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GOP Candidate Carl DeMaio Raises Over $3.1 Million Online in 2018 Cycle

GOP Candidate Carl DeMaio Raises Over $3.1 Million Online in 2018 Cycle

San Diego – As Republicans nationwide continue to struggle with online fundraising, one bright spot comes from an unexpected place: California. Former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio has built an expansive and powerful online statewide grassroots donor network as he leads his Reform California Super PAC which most recently backed Yes on Prop 6, […]

Major online privacy bill becomes law after whirlwind week

Major online privacy bill becomes law after whirlwind week

by Chris Reed . A far-reaching online privacy bill that got next-to-no vetting or legislative debate was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last Thursday – the product of a quickly hammered-out agreement among state legislators, privacy advocates, tech firms and a real estate tycoon whose qualifying of an even more sweeping privacy measure for the November ballot […]

Instead of Arguing Online, Political Foes Are Coming Together Over Food to ‘Make America Dinner Again’

Instead of Arguing Online, Political Foes Are Coming Together Over Food to ‘Make America Dinner Again’

When the presidential race came to an end in November 2016, Justine Lee and Tria Chang were both saddened by the amount of political divisiveness that showed up on their social media news feed. Instead of joining in on the online arguments, however, the friends wanted to bring people together in person so they could […]

How much have you spent on Amazon over the years? Here’s how to tell

How much have you spent on Amazon over the years? Here’s how to tell

Are you spending too much money on Amazon.com? There’s a little-known way to find out the exact amount you’ve spent on the e-commerce site over the years. There are four main steps to figuring out your total Amazon spending.

Online Shopping Guide: How to get the best price possible

Online Shopping Guide: How to get the best price possible

The holiday shopping season is in full swing! To help you get the best deals, discounts and prices, here are some tips and strategies that will help you save the most on your online purchases — any time of year!

These are the best Black Friday deals on the internet

These are the best Black Friday deals on the internet

We’ll be updating this through Cyber Monday. Let’s get some gifts this weekend, folks. Rawpixel.com via Unsplash For the deal seeker, there are few days headier than Black Friday (and maybe the day after Christmas).

Like it or Not: The World of Small Business is Changing Thanks to the Internet

Like it or Not: The World of Small Business is Changing Thanks to the Internet

  . By Stephen Frank The world is changing.  It is estimated that is less than five years 25% of the nation’s malls will be closed.  The use of the Internet to buy everything from baby diapers to world cruises is easy, cheaper and also slows down climate change.  My wife and I bought all […]

Towns take heat from proposed taxes targeting streaming video

Towns take heat from proposed taxes targeting streaming video

By James Poulos . Tempting fate — and mobilized outrage from consumers and their Silicon Valley allies — municipalities around California have zeroed in on a new source of revenue: Online film and television streaming services, and the people who use them. “If the cities are successful in adjusting their existing utility users taxes — and there are questions […]

Government & Technology: A Modest Proposal

Government & Technology: A Modest Proposal

By Thomas L. Knapp Twitter’s making it just a little bit harder for the US intelligence community to surveil your online activity.  As Kevin McCoy of USA Today reports, the company “told Dataminr, the business partner that sifts through and provides access to the full output of Twitter’s social media postings known as tweets, that […]

Free Online Tools Help California Working Families File Taxes, Earn Cash Back from New CalEITC

Free Online Tools Help California Working Families File Taxes, Earn Cash Back from New CalEITC

Hundreds of Millions of Dollars Now Available for Working Families and Individuals SACRAMENTO, symptoms March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — CalEITC4Me, a public-private campaign to get the word out to more than 600,000 eligible Californians about the new State earned income tax credit (CalEITC) program, has introduced online tools that make it easy for working families […]

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