The Intercept “obtained a copy” of the FBI’s 48-question, 2015 “Indicators of Mobilization to Violence” protocol, a list of 48 questions that FBI investigators can use to determine if a subject is at risk for committing terrorist acts.
The FBI has always been hostile to Freedom of Information Act requests: it habitually violates the law by allowing these requests to go more than 30 days without a response, and maintains a lab full of 1980s-vintage computers that it uses to (badly) fulfill public records request, so that it can reject requests on the […]
The FBI’s Rap Back (“Record of Arrest and Prosecution Background”) system is a service that employers can use to continuously monitor their employees’ criminal and arrest records, getting alerts when an employee with a “clean” record is alleged to have gotten into some kind of trouble.
Although there will never be a consensus about the best way to make coffee, any coffee connoisseur will agree that controlling the grind of your beans and balancing water temperature are the keys to a tasty cup. Since your plastic coffee pot doesn’t really allow for that kind of customization, going back to the French […]
Not all hackers are malicious information thieves—white-hat ethical hackers work with technology companies to ensure the security of their computer systems and user data. With all of today’s high-profile data breaches, ethical hackers are in considerable demand. To learn these critical skills and break into the high-paying cyber security field, try taking the courses in this […]
Making people aware of goods and services in the digital age requires an array of new strategies from social media and email to number-crunching tools like Google Analytics. To get a handle on the techniques used to capture attention and convert traffic into dollars in a crowded online environment, the Full-Stack Marketer Bundle offers 22 hours of training to get […]