Online Video Game Firm Pays Fine Over Allegations It Hijacked N.J. Subscriber Computers

Commack, NY based E-Sports agreed to a $1 million settlement with New Jersey over allegations it used malicious software to seize control of thousands of customer computers in order to illegally mine for the virtual currency bitcoin, an article in The Star-Ledger said.

Legislators Look to Smart-Card Technology to Help Cut Medicaid Fraud

State legislators are considering a new Medicaid smart card intended to reduce the amount of fraud in the joint state and federal program.

Bill Would Give NJ Kids Option to Remove Regrettable Online Posts

A bill introduced by state Sen. Shirley Turner (D-Mercer) would give teenagers the right to take down embarrassing posts and photos.

Democrat Proposes $5 Million Fund to Foster Innovation in NJ Schools

Once rejected by the Legislature, the Christie administration’s attempt to set up a competitive grant program for school innovation is getting a second life in the lame-duck session – this time with the help of a prominent Democrat.

Clean Energy Fund Could Be Going Under the Knife--Again

The state again is looking at shaving money from a fund aimed at developing new and more efficient power plants.

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