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Healthcare sector in the US has seen more hacking attacks than financial sector, says security firm

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Technology is encompassing every aspect of our lives. With the internet of things (IoT) devices, everyday equipment has a smart edge to them as well. Medical devices are no different. But unless the security loopholes are not plugged in, medical …

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How to spot a cheater: If your girlfriend is doing THIS in bed she’s more likely to cheat

If your female partner is faking orgasms, it’s highly likely she is faking other aspects of your relationship too – including the part where she is faithful. Women who pretend to climax are more likely to be cheating on you. That is according to a study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research. It may not be surprising that women who are lacking sexual satisfaction are seeking it elsewhere – but the study did show that intensity and frequency of orgasms had little to do with whether women would cheat. Read More….

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Russian cybercriminal hacked more than 60 government, education agencies

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Russian cybercriminal hacked more than 60 government, education agencies

Studies have shown that millions of internet-connected machines are vulnerable to cyberattack based on a variety of configuration and other issues. One vulnerability that cybercriminals can use to relatively easily attack systems is called “SQL injection,” meaning that a database …

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Latino kids being bullied more amid political controversy, groups say

Leaders of Latino service organizations say such statements have been heard more often in metro Atlanta schools since the November presidential election.
Latino youths in metro Atlanta are being harassed and bullied more since the Nov. 8 vote, say officials with Norcross-based CETPA, a mental health and substance abuse services organization.
National reports also cite an increase in hate incidents against Hispanic children.
“We have seen after the election a spike in the number of kids reporting they’re being harassed . . . being called bad names,” says Belisa Urbina, executive director of Ser Familia, which supports Latino families in metro Atlanta.
Urbina says her own granddaughter, a citizen, was harassed in a Paulding County elementary school.

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Lewiston Woman Loses More Than $6,000 to Nigerian Scammer

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Lewiston Woman Loses More Than $6,000 to Nigerian Scammer

A Lewiston woman is out more than $6,000 after she reportedly fell victim to an online scam originating from Nigeria.  Lewiston Police Sgt. Rick Fuentes says the unidentified woman reported the fraud to officials yesterday morning, and told them she …

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How Trump Made Russia’s Hacking More Effective

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How Trump Made Russia’s Hacking More Effective

“It’s all just an attempt to delegitimize Donald Trump.” That’s the argument you hear from Trump supporters each time new information comes to light about how hard Russian spy services worked to damage Hillary Clinton. You heard it again on

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Child porn makes up more than a third of Pa.’s cybercrime convictions

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Child porn makes up more than a third of Pa.’s cybercrime convictions

The top convictions in Pennsylvania for cybercrime offenses are computer theft and online pornography. Between 2012 and 2015, there were 1,461 convictions for cybercrime committed by 250 people, according to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
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Pair plead guilty to fraud had more than 100 gift cards

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Pair plead guilty to fraud had more than 100 gift cards

Two men pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to stealing 19 account numbers and identity theft more than a year after they were pulled over on Interstate 70 by a Caseyville police officer.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the

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Yonkers, N.Y., District Commits to More Inclusion of Students with Disabilities – On Special Education – Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education’s office for civil rights said that some students were placed in self-contained special education settings without an individualized justification for doing so.

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STDs Becoming More Common, Especially Among Teens

Rates of three major sexually transmitted diseases—syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea—are increasing. In many cases, young people ages 15 to 24 are driving increases in these STDs. Nineteen-year-old girls, for example, now have higher rates of chlamydia than anyone else. STDs like syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea can cause pain and fertility problems. In addition, gonorrhea is becoming resistant to antibiotics.

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