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Ethics and biometric identity
Biometrics represent a huge advancement from the centuries-old use of paper documentation but with a price.
Password managers have a security flaw. But you should still use one.
Exclusive: A new study finds bugs in five of the most popular password managers. So how is it safe to keep all your eggs in one basket? Now for some counterintuitive advice: I still think you should use a password manager.
Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains the importance of carefully drafting buy-sell agreements to ensure every contingency is covered. /What happens to liabilities when you sell your company? I suppose it’s a question you think the buyer is most concerned with, especially if the buyer doesn’t expect to be responsible for any of the seller’s debts. But sellers have legitimate concerns also, particularly when the buyer is assuming certain liabilities.
Texas-based Service Tech AV brings a honed installation process, automated ‘Build-a-Bear’ selling system, and requirement that all clients sign service agreements to the high-rise condo and luxury home markets.
As the General Assembly reached a milestone in its 90-day legislative session, lawmakers worked late on the day known as crossover. That's a procedural deadline for a bill to pass either the House or the Senate to have a chance of clearing both chambers and making it to the governor's desk. It's not a deadline that's written in stone, but lawmakers generally aim to have legislation they intend to pass clear one of the chambers by the end of the crossover day.