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Tennille Whitaker Elko County teacher arrested after 2 year sex relationships with 2 students

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Tennille Whitaker Elko County, Nevada teacher is arrested after allegedly maintaining sexual relationships with two male students over the course of two years. Also joining the ever expanding legion of female …

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One year on, is Australia’s cybersecurity strategy on track? Experts respond

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One year on, is Australia’s cybersecurity strategy on track? Experts respond

rime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launched Australia’s cybersecurity strategy in April 2016, and more than one year on, there’s work to be done. Upon launch, the strategy was criticised for its lack of funding and vague goals. Among other targets, it aimed to ensure more information was shared between government agencies…

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The 11 year old ‘cyber ninja’ who stunned experts at a security conference by hacking their phones and showing how to ‘weaponise’ a smart teddy bear

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ An 11-year-old ‘cyber ninja’ stunned an audience of security experts Tuesday by hacking into their Bluetooth devices to manipulate a teddy bear and show how interconnected smart toys ‘can be weaponised’. …

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Hennepin County, nonprofit team up for fifth year of child abuse prevention campaign

Hundreds of blue signs raising awareness about child abuse will be placed this month around the metro area, marking the fifth year of the annual Blue Kids Campaign.

Hundreds of blue signs raising awareness about child abuse will be placed this month around the metro area, marking the fifth year of the annual Blue Kids Campaign.

Hennepin County and CornerHouse, a Minneapolis nonprofit that helps families and adults dealing with abuse, launched the campaign Wednesday by planting 100 signs at the Hennepin County Government Center in downtown Minneapolis. The signs represent the thousands of kids abused in Minnesota each year. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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How AI Can Be Used to Fight Hackers Who Steal $445 Billion a Year From Global Economy

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While Russia’s cyber escapades continue to dominate the headlines, a more salient threat to those outside of the Beltway is escaping notice. For the average hacker, private sector networks are preferred targets over their public sector counterparts because they tend …

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The most wonderful time of the year — for hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The period between February 1 and April 15 is truly remarkable. Not only do we see the seasonal transformation from winter to spring, but we also get to witness the mass anxiety and panic that comes from the payment of … The post The most wonderful […]

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This is how much online dating scams cost Brits last year

Fraudsters stole nearly £40 million from Brits looking for love last year. New figures have confirmed a record number of people fell victim to online dating scams in 2016. Overseas criminals posing as suitors targeted almost 4,000 wealthy Brits in so-called ‘romance frauds’. After striking up a rapport and gaining the trust of the unsuspecting target, the scammer then quickly persuades them to part with money, often claiming it is to help pay for an emergency. The number of people falling victim to the scam has reached a record high in Britain, but not all of those targeted were women. Read More….

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Man Hid Ex-Girlfriend’s Corpse in Cupboard for Over a Year, Still Invited Friends Over

A British man reportedly hid his girlfriend’s corpse in a cupboard for more than a year, according to reports. Andrew Reade is expected to serve a custodial sentence and undergo a psychiatric evaluation after he pleaded guilty to stowing the corpse of his former girlfriend in an airing cupboard for 15 months. The whereabouts of Victoria Cherry had remained unknown since October of 2015, when her family filed a missing persons report, according to the Manchester Evening News. Read More….

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Hacking Of 3.2 Million Debit Cards Last Year Was Caused By Security Flaw In Hitachi’s Systems

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Hacking Of 3.2 Million Debit Cards Last Year Was Caused By Security Flaw In Hitachi’s Systems

Hitachi Payments Services has accepted its systems were compromised by a sophisticated malware in mid-2016, that led to one of the biggest cyber security breaches in the country with 3.2 million cards affected and a scare over security of card-based …

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One in four young Aussies experienced bullying in past year: research

One in four young Aussies experienced bullying in past year: research

Australian mental health service ReachOut on Monday urged students, teachers and parents to “act early” to prevent bullying, after it was revealed a quarter of young Australians were bullied in the past 12 months.

ReachOut surveyed 14 to 25-year-olds across the nation, and results showed that one in four had been bullied in the past year.

Just more than half of all reported bullying cases occurred at high school, but, surprisingly, 25 percent of respondents who had been bullied had experienced it at a workplace. A quarter of all incidences also occurred in an online environment.

ReachOut CEO Jono Nicholas told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) that it was important to call out bullying early and at the source.

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