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    1. Nearly 3 dozen cybersecurity breaches reported in Colorado since start of consumer data-privacy law – The Colorado Sun

      Nearly 3 dozen cybersecurity breaches reported in Colorado since start of consumer data-privacy law – The Colorado Sun

      Rarely does a week go by without hearing of another cybersecurity breach that exposed piles of private consumer data to strangers. At least Coloradans can take comfort that should this happen to their own personal data, the attacked company must notify them within 30 days. The state law, which went into effect Sept. 1, has as of Feb. 5 resulted in 33 organizations reporting consumer data breaches and notifications sent to 91,235 Coloradans, according to the Colorado Attorney General’s office.

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    2. NOAA and NCAR to partner on computer modeling

      NOAA and NCAR to partner on computer modeling

      The National Center for Atmospheric Research and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration are have formed a partnership in an effort to better computer modeling for weather and climate forecast systems. The two organizations, which have locations in Boulder, signed a Memorandum of Agreement establishing a new state-of-the-art framework that would design common modeling infrastructure.

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    3. AG Weiser seeks to be top 'cop' against irresponsible companies

      AG Weiser seeks to be top 'cop' against irresponsible companies

      Weiser, in a recent interview, explained that he plans to be more active in filing legal actions against businesses that, say, recklessly expose their customers to data breaches or endanger public safety or lie to the public about the risks of their products — particularly as he looks at expanding the already filed lawsuit against Purdue Pharma to other opioid manufacturers who may have helped to grow the current addiction crisis. And the reason he is taking that tact, he explained, is so that entrepreneurs and innovators have room to plant their seeds and grow in Colorado without fear of competing ...

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    4. The Uber App Now Incorporates RTD Bus and Train Routes

      The Uber App Now Incorporates RTD Bus and Train Routes

      Dave Genova, CEO and general manager of RTD, speaks at a press conference on Thursday, January 31. Photo courtesy of Laurie Huff, RTD. The Uber App Now Incorporates RTD Bus and Train Routes A new partnership between RTD and Uber lets riders plan public transportation routes and make direct purchases through the ride-share company's mobile app. News Your Uber app is about to look a little different.

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    5. Colorado Senate Passes Cryptocurrency Legislation – Pagosa Daily Post News Events & Video for Pagosa Springs Colorado

      Colorado Senate Passes Cryptocurrency Legislation – Pagosa Daily Post News Events & Video for Pagosa Springs Colorado

      Yesterday, the Colorado State Senate passed SB19-023, The Digital Token Act, a bill that clarifies regulations surrounding cryptocurrency and other blockchain technologies in order to foster innovation across Colorado. Sponsored by Sens. Steve Fenberg (D-Boulder) and Jack Tate (R-Centennial), the Senate passed the bill unanimously and it now moves to the House of Representatives for consideration.

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    6. OEDIT debuts new platform for connecting investors, projects

      OEDIT debuts new platform for connecting investors, projects

      The Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade has launched Co-Invest.co, a website dedicated to helping investors find investment opportunities and vice versa. The website is in partnership with Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network and Startup Colorado. The site connects investors and Colorado projects seeking investment funding. It also serves as a clearinghouse for national investors interested in Colorado and helps organize local projects and investors.

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    7. Longmont to provide free NextLight to low-income schoolchildren

      Longmont to provide free NextLight to low-income schoolchildren

      A new program, “Sharing the NextLight” is helping low-income children have access to essential internet services. Sharing the NextLight provides a free NextLight connection to qualifying low-income Longmont families with children in the St. Vrain Valley Schools. The families would receive a free symmetrical 25-megabit connection to their home, along with a combined modem/ wireless router.

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