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Church phone systems vulnerable to costly hacking

Most churches with multiline small-business phone systems are unaware of the potential for their phones to be hacked by international criminals. This can be a very costly problem, as we discovered when our phone system was hacked over a weekend from outside and used to...

source: By Robert C. Foreman
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Some of the top names in Christian ministry — including the National Religious Broadcasters, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, the Chuck Colson Center, Albert Mohler and Charles Stanley — are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to protect marriage as God defined...

source: WND

The American Cable Association said the key barrier to broadband deployment remains the high cost of programming and that, without some relief, the video portion of the triple play could become unsustainable for smaller operators. The organization made that point to the...

source: Multichannel News

The FCC's proposed formula for calculating the prices it will offer broadcasters in the opening round of the incentive auction will result in at least 1,100 stations getting less than they deserve. The alternative that the Expanding Opportunities for Broadcasters Coalition...

source: TVNewsCheck

Does the PPM process owe many radio stations an apology? The newest blog for Harker Research's Radio InSights takes an interesting look at the PPM ratings methodology and openly wonders if it is actually as reliable as first believed. Certain radio formats, including Talk...

source: Radio Ink

The Federal Communications Commission may have to soon consider the first disputes under its new net neutrality regulations, starting with a fight over Internet congestion and online video. Cogent Communications, which controls parts of the Internet backbone, is preparing...

source: National Journal

Reps. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., John Conyers, D-Mich., and Ted Deutch, D-Fla., plan to introduce music licensing reform legislation Monday at an event at SAG-AFTRA headquarters. The bill is being tabbed the Fair Play Fair Pay Act of 2015 and, by...

source: Broadcasting & Cable

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