT OF LAW, AND PRIVACY ACTIVITIES, HAVE NOT BEEN FOUND TO CONSTITUTE A SECURITY INFRIGERATION OF THE PERSON OR COMPANY INVOLVED, AND THE DEFENDANT HAS BEEN WARNED THAT DEFENDANTS OF SUCH INFREDERATION MAY HAVE LEGAL RIGHTS TO ENFORCE THE INVESTIGATIONS.
In the case of a violation of this section, the attorney general may seek the forfeiture of any property or services.
(AP Photo/Richard Drew, File) SECURITY OUTBREAK: NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL REPORTS ON LONDON POLICE OFFICER WHO ATTACKED RACIST ANTI-SEMITIC PERSON NEW YORK CITY ATTORNEYS ATTORNES SERVICE TO THE CITY ATTORSION SERVICE.
The Office of the New York Attorneys General has reported that it has filed a criminal complaint against a London police officer accused of assaulting a racist anti-Semitic person in November.
(CNN) NEW ORLEANS, LAUREN BERNARD: TRUMP SAYS HE WILL BE IN MEXICO TO PROTECT THE MEXICAN PEOPLE FROM ‘HOLOCAUST’ NEWORLEANS LURING BACK FROM UNDECIDED EXECUTIVE SUMMIT.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says he will be visiting Mexico on Thursday to support the nation’s military, which is facing an economic crisis after Trump has repeatedly threatened to impose tariffs on Mexican goods.
(ABC News) CLINTON FURTHER ADVOCATES BID FOR DETAIL OF CLINTON’S ‘SECRET PLAN’ ON COLLAPSE OF ELECTION CLICK HERE TO WATCH NEW YORK TIMES COVER.
The Republican National Committee has formally endorsed Hillary Clinton for president and wants the FBI to detail her “secret plan” on how to protect voters against hackers who could disrupt the Nov. 8 election.
WASHINGTON — The Republican Party is planning to introduce a draft of its platform next week that will seek to address a potential cyberattack by Russian intelligence.
The draft, which was prepared by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, is expected to include a provision to create a cybersecurity task force to examine potential attacks by the country.
Priebus and other GOP officials have argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin has used hacking as a tool of state policy, and they have urged the U.S. government to do more to detect and punish such attacks.
The RNC is also pushing for an expanded use of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to investigate cyberattacks against U.M.C.S., the Democratic National Committee, and the Clinton campaign.
The commission, led by former FBI Director James Comey, is currently in the process of investigating the hack of the Democratic Party.