This is very unsettling. First the US had concerns about Huawei, now the Feds charge a New York firm with illegally selling Chinese-made security equipment as American-made…to resell to our military. Very unsettling to say the least.
Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees…makes a huge difference, outside of New York.
We are not a party that supports more government; however, we certainly understand why the District Attorney’s in New York State need more money to comply with the extremes the democrats included in the criminal justice bill. DAs say they need more funding to carry out criminal justice law changes. (see additional articles in the weekend round up.)
So, is the HIPAA Law no longer law, or is Google (and others) defying the HIPAA Law? Technology knows too much about personal lives and may soon be in a position to dictate to government who should stay and who should go. Yet, we just keep giving Big Tech more and more information. CNBC is not as concerned as others; Google’s hospital data-sharing deal raises privacy fears — here’s what’s really going on.
Great article by Bob McManus: NYC’s would-be mayors give the NYPD the churro.
Fr. George Michael Rutler and his words of wisdom makes a lot of sense in his weekly column of November 10, 2019.
In case you missed these articles from the weekend: