Senate President talks about recent trade mission to Israel

Georgia Senate President Pro Tem John Kennedy, R-Macon, was among the state’s leaders accompanying Gov. Brian Kemp on his recent Trade Mission to Israel, and says the trip was a great way to share Georgia’s story with Israel’s top diplomats and “begin a conversation about how our nations can work together to yield opportunity for our state throughout multiple sectors of our economy.”

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Debate over a cost hike for Atlanta’s new police training facility, and arrests of radicals connected to violent protests at the site, open the June 4th show. Discussion then turns to a Bartow County controversy over property owner rights versus public access to beautiful acreage.

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Preventing Scams Against Georgia’s Elderly – 101

The number of financial scams against senior citizens continues to grow according to the FBI’s Elder Fraud Report of 2022. It shows the total losses reported by elderly victims increased 84% from 2021. Elderly Georgians were particularly hard-hit with scams at a rate faster than the national average. 

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Mercer hack exposes nearly 100,000

Georgia is the cybersecurity capital of the Southeast – and possibly of the entire U.S. – but it is far from safe from cyber attacks.  Mercer University, in Macon, is the target of two federal lawsuits alleging that the school did not do enough to keep personal information safe ahead of a major data breach that led to more than 93,000 people having their personal data leaked online.  The hack occurred in February but individuals were notified in May that their personal information, including Social Security numbers and driver’s license numbers may have been compromised.  One suit says the attack was “highly foreseeable” and that the school didn’t do enough to prevent it, and was too slow to alert individuals who had their information leaked.  The cyber attack has Mercer’s cybersecurity SINKING…

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