Fairleigh Dickinson Associate Professor of Political Science John Schiemann says the recent CIA torture report proves that using that method of interrogation doesn't get the desired results and therefore doesn't justify torture.
By Beth Fitzgerald for NJBIZ
As physician practices switch from paper charts to electronic medical records, they're coming under more pressure to guard against data breaches that deliver sensitive patient records and valuable personal information ...
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