By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — Public sector corruption has become a major issue around the world. With the increase in government watchdogs, governments have started to make more efforts to boost the public’s perception of government employees as it relates to corruption. As of the year 2015, Russia is ranked ...
March 4, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Armstrong, Marketing — New Jersey parolees are turning to the Supreme Court in hopes of overturning a local court ruling allowing paroled sex offenders to be monitored through polygraph testing. The decision published in J.B v. New Jersey State Parole Board defends the New Jersey State Parole Board in ...
February 26, 2016WebKeeper
By Jesse Newman, Marketing — National security should be a priority in any government, especially during times of war and conflict. Unfortunately, as the US continues to take part in one of the longest wars this country has ever seen, the government has proven to be deficient and vulnerable. A massive ...
February 18, 2016WebKeeper
By Codi Peterson, Marketing — It is time for the citizens of the world to stand up to their leaders in order to fight the corruption that remains rampant throughout governments. Our governments are meant to serve us, not the other way around. To assist in the battle, Transparency International creates ...
February 9, 2016WebKeeper
By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — A recently proposed bill in Israel would require a tougher screening rubric for applicants to the Israel Police. A statement by the Ministry of Public Security clarifies reasoning behind the proposed adjustment to screening procedures. The statement suggests that the bill was proposed by Israeli ...
February 1, 2016WebKeeper
By Codi Peterson, Marketing — In order to ensure integrity and honesty, The US Senate Select Committee on Ethics (SEC) is charged with investigating unethical behavior within the United States Senate. In lieu of the many scandals exposed in the media, it is assumed that this committee would have plenty to ...
January 28, 2016WebKeeper
By Jesse Newman, Marketing — How much do you trust the security of our nation’s borders? According to a recent investigative report done by the Texas Observer, perhaps too much. With national security receiving so much political attention thanks to the upcoming election, it’s alarming to see how weak and easily ...
January 19, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Armstrong, Marketing — Thousands of workers in one New Mexico school district working in close proximity to children have maintained employment for years despite never having undergone a background check. Although years had passed with no reported incidents, an abuse case recently surfaced and is being investigated in the ...
January 14, 2016WebKeeper
By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — Modern technology has enabled us to record and share some of our lives’ greatest moments. With smartphones, we can photograph and share immediately our latest adventures. Smart watches keep track of our latest workouts and motivate us to achieve our health goals. Social networks and ...
January 6, 2016WebKeeper
By Ross Watts, Marketing — Can posting social media pictures and other important personal information be dangerous and put you at risk for having your identity stolen? Frank Abagnale, a mastermind of trickery and getting away with it, warns against the dangers of using Facebook and other social media sites to ...
December 29, 2015WebKeeper
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