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Every company and household generates e-waste in the form of obsolete computers, monitors, printers, and peripherals. In fact, according to the StEP Initiative (“Solving the E-Waste Problem”, a partnership created by the United Nations organizations, government, non-government and science organizations), over 54 million tons of used electrical and electronics products were disposed of in 2014....
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Recently, we have witnessed data breaches becoming a notable risk for organizations of all sizes as hackers latch on to and target intellectual property and customers’ personally identifiable information within digital spaces. As hackers find new and back-end ways to access private property on various channels, there is a need for tactical solutions. A bill...
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Recently, we have witnessed data breaches becoming a notable risk for organizations of all sizes as hackers latch on to and target intellectual property and customers’ personally identifiable information within digital spaces. As hackers find new and back-end ways to access private property on various channels, there is a need for tactical solutions. A bill...
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Every company and household generates e-waste in the form of obsolete computers, monitors, printers, and peripherals. In fact, according to the StEP Initiative (“Solving the E-Waste Problem”, a partnership created by the United Nations organizations, government, non-government and science organizations), over 54 million tons of used electrical and electronics products were disposed of in 2014....
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