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Religious Freedom Act: Are businesses becoming more socially conscious? (+video)

The companies castigating Indiana's RFRA law are not promoting liberal idealism over profits: Their response is a recognition that – at least when it comes to the issue of gay marriage – social activism is also good business.

 
 
 
 
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  • Passcode The great Anonymous divide

    While the Guy Fawkes masks associated with Anonymous are seen at youthful protests around the world, the hacktivist collective is far from being a unified global movement.

  • Passcode Lessons from the trenches of a cybercrisis rapid response team

    Many major security vendors have teams of professionals ready to aid companies under cyberattack. At IBM, calls to the hotline for its emergency response team dubbed 'Cyber 911' have tripled over the past year. Here's some advice from its team for businesses to protect themselves.

  • Passcode Voices How to defeat Internet bullies

    Laws against online abuse are often underenforced and many police departments need better training to confront threats on the Web. But author and privacy expert Danielle Citron says states are starting to do more, and the public is beginning to stand up against Internet trolls, bullies, and tormentors.

March 31, 2015

Photos of the day 03/31

A supporter of presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressive Congress (APC) party celebrates in Kano, Nigeria. Nigeria's opposition APC declared an election victory on Tuesday for former military ruler Buhari and said Africa's most populous nation was witnessing history with its first democratic transfer of...

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