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Hackers #leak song #Nicki Minaj didn’t want to be part of

Rapper Nicki Minaj has been away from the limelight for a few months now and the last time she posted on social media was in December 2017. She is reportedly keeping herself busy with her upcoming album. But she is in news now after a song she didn’t want to be a part of surfaced online.

It seems Nicki Minaj originally featured in Canadian rapper Tory Lanez’s song Shooters but she decided to back out after the latter’s comment about her verse. The Bang Bang singer told him to delete her portion of the song and that was it.

“She (Nicki Minaj) was on Shooters originally. She was on the record first and I had like…I was telling her something about the verse. I wasn’t saying it was bad or anything, her verse was incredible and I’m also like a super-Nicki fan. But I was telling her something the verse I think maybe …It may have come cloud texting her, so it may have come off just like in a different way..she might have read it differently than i said it,” Tory told HotNewHipHop in an interview.

“I shouldn’t have said about her verse and she was like well, it’s just not that serious, take my verse off the thing,” he added.

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Intel didn’t #tell US #cyber security officials about the #Meltdown and #Spectre flaws until after it #leaked in news #reports

Source: National Cyber Security News

Intel did not inform U.S. cyber security officials of the so-called Meltdown and Spectre chip security flaws until they leaked to the public, six months after Alphabet Inc notified the chipmaker of the problems, according to letters sent by tech companies to lawmakers on Thursday.

Current and former U.S. government officials have raised concerns that the government was not informed of the flaws before they became public because the flaws potentially held national security implications. Intel said it did not think the flaws needed to be shared with U.S. authorities as hackers had not exploited the vulnerabilities.

Intel did not tell the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team, better known as US-CERT, about Meltdown and Spectre until Jan. 3, after reports on them in online technology site The Register had begun to circulate.

US-CERT, which issues warnings about cyber security problems to the public and private sector, did not respond to a request for comment.

Details of when the chip flaws were disclosed were detailed in letters sent by Intel, Alphabet and Apple Inc on Thursday in response to questions from Representative Greg Walden, an Oregon Republican who chairs the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

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Apple says Russian hackers didn’t breach its developers portal

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Some iPhone app developers were quick to discover an unexpected change in their accounts that suggested Russian-based hackers may have breached Apple’s developers portal. However, Apple issued a statement saying that the error was caused by an internal bug that was soon fixed. Many developers took to Twitter to express…

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County Officials Didn’t Protect Computer Systems from Obvious Hacking Risks, Auditors Say

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Orange County officials failed to implement essential safeguards to protect county computer systems, which left the county unnecessarily vulnerable to hacking and other malicious activity until the problems were uncovered in recent months by a comprehensive audit. “We found that physical and [software access] security to data and programs WAS…

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Katy ISD didn’t stop teacher sex abuse until parents intervened, lawsuit claims

A lawsuit claims that Katy Independent School District knew about an improper relationship between a teacher and a student and did nothing to intervene until the girl’s parents forced the district to act.

The victim in the case filed the suit via a law firm, claiming “intentional infliction of emotional distress.”

The lawsuit was filed nearly a year after Robert Milton, 42, an art teacher at the school, was arrested after he was accused of having an improper relationship with a female student.

According to court documents, the relationship began while Milton was still employed at the school and before the female student graduated in June 2015.

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Getting Over It: Finding Motivation After Things Didn’t Work Out The Way You Planned

“Any action is often better than no action, especially if you have been stuck in an unhappy situation for a long time. If it is a mistake, at least you learn something, in which case it’s no longer a mistake. If you remain stuck, you learn nothing.” – Eckhart Tolle Clearly, you had imagined something different for yourself. Despite having only two potential outcomes, that you’d stay together or that you would go your separate ways, you were optimistic. Read More….

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5 Things I Didn’t Expect To Feel As A Mom

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By the age of 27, I was relatively sure I had a firm grasp on my sense of self. I was confident of my strengths, aware of my weaknesses and straddled both in my own personal comfort zone. Then I gave birth to my first child, followed by our five younger children. I’d read What To Expect When You’re Expecting, so I was all set, right? But becoming a mother altered not only the way that I perceived the world, but also the way that I perceived myself.

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I Didn’t Want To Go

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I didn’t want to go to my son’s practice tonight.

I’m sure some will immediately think, “What kind of mother says such a thing?”

Well, I guess…me.

It had nothing to do with my little boy or his football coach or team or the fact that they were having practice. I love that he’s involved in sports and I for one, love his love for athletics.

I’ll be honest, I was pretty miserable the entire time.

Maybe it was because I was exhausted from an entire day of chasing four young children and instead of getting things crossed off of my list, things got added to it.

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Report: Therapeutic school didn’t stop bullying, self-harm – Education Week

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Lawsuit: School district didn’t supervise special needs boy – Education Week

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