President Trump's Official Twitter Account Was Registered To A Personal Gmail Address Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Until Thursday afternoon, Donald Trump’s official @POTUS Twitter account was registered to a private, non-government email address, raising concerns about the security of the White House’s primary social media account. The account registration was... http://techwife.com/president-trumps-official-twitter-account-was-registered-to-a-personal-g
Condoleezza Rice: Used private email address Colin Powell: Used private email address G.W. Bush and RNC: Lost 22 million emails from and RNC private email server. Donald Trump: Purposely destroyed email evidence 10 years ago against a court order.
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http://ift.tt/2mqg3Ie Secure Messaging App 'Confide' Which The White House Staffers Uses Is Now Vulnerable The secure messaging app used by staffers in the White House and on Capitol Hill is not as secure as the company claims. Confide the secure messaging app reportedly employed by President Donald Trump's aides to speak to each other in secret promises "military-grade end-to-end encryption" to its users and claims that nobody can intercept and read chats that disappear after they are…
FCC chair to block stricter consumer data privacy protections (Reuters) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will block some Obama administration rules that subject broadband providers to stricter scrutiny than websites a spokesman said on Friday