Jenny Leverson

251 Added | 12 Magazines | 20 Likes | 6 Following | 2 Followers | @LulaEDU | Health Policy & Education Writer, Advocate, & Bleeding Heart who believes that EDUCATION is & always will be the great equalizer

We already know blockchain’s killer apps

It wasn’t too long ago that Silicon Valley scoffed at cryptocurrencies. All over coffee shops in Mountain View and Menlo Park, you heard the same …


Football Players Thrive Off Of Endorsement Deals

August 14, 2015<p>Signing your first NFL contract is an important moment<p>The professional sports salary that many people dream of but only a select few …


Statutes & Interactive Map

In the United States, the Right of Publicity is a state-based right, and therefore each state can determine the parameters of recognition of the …

Marilyn Monroe

Healthcare made up 26% of January's data breaches

February 02, 2018 | Print | Email<p>Of January's 116 total data breaches, healthcare accounted for 31 of them, or about 26.7 percent, according to the …

How focusing on the customer (not the competition) brought us over 1 million new signups in a year

Last February, we launched a new product version.<p>We had spent nearly all of 2016 revamping a core feature and we were excited about what we’d …

Product Management

UNICEF Asks Gamers to Mine Cryptocurrency for Syrian Children

<b>The invention of cryptocurrency is a revolution in modern finance but it has far reaching implications in many other fields as well. For example, a</b> …


Robert Griffin III Guides the Browns to their First Win of 2016! | NFL Week 16 Player Highlights

Robert Griffin III

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Robert Griffin III

RG3 believes he’s the Texans’ answer at quarterback

Robert Griffin III has gone a step further than venting on Twitter.<p>Speaking with the Houston Chronicle on Tuesday, the former No. 2 draft pick …

Football (U.S.)

5 Easy Ways to Get Sued Over Online Content & Social Media

I’ve been writing digital content since the universe of online content consisted of forums on CompuServe and AOL. A lot of things have changed since …

Creative Commons

Public Schools Now Forcing Kindergarten Students To Study ‘White Privilege’

"Class should be renamed...with course description as, 'Why white males are bad, and how oppressive they are.'"


WhatsApp inches closer to revenue plan with accounts for businesses

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Messaging application WhatsApp said on Thursday that it would begin allowing business accounts for the first time, a step that brings the free service closer to a plan that would make money for its corporate parent, Facebook Inc (FB.O).<p>Some businesses already use WhatsApp, …

WhatsApp officially launches its app for businesses in select markets

WhatsApp today officially launched its new WhatsApp Business app in select markets, including Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S., ahead of its planned worldwide rollout. The addition of business profiles and new messaging tools aimed at business customers is part of the company’s …


Cryptocurrency Activities Will Be Legal and Tax Free in Belarus Starting in March

<b>The decree signed by Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko which legalizes cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, and smart contracts, will</b> …


Italian brothers behind 'Steve Jobs' company win trademark dispute against Apple

Two Italian brothers who started a fashion company called Steve Jobs have defeated Apple in a trademark dispute.<p>Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato, two entrepreneurs from Naples, have been fighting the technology giant for years after registering the “Steve Jobs” trademark in 2012.<p>A protracted legal …

Apple 'text bomb' can crash iPhones with a single message

A bug that can cripple an iPhone with a single text message has been discovered.<p>The so-called "text bomb" can crash, or re-start, a device upon receiving a text message containing a link to malicious code - and the victim does not even need to click to be affected.<p>The bug also slows Safari browser …

EU watchdog eyes crackdown on Bitcoin trading as crytocurrency worries grow

The EU markets watchdog has warned it may limit trading in crytocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum as part of a wider crackdown to protect amateur investors.<p>Regulators across Europe have been clamping down on so-called contracts for difference (CfD), which allow people to bet on price movements …

Spike in UK customers using Experian to check credit rating levels out

The spike in people choosing Experian over Equifax to access their free credit score levelled off in the final three months of 2017, amid signs hostility over its rival's data breach may have subsided.<p>In the three months to Dec 31, Experian said 3.3m people were signed up to its free credit …

Amber Tamblyn’s Aziz Ansari Comments Highlight Coercion As Something We Shouldn’t Overlook

When it comes to a recent, polarizing sexual misconduct allegation, one celebrity is making her opinion clear. Amber Tamblyn's response to the Aziz …

Amber Tamblyn

Facebook Graph Search Makes Privacy Seem Selfish

The subtle impact of Facebook Graph Search is that when you share openly, you share for the benefit of mankind. And when you don’t, or share to just a few people, you’re robbing the world of your knowledge, recommendations, and content. The question for each of us now is whether we prioritize our …

SEC discloses cybersecurity breach

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday said its “EDGAR” public-company filing system had been hacked.<p>SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said in a statement that last month "the Commission learned that an incident previously detected in 2016 may have provided the basis for illicit gain through …

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Linking and Reprinting Policy

November 08, 2011 | Print | Email<p><i>The following are the policies concerning linking to and reprinting any content published by Becker's Hospital</i> …