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1,853 cybercrime reports for ’16 in Arkansas, FBI says

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Arkansas was the source of at least 1,853 reports of Internet crime last year, with cyberattacks ranging from personal data breaches to government impersonation to extortion, according to the FBI. The reports account for a small percentage of the nearly 300,000 online crimes the FBI tallied nationwide in 2016, but…

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Men Beware, Reports Dr. Bonnie: The Highest Cheating Day for Women, Reported by Ashley Madison Is February 15th, the Day After a Disappointing Valentine’s Day

Men should beware of the day after Valentine’s Day says relationship and adultery expert, Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil. Ashley Madison, a website designed for “discreet encounters” reports that February 15th sees the highest rate of enrollment for women. It’s the day after what’s often a disappointing Valentine’s Day. When their husbands let them down with little or no romance magic on what should be the most romantic day of the year, women turn elsewhere. Dr. Bonnie cautions and advises men to remember and honor their wives on February 14th. Read More….

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While Investors Wait On The President To Sign Cybersecurity Bill, CyberArk Reports Earnings Tonight

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CyberArk Software, the Israeli cybersecurity provider, is set to report earnings after the close of regular market trading today. Wall Street analysts expect the company to report earnings of $0.33 per share on revenues of $63 million for the December …

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Russian hackers targeted NM’s Ben Ray Luján, NY Times reports

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Russian hackers targeted NM’s Ben Ray Luján, NY Times reports

U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., was among those targeted by Russian hackers aiming to influence the November election, The New York Times is reporting.
A website that posted documents stolen from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), the campaign

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Cyber Charters: Widespread Reports of Trouble – Education Week

Education Week reviewed hundreds of news stories and dozens of state audits that document problems in the sector that date to the early 2000s.

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Government reports drop in overall crime in nation’s schools – Education Week

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Lockport woman reports credit card fraud

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Lockport woman reports credit card fraud

A Rebecca Drive woman told Niagara County Sheriff’s deputies that someone had fraudulently used herCREDIT CARD to make nearly $750 in purchases. The woman said her bank contacted her about the abuse, saying that the card was used at a local Walmart, Sally’s Beauty Supply, North Gate Liquor and Game Stop. The woman’s bank put a hold on theACCOUNT after she informed them that she had not made the purchases in question. They requested her to file a police report. The complainant told NCSO that she had called North Gate Liquor and spoke to a clerk who told her that her card had been used by a black male to purchase “a lot of alcohol.” The clerk said there is video of the purchase. The case was forwarded to the CriminalINVESTIGATION Bureau. Source: http://www.eastniagarapost.com/2015/11/lockport-woman-reports-credit-card-fraud.html

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Qld man on child porn charges: reports

A number of media outlets report Garry Amey – who was found by two passers-by in the ocean at Wagnetti Beach on Saturday – is due to face court on numerous charges next month.

His wife of 38 years, Arlene Amey, says any charges would be news to her.

“I don’t know anything about it,” she told AAP on Monday night.

Earlier in the day Ms Amey described feeling “all the things you can think of” when she was told her 60-year-old husband – who went missing on October 11 – had been found alive.

The news was especially shocking after a search involving 30 SES volunteers, police and a helicopter was called off after 10 days without a trace of her husband.

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Making a Difference: Drug Free Collier reports that teen drug use on a decline

Any use of drugs by our young people is unacceptable. Sad but true though, we know the reality is that teens are abusing drugs. But there is some good news to be found in the latest Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey which shows an overall reduction in local teen substance abuse.

The headline for the survey should actually read: “Drug use among teens in Collier County is down.” The survey, released by Drug Free Collier, reports prevalence rates for Collier County students in grades 6 through 12 are at the lowest levels since 2008.

For high schoolers, alcohol use is reported to be 29.

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Suspected child abuse reports rise when school starts

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Child Protection Center performs more forensic interviews than usual in August and September after kids head back to school.

“Teachers are an invaluable asset in the fight against child abuse,” said CPC Board President Dan Nelson. “Teachers are trained to look for instances of a child who might be exhibiting unusual behavior. Perhaps they’re sullen. Perhaps they’re withdrawn. Perhaps they’re quiet, they’re just acting abnormally. The teacher will know to go to that child and say, ‘Did something happen over the break? Is everything OK?’”

Nelson said anyone can report suspected child abuse by calling this number:

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