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Cyber-security experts warn of another WannaCry like attack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Cyber-security experts warn of another WannaCry like attack

A newly found flaw in widely used networking software leaves tens of thousands of computers potentially vulnerable to an attack similar to that caused by the recent WannaCry malware, cyber-security researchers warned on Thursday. Rebekah Brown of Rapid7, a cyber-security …

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‘Treated like a criminal’: Florida mother of arrested 10yo with autism demands answers

A Florida mother wants to know why her 10-year-old son with autism was dragged away from his elementary school in handcuffs and forced to spend a night behind bars. Luanne Haygood told RT America’s Marina Portnaya the police were “certainly not trained.”

A mother in Florida watched as her 10-year-old son was dragged away from his elementary school in handcuffs and forced to spend the night in jail for an incident that took place last year.

Luanne Haygood captured footage of two school resource officers at Okeechobee Achievement Academy who grabbed her son by the wrists.

“I don’t want to be touched,” John Benjamin Haygood, who was slumped over in his chair, pleaded with the officers.

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How Warehouse Mobility Is Like Cybersecurity

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How Warehouse Mobility Is Like Cybersecurity

I can almost hear the voice in your head as you read this. “How what is like cybersecurity?” Fear not. There are similarities between warehouse mobility and cybersecurity, and they …

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THERE’S APPARENTLY A “TINDER FOR TEENS” — AND IT HAS PARENTS LIKE ME WORRIED

Being in my forties, I missed the whole Internet dating scene that’s apparently all the rage today. Back in my day, you met people you wanted to date only in the flesh and usually through friends of friends. Everyone had a connection of some sort, unless you just happened to meet a cute stranger on the train or in a bar. Yet nowadays, the majority of my female friends have met their partners online, or at least attempted to do the whole Internet dating thing. Read More….

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A parental talk like no other

Parents can shield their children from only so much before they catch on that something is amiss. Sooner or later parents must have a talk with their children about an issue that is usually kept quiet.

For a countless number of Kern County families, parents who are in the country illegally confront the reality of telling their kids that one day they might come home from school and find mom and dad have been picked up and deported by immigration agents known as ICE.

“I just couldn’t find the words to explain this to my teen-age son who was born here,” said a Bakersfield parent who asked not to be named because of what he sees as increased ICE arrests.

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Swipe Right to Like Dating Apps Are Ruining all the Fun

Finding the perfect significant other is extremely difficult especially when taking into account that UK online dating has taken a huge surge in terms of popularity. Online dating apps which are based on swipe right to right are ruining our dating lives and are turning them into opportunities for people to be selfish and shallow when it comes to finding the perfect match. Thanks to mobile devices as well as location sensing apps, people are becoming connected extremely easy and anyone will have access to your details which you have shared on such dating apps. Read More….

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‘Don’t let them hack us’: Here’s what it’s like working as the CIO for Elon Musk at SpaceX

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‘Don’t let them hack us’: Here’s what it’s like working as the CIO for Elon Musk at SpaceX

From Zip2 to Paypal, Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk’s businesses have revolutionised their industries. He has established a name for himself as a visionary, known for taking on big, complicated projects. His success has been credited to his drive and …

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Kids talk honestly about what it’s like to be bullied in 2017

A group of 10-16 year olds sat down to talk honestly about what it’s like to be bullied in 2017.

While bullying has been a widespread issue for many years, kids today are dealing with a whole knew set of problems.

Mila Barbuto, one of the children in the group, didn’t hesitate to discuss her experience with cyber bulling.”They created a whole other Instagram account to hate on me.” said Barubuto.

Many of the other children had similar stories.

We hear from them tonight, and discuss how parents can help their children overcome these obstacles.

Source:http://www.wkyc.com/news/kids-talk-honestly-about-what-its-like-to-be-bullied-in-2017/410114871

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6 Tips For Surviving The Holidays If You Don’t Like Your In-Laws

People joke about meddling in-laws but the reality is, overbearing family members are a very real problem for many couples. The tension can be especially thick during the holidays, when there’s an expectation to act like one big, happy family. 

How should you prepare if you’re already dreading seeing your in-laws? Below, marriage therapists around the country share a few pointers. 

“Resolutions don’t have to wait until the new year. The truth is, when you picked your spouse you also picked your in-laws. And shy of divorce, you’re not getting rid of your in-laws any time soon. So instead of lamenting every time you have to go over to your in-law’s place, make a resolution to try and get along this year.

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Jessica Simpson Shares Adorable Photo Of Her Kids Looking Like Angels On Picture Day

Jessica Simpson’s kids, son Ace and daughter Maxi Drew, are flat-out adorable. 

Over the weekend, the singer-turned-fashion mogul shared a behind-the-scenes photo from picture day on Instagram, in which her kiddos show off big smiles for the camera. They look utterly angelic. 

“Behind the scenes of school pictures…seriously?!?!?” Simpson captioned the sweet photo. “Thank you God for these precious kiddos.” 

If only we were this good at picture day when we were little…