Early last week, the President Trump signed a resolution - passed first by the Senate, then by the House - blocking proposed FCC regulations on how Internet Service Providers (ISPs) handle customer data. The regulations were adopted at the end of the previous administration and would have gone into effect by the end of 2017.
C|net news is reporting that Twitter has filed a suite against the Department of Homeland Security in order to block the department's demand for account information.
The DHS, according to the report, issues a summons to Twitter demanding information which would lead to the identity of the users behind the @ALT_USCIS Twitter account. This account is one of many "alternative" government agency accounts critical of the Trump administration which appeared after the inauguration of President Trump. @ALT_USCIS has focused on criticism of the immigration policies.
CSIT has received reports from at least two sources regarding a fraudulent email message which presents itself as originating from the NWU Career Center. The message - carrying the Subject "NWU Career Center (CAREER OPPORTUNITY)" - invites the recipient to become a secret shopper. It provides a link in the body of the message to follow to a site which purports to be enrolling "secret shoppers."