New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Chair Amy Mansue says that many New Jerseyans are looking for ways to leave the state due to high property taxes. She says the state's entire infrastructure should be examined.
Although the glitches that affected United Airlines, New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street Journal weren't cyber attacks, security experts say the shutdowns do raise concerns about the vulnerability of our systems.
In a letter to customers, Verizon says service would be suspended if customers didn't provide property access to be switched to the company's fiber-optic network. Some are upset because they believe the copper wire system is more reliable.
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