News yesterday that senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump had used a personal email account to do government business didn’t come as a complete shock. It was, however, ironic. Who can forget the giant stink her father, President Donald Trump, made about Hillary Clinton using a personal email server for her work as Secretary of State?
How can Hillary run the economy when she can't even send emails without putting entire nation at risk?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 21, 2016
It’s doubly ironic because Ivanka Trump had a lot to say about proper email practices in her 2010 book The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life. The excerpt below, in which Trump talks about the importance of understanding how emails can come back to haunt you, says it all:
Financial regulators of North Dakota have ordered a dodgy Russian cryptocurrency company to cease and desist operations in the state, after discovering it had impersonated a bank in Liechtenstein to falsely market an initial coin offering (ICOs). In a statement released Monday, state securities chairman Karen Tyler explains how the scammers assumed the identity of Union Bank AG, using its reputation to issue and market a fake version of the banks’ proposed cryptocurrency. “[USPC] solicitation appears to be an attempt to fraudulently acquire funds through the exploitation of an announcement made by Union Bank AG, a fully licensed and regulated bank based in Liechtenstein,”… This story continues at The Next Web