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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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Their belief in the biblical definition of marriage puts one Idaho couple center stage in America's culture war over same-sex marriage. Donald and Evelyn Knapp own a Hitching Post Wedding Chapel. They are also Christians and ordained ministers and have been marrying couples...

source: The Christian Broadcasting Network

Back in early 2013, the FCC took steps to help consumers deal with the dreaded cell phone phenomenon of dead spots by allowing the use of private signal boosters. And now, underscoring its interest in encouraging such devices, the Commission has tweaked its rules. But be...

source: CommLawBlog

Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, outlined his priorities for technology legislation in the next Congress, keying in on patent and immigration reform, as well as updates to email privacy protections. Hatch, the chairman of the GOP's High-Tech Task Force, delivered remarks at the...

source: The Hill

North Korea has released American Christian Jeffrey Fowle. He flew out of the communist country on a U.S. government jet. The State Department credited Sweden with helping facilitate his release. The U.S. does not have formal relations with North Korea. "We welcome the...

source: The Christian Broadcasting Network

he FCC's Media Bureau has stopped the clock on both the AT&T/DirecTV and the Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger reviews, citing a series of objections filed by content companies who don't want their contracts accessed by third parties. The FCC modified the joint protective...

source: Multichannel News

Advocates of low-power TV stations and translators have been worried that their interests will be ignored in the upcoming FCC incentive auction and spectrum repack. Now, however, the Government Accountability Office is being asked to study the situation and the hope is the...

source: TVNewsCheck

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