NSA Watchdog: Surveillance Giant Still Isn’t Securing Its Networks

PATRICK SMITH/GETTY Despite suffering multiple devastating security breaches and data exfiltration over the past five years, the National Security Agency still isn’t taking sufficient measures to secure its digital troves of highly valuable information, according to a rare public report from the NSA’s inspector general. NSA Watchdog: Surveillance Giant Still Isn’t Securing Its Networks Investigators…

Commission spurns Schuette opinion, plans to protect LGBT rights

The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is standing by its decision to authorize investigations into discrimination against LGBT residents despite Attorney General Bill Schuette’s recent rebuke of the policy. At a meeting in northern Michigan Monday, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission reiterated its support for the interpretive statement members approved in May legally interpreting the Elliott-Larsen…