Thursday, May 26, 2016

Around The Net

  • State Department Inspector Says Clinton Violated Rules Reuters

    Hillary Clinton violated regulations when she used a private email server without approval when serving as U.S. secretary of state, an internal government watchdog revealed on Wednesday. The State Department's inspector general released the report after completing the first official audit of the controversial action. ...Read the whole story

  • Apple & Facebook Urge Congress to Pass Email Privacy Bill The Washington Post

    Silicon Valley giants including Apple and Facebook have co-written a letter with consumer advocacy groups to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, encouraging Congress to pass the email privacy bill. The bill will update an out-of-date law and require investigators to get a warrant before accessing the emails of citizens. ...Read the whole story

  • Falmouth Road Race Lottery Email Mishap Runner's World

    The organizers of a seven-mile race in Falmouth, Massachusetts confused many would-be participants this week. The Falmouth Road Race applicants were waiting news if they have earned one of the 12,800 spots in the lottery. The emails went out this week, but didn't give a clear answer as to whether the recipient got in or not. Instead, many registrants received emails saying that were in and other emails that they had not won. Others got emails saying their credit cards would be charged thousands of dollars. ...Read the whole story

  • Trump Spokeswoman Sends Campaign Plans to Reporter Instead of Adviser The Blaze

    A campaign spokeswoman for Donald Trump accidentally revealed the campaign's attack plans when sending an email to a reporter today. The email showed that the Trump campaign plans to dredge up the Whitewater real estate scandal in attacks against Hillary Clinton. Hope Hicks intended the email to go to Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo, but sent it to Politico's Mark Caputo instead. ...Read the whole story

  • Brexit Campaign Group Takes on Competing Group in Email Push The Telegraph

    Leave.EU, a group campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union, sent out an email to its list this week, revealing the personal phone numbers of officials for the official group supporting the Brexit plan, Vote Leave. The email urged supporters to call those officials. ...Read the whole story

Unpredictability Of Trump Reflected In Campaign Disorder

Donald Trump and his campaign have completely defied expectations this cycle. He has been able to win a densely crowded Republican nomination with a minuscule campaign staff is a testament to the strength of his name ...More