Archive for April, 2009

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I think this simple graphic produced by CNN and PolitiFact says so much more than they attempted to say. Since when is something not either True or False?

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On the heels of Time Warner’s proposed Tiered Access rates it appears they and other Internet Providers in the state of North Carolina are trying to legally protect their monopolies for all time. Again this year the North Carolina General Assembly has put forth Bills which would make it nearly impossible for any local government to provide Internet or Communication Services.

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Anyway if your not familiar with this problem PersonalAntivirus is a fake antivirus. As with all such adware, PersoanlAntivirus is designed to convince users that the system is infected with malware.

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A bit late on this story but that’s mainly because the facts are just not there as to how many people have in fact been laid off. Reports vary however it appears the number is as high as 200 which is on top of the 300 in March. In our earlier post we reminded everyone of the at least $320 million state and local governments gave Dell to come to North Carolina at a time when Dell’s margins were getting thinner and thinner. Since that time Dell has remained silent on their employment numbers and is seeking to sell it’s Triad plant.

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Moses Cone Hospital has reported it’s vendor VHA in Canton, Ohio had a laptop stolen or misplaced which contained the personal data over over 14,000 patients. They do state there was a break in so we will assume it was in fact stolen. According to Moses Cone the loss includes records for patients from 2004 to 2009.

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By Christopher Stern

April 17 (Bloomberg) — House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman said he won’t compromise on his proposed 20 percent reduction in greenhouse gases over the next decade in the face of criticism from lawmakers who say the economy could suffer.

“I want to keep those caps in place,” Waxman said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt” airing this weekend. “It’s what the scientists are telling us we must do” to avoid a global catastrophe, he said.

Waxman, a California Democrat, said he would be willing to give ground in other areas of the measure, which comes up for its opening round of debate in Congress next week.

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