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Retailers, businesses of all sizes, and call-centers all base the majority of their business transactions through credit cards. Call-centers require that the customer use credit cards to handle their purchase orders. No matter if they are a sole-proprietorship of only one or a large corporation of thousands, businesses also manage credit card data to perform their business transactions. Retailers everywhere, both large and small, handle credit cards as a means of making purchases. What do all of these different size businesses have in common? They must adhere to global PCI standards.
As COVID19 has put the breaks on our social lives, many have turned to social media as an outlet. The challenges with social media are at an all-time high. Before you consider participating or even allowing your children to participate in what can appear to be harmless fun, there may be a few things to consider.
“This is the career he loved to perform; he loved to work in. He is fourth-generation law enforcement, and his sister is in law enforcement, his father was in law enforcement, his uncle was in law enforcement, and he loved being a deputy sheriff.”
“Alex was the type of guy who would be a leader. He never wanted to promote. In 27 years, you’d think that you’d have someone that would want to promote to sergeant or a lieutenant, possibly even chief. However, Alex never wanted to promote because he liked serving the community, and he liked being involved in the community, and he liked mentoring other officers.”
Greenville County Sheriff Hobart Lewis stated that Jumper had received multiple distinguished service awards and the prestigious Russ Sorrow Award. “Jumper always strived to be the best deputy he could be, acquiring many certifications. He was a tireless worker and a loving friend. He will be missed dearly.”
Sergeant Harold L. Preston is survived by his elderly parents, whom he provided care. They are suffering the loss of their son and their needed caregiver as well. The community, neighbors, and friends will come together to honor the life of Sgt. Preston and the years he gave to them.
The resulting discourse regarding the 2016 election and influence from other governments into the results also brought redaction into the forefront of mainstream media. Both Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the resulting public release by Attorney General William Barr showed pages and pages of redactions or text obliterated with black boxes. The enormous media attention had Americans clamoring for the details only to be somewhat mystified about the amount of redacted material. Redaction isn’t new to the public, but the large quantity of redacted material did bring more focus to the method of redaction and its use to retain privacy in legal matters.
Sergeant Harry Cohen is survived by his wife, son, and daughter. They now have the loss to grieve through but will continue to look up to Sgt Cohen as a father, friend, and leader. He lived his life well, giving back to all those he met. Friends, coworkers, and the community will continue to support his family and be there for them during this tragic time.
“Detective Holland was an exceptional police officer, a devoted husband, and father and a great man. He was an exceedingly bright person with a great attitude. He was one of our most enthusiastic employees and almost always had a smile on his face.”
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