'Legal Equalizer' App Helps People Know Their Rights, Safely Interact With Police: 'Accountability On All Sides For Everybody'The Founder and CEO of the Legal Equalizer app hopes that it will help to de-escalate situations between police and citizens by providing accountability on all sides.
Pullman Porter Museum Director Says His Facebook Page Was Hacked And Used To Scam PeopleGetting hacked on Facebook is nothing new, but on Tuesday night, the director of a historic Chicago museum said that hackers have been using his account to scam people online.
Lightfoot: Free High Speed Internet Available To 100,000 CPS Students"This program is a critical component of our STEP agenda and the efforts to end poverty and a part of our mission to drive improved academic outcomes at CPS.”
T-Mobile Users Around Country Report Problems With Calls, TextsT-Mobile users in Chicago and around the country were reporting major problems making calls and sending text messages Monday.
Zoom Booms As Pandemic Drives Millions To Its Video ServiceOverall, Zoom now has more than 300 million daily participants attending a meeting held on its service, up from 10 million five months ago. Those numbers include people who join multiple Zoom meetings during the same day, something that has been happening more recently in recent months.
Illinois Grants To Help Expand Broadband, Digital Access
Joliet High School Class In Remote Learning Session Subjected To Racial Slurs, Porn In Zoombombing AttackHigh school students in Joliet were the targets of a new Zoombombing attack.
Printing Out A Solution For The COVID-19 Problem"Every day a new person is showing up and it's a completely selfless act."
Ransomware Attack Renders LaSalle County Government Computers UnusableHackers looking to score cash are now targeting the government in LaSalle County, Illinois.
Signs Of Progress As State Of Illinois Works To Bring Computers Into Present DayBack in August of last year, CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker told head Illinois state IT guru Ron Guerrier that she would be checking back in six months about rectifying issues with old state computers. Those six months are up.
Computer Scientist Who Pioneered 'Copy' And 'Paste' Has DiedAfter leaving Apple in 1997 he co-founded an education software company and held executive positions at Amazon, Yahoo and the genetics-testing service 23andMe before turning to independent consulting.
Morgan Stanley To Buy E-Trade For $13 BillionE-Trade will bring with it 5.2 million client accounts, $360 billion in retail client assets and a pool of customers who may become wealthier and use more of Morgan Stanley’s full-service offerings. Morgan Stanley has 3 million client relationships and $2.7 trillion in client assets.
Facebook Reverses On Paid Political Messages That Aren't AdsIt used to be clearer what's an ad and what isn't — and thus what's subject to disclosures and other rules. With social media, a campaign can pay celebrities and other influential users to spread a message on their behalf, without ever buying an ad and be subject to its rules.
Amazon Wants To Question Trump Over Losing $10B Contract BidAmazon's court filing cites an alleged comment that surfaced in a book last year that said Trump privately told then-Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to "screw Amazon" out of the contract.
Twitter Shares Jump On Rise In User Numbers, RevenueThe company averaged 152 million daily users during the last three months of the year, up from 145 million during the previous quarter.