Report: Online trolls are spreading offline hate against LGBTQ Americans | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Researchers found an 'alarming' rise of hate on social media.
Wolf OKs bill for Pa. National Guard to provide cybersecurity training to local governments
Malware is reportedly the leading front of asymmetrical warfare.
Infrastructure Law: Why high-speed broadband is essential as water & electricity | Opinion
By correcting course, the new law is an important step toward affordable internet for all.
States, including Pa., weigh bans on ransomware payoffs
Some cybersecurity specialists say lawmakers should pump more money into helping state and local governments strengthen their systems rather than banning ransom payments.
New law could expand 5G’s reach in Pa.
At least 25 states have approved legislation smoothing a path for 5G technology, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
A tax on digital ad sales won’t solve all of Pa.’s budget problems. But it’ll help | Mike Connolly
If Harrisburg implemented such a measure, it could raise nearly $500 million, and would likely grow each year with the continued growth of online advertising.
Facebook group kickstarts a grassroots response to COVID-19 in Allegheny County
Shanon Williams, a Pittsburgh-based social worker, created the group Allegheny County Resources & Support Amid COVID-19 to bring residents together.
Craigslist at 25: A reminder that a more democratic version of the web can still thrive | Opinion.
By Jessa Lingel Fake news. Online surveillance. Phishing scams. Biased algorithms. It’s easy to be cynical about the internet, and harder to remember a time when being online felt less commercial and more democratic. But there was a period when websites didn’t rely on user data for profit margins, when people still viewed the internet […]