Millions of sensitive files—some regarding investigations by the FBI—were uncovered in an unprotected data leak at the Oklahoma Securities Commission in December. Forbes reports that three terabytes of information was left on a server with no password, leaving it open to anyone with an internet connection. The leaked data included passwords, bank transactions, thousands of social security numbers and email archives stretching back nearly two decades. The data leak was uncovered by the...
Gas is relatively cheap these days. Enjoy those low prices, but don't get used to them, analysts say. An oversupply of oil on the world market has triggered a steady slide in gas prices, bringing Americans some of the cheapest gas in years as 2019 kicked off. Nationally, regular was averaging around $2.25 per gallon at the start of January — the lowest price for this time of year since 2016, according to AAA. It's welcome news for drivers. Just last summer, gas prices were at four-year highs....
The partial government shutdown is inflicting far greater damage on the U.S. economy than the Trump administration previously estimated, the White House acknowledged. President Trump's economists have now doubled projections of how much economic growth is being lost each week. They originally estimated the partial shutdown would subtract 0.1 percentage point from economic growth every two weeks. Now, they see that loss happening every week the shutdown lasts, according to a CNBC report citing...
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