Facebook Changing Security Measures To Protect User Data, Says COOFacebook's COO says the company is dramatically changing the way it thinks about security for its 2.2 billion users.
Facebook Scandal Affected More Users Than Thought: Up To 87MThe news isn’t getting any better for Facebook or its users.
Anti-Gambling Measure Goes On November BallotA big decision on gambling will be coming to local ballots later this year.
Florida May Counter "Growing Threat" To Election SecurityVoter fraud has been getting a lot of attention in recent years.
Levine Releases First TV Ad In Florida's 2018 Race For GovernorThe first television ad in Florida's 2018 race for governor is going on air across the state.
Voters Approve $400 Million Miami Forever BondOutgoing Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado's $400 million Miami Forever general obligation bond was given a thumbs up by voters on Tuesday.
Florida To Pay $82K After Losing Vote-By-Mail LawsuitGovernor Rick Scott has agreed to pay $82,000 to end a lawsuit over the state's vote-by-mail law.
Election Tech Company: Venezuela Election Results 'Tampered With'The CEO of the firm who provided an automated system for Venezuela's election Sunday say the results were "tampered with."
Time To Vote In Tuesday's Special Election ShowdownSouth Florida voters are heading to the polls Tuesday for Special Election primaries for State Senate District 40 and House District 116.
Florida To Provide Limited Voter Info To Fed PanelFlorida Secretary of State Ken Detzner has announced that the state will only provide publicly available data to a federal commission.
Voting Official: Florida Elections Secure, Despite US HacksThere has been a lot of concern over voter hacking in Florida.
French Presidential Election Down To Two Very Different CandidatesFrance is one step closer to a new President after the first round of votes on Sunday.