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Olivia Wilde And Jason Sudeikis Welcome Baby Girl With Instagram Too Cute For Words

Olivia Wilde announced the arrival of her second child with actor Jason Sudeikis on Saturday. According to an Instagram so adorable you might consider procreating, their family’s newest addition is a baby girl named Daisy. 

Wilde actually gave birth four days prior, on Tuesday, Oct. 11, People magazine reports, but kept the surprise until the weekend.

This couple previously welcomed now 2-year-old Otis Alexander in 2014. 

“There goes the neighborhood. Daisy Josephine Sudeikis. Born, like a boss, on#internationaldayofthegirl. ❤️,” Wilde captioned the sweet photo of Daisy in a green onesie. 

Welcome to School… Again… from The Teacher Locker Series

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Dublin to welcome McGregor home; US granted extradition of Irishman

A Dubliner accused of advertising and distributing child pornography in the US is set to appeal the High Court’s decision to extradite him.

Eric Eoin Marques is accused of setting up a hosting site that allowed over a hundred websites post videos and images of child abuse.

The FBI says they believe Mr Marques is “the world’s largest facilitator of child porn”.

The 30-year-old, with an address at Mountjoy Square in Dublin, is wanted in the US where he could be jailed for the rest of his natural life if convicted.

‘Rugby World Cup 2015’ was the most Googled term in Ireland this year.

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Welcome to your privacy nightmare! Is big business getting out of hand with Big Data?

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

“When businesses are allowed to gather personal information, predict your behaviour and make decisions based on it, this is the information wild west. Welcome to the nightmare.” Richard Hollis, director of information security consultancy the Risk Factory, believes that the ability of big data and predictive analytics systems to profile customers is generating “huge problems” in privacy terms for both online, and offline, consumers that are, as yet, poorly understood. He explains: “It’s all about the data these days and everyone wants it – states, governments, businesses. And people don’t understand the implications because they want cheap hotel rooms and the like. But the big question is, who owns the data?” For example, if Hollis went to an online pharmacy to buy some medicine, would his activity information belong to him or the shop in question – particularly if it was going to be used for marketing purposes to personalise offers in a bid to get him to buy more in future? He warns: People are completely in the dark. They don’t know how much their data is worth to companies and they can’t see the negative consequences of a lack of transparency. They don’t understand that companies are in […]

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Schneiderman, London Mayor Johnson, D.A. Gascón welcome dramatic drop in smartphone thefts following introduction of ‘kill switch’

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Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, London Mayor Boris Johnson and San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón have released new crime data showing smartphone thefts and robberies declined dramatically in New York City, London and San Francisco since the wireless industry began to implement “kill switches” on their devices. Schneiderman, Johnson and Gascón co-chair the “Secure Our Smartphones” initiative, an international partnership of law-enforcement agencies, elected officials and consumer advocates that was formed in June of 2013 to find solutions to the violent crime wave of smartphone thefts. The S.O.S. called on the smartphone industry to adopt kill switch technology as a theft deterrent. The crime data released demonstrates the strategy of putting pressure on private industry to implement existing technology that removes incentives to steal a smartphone is working to reduce crime and protect wireless consumers. After S.O.S. called on the industry to adopt a kill switch, Apple introduced “Activation Lock” in September 2013. While initially an opt-in solution, there has been a steady downward trend in thefts targeting smartphones since the implementation of this technology. From January 2013 to December 2014, New York City’s Police Department recorded a 16 percent overall drop in cell phone robberies, including a 25 […]

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