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European Commissioner Calls For More Collaboration In Cyber Security

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

“Earlier this week at the CyberSec European Cybersecurity Forum in Poland, Julian King European commissioner for the security union called for increased collaboration in defending against cyber attacks after revealing more than 4,000 ransomware attacks have taken place every day across the EU since 2016. This comes as no surprise…

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AFP calls in phone hacking experts

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The Australian Federal Police is trying to buy cutting-edge technology to hack into the smartphones of suspected criminals and terrorists. In the face of the rising use of encryption technology, the AFP has gone to the market this week offering contracts to experts who can “bypass user locks”, such as…

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Notorious troll calls the online tactics ‘a national sport’

Andrew Auernheimer isn’t the kind of internet troll who hides behind a screen name. A notorious computer hacker whose anti-Semitic rhetoric matches the swastika tattooed on his chest, the 31-year-old views online trolling campaigns as a modern form of an … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

Anna Rowe calls for law change to protect those defrauded on online dating sites

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Anna Rowe calls for law change to protect those defrauded on online dating sites

A woman seduced by a high-flying London lawyer who used a false name and picture on Tinder has called for those who create fake online profiles to be prosecuted. Anna Rowe, a teaching assistant from Rough Common, fell in love …

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FSC calls for stronger information security after hacker attacks

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Taiwan’s top financial regulator on Monday called on financial institutions to strengthen their information security to protect the rights of clients and investors after a securities firm reported an attack by hackers earlier in the day. Capital Securities Corp. said …

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Child advocacy group calls for changes to abuse laws in Pa.

A child advocacy group is calling for changes to child abuse law in Pennsylvania.

Cathleen Palm, founder of The Center for Children’s Justice in Jefferson Township is speaking out after a 2-year-old girl in Berks County died of pneumonia.

Authorities say the girl’s parents, Jonathan and Grace Foster, did not seek medical attention when the girl became sick because their religious beliefs forbids any medical intervention.

According to court documents, the parents told investigators the girl’s death was God’s will.

The Fosters are charged with involuntary manslaughter and endangering the welfare of children.

Palm says drawing the line between religion and parenting is difficult.

“I think we all want parents to be able to parent their children, we want people to be able to subscribe to their religious beliefs,” Palm told 69 News.

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WikiLeaks calls on hackers to leak President Trump’s income tax returns

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

WikiLeaks calls on hackers to leak President Trump’s income tax returns

WikiLeaks is calling for the release of President Donald Trump’s tax returns after Republican strategist and counselor to the commander-in-chief, Kellyanne Conway said Trump will not be releasing the much talked about files. The whistleblower site, which was blasted during …

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Boy Calls 911 To Ask Deputies Over For Family’s Thanksgiving Dinner

A 5-year-old boy in Florida just wanted to give thanks to his local sheriff’s office this Thanksgiving.

Billy dialed 911 on Thursday to ask Walton County Sheriff’s Office deputies to join him and his family for their holiday dinner at their DeFuniak Springs home.

“Will you come over because we are having Thanksgiving. Thank you bye,” he said to the operator, before hanging up.

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Obama Administration Calls On Schools To Stop Abusing Kids

Although 28 states and the District of Columbia explicitly prohibit the act of physical discipline in school, corporal punishment is hardly a relic of the past. In the 2013-2014 school year, over 110,000 students were struck, paddled or flogged in the classroom, according to the most recent available data from the federal government. Now, the Obama administration is taking steps to reduce this number further.

On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of Education John King Jr. sent a letter to governors and state school officers imploring them to eliminate the practice from their schools. Currently, 15 states have laws expressly allowing corporal punishment, and seven more states do not have rules prohibiting the practice.

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Colin Powell Calls Trump a ‘National Disgrace’ in Hacked Emails

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Colin Powell Calls Trump a ‘National Disgrace’ in Hacked Emails

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell blasted Donald Trump as a “national disgrace” and “international pariah” in a personal email exchange that was leaked online by hackers.
Powell, a retired 4-star general and a Republican, confirmed the authenticity of the

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