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Study Points to Security Weaknesses in Online Voter Registration Systems

Online attackers can purchase enough personal information to alter online voter registration information in as many as 35 states and the District of Columbia, according to a report by the Harvard University Institute for Quantitative Social ... Read More
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Helping Doctors Take Back Medicine

Dr. Shantanu Nundy shares how the Human Diagnosis Project makes specialty care accessible to patients by fostering community among doctors, while helping them master their craft and provide meaning to their work. Read More
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Engaging With Partners for the Public Good

Inclusion and community engagement are in Internet Archive’s library DNA, Wendy Hanamura says that is why it is working hand-in-hand with authors, publishers, and librarians who share these values. Read More
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Helping Grantmakers Understand Digital Security Threats

The Digital Security and Grantcraft Guide helps grantmakers better understand and navigate the rapidly evolving digital security landscape, in which targeted digital threats are becoming increasingly frequent. Read More
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Created With and Led by the Global Medical Community

Human Dx is bringing America’s leading medical societies, boards, health systems, academic and community centers together to build the world’s online medial system, according to its Director of Medicine Seiji Hayashi. Read More
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Identifying Cyberespionage and Disinformation in Russia

Hackers are increasing efforts to steal and manipulate emails from critics of the Russian government, according to a report from Citizen Lab, recipient of the MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. Read More
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Broken in the Warm Heart of Africa

Maria Oden watched her newborn daughter cling to life with the help of technology which motivated the Rice University bioengineer to help develop a suite of rugged, simple technologies to save lives of Malawi newborns. Read More
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Walmart Pledges to Cut Carbon Emissions in Supply Chain to fight Climate Change

Walmart has launched Project Gigaton, a first-of-its-kind initiative to mobilize its suppliers, the largest supply chain in the world, to take one gigaton of carbon out of the atmosphere by reducing emissions. Read More
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A Passion for Providing People with Access to Knowledge

Wendy Hanamura says $100 million would allow The Internet Archive to provide libraries and learners with free, long-term access to 4 million books. Read More
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UCI Launches Connected Learning Lab

The University of California, Irvine, has launched the Connected Learning Lab, a new interdisciplinary hub dedicated to researching and putting into practice equitable learner-centered innovation in educational technology. Read More