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What’s Brandon Doing After ‘Dating Around’? He May Or May Not Be Single | #facebookdating | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

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Nearly a year after filming Dating Around, Brandon Bordelon seems to have moved on from the connections he made on the show. Although he certainly hit it off with both Ronald and Justin, he doesn’t currently follow either of them on Instagram (though Justin follows him), and he wrote a Facebook status on Valentine’s Day about “catching feelings” for someone new.

“Catching flights and feelings this year!!! I’ll take an exit row seat over roses any day!!! #happyvalentinesday,” he posted on Feb. 14, announcing a flight to Los Cabos, Mexico. He didn’t tag anyone in the status, but later shared a snuggly Instagram picture with an untagged man using the hashtag #boyfriends. “Setting sail to this adventure,” the caption read.

Obviously, it’s been a few months since that picture was posted and things could be different now. His official Facebook relationship status is currently set to single (if that still means anything) and his most recent Instagram photos have been solo selfies. As far as his job goes, he’s still a teacher in New Orleans at FirstLine Schools, per Facebook. “Teaching the youth of about life lessons and how to tie their shoes,” his Instagram bio says. “But most importantly what makes them unique and special. Love yourself!”

Since quarantine hit, he hasn’t been super active on social media, but he did promote his reality TV debut. “Check me out on June 12 on @netflix,” he captioned a post sharing the Dating Around trailer. “You might be surprised by a few of my dates. If you know me you already know it won’t be anything short of entertainment.”

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Yahoo #hacker feels he’s ‘doing the #right thing’ after #pleading #guilty, #lawyer says

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After eight months of maintaining his innocence in a massive data breach at Yahoo, Karim Baratov feels like he’s now, his lawyer says, doing the right thing by pleading guilty to charges stemming from his role as a hacker.

Baratov, who is from Hamilton, is scheduled for sentencing in February, after pleading guilty, in a U.S. court on Tuesday, to one count of conspiracy to commit computer fraud and abuse and eight counts of aggravated identity theft.

“He’s feeling like he’s doing the right thing … he’s happy that he’s doing the right thing, he’s happy that he’s opening up, and he’s not holding back,” said Amedeo DiCarlo, one of Baratov’s lawyers. “I think that’s what the justice system expects of him.”

Authorities say the hack affected at least a half billion user accounts, and was directed by two Russian intelligence agents. U.S. law enforcement officials call the 22-year-old Baratov a “hacker-for-hire” and say he was paid by members of Russia’s Federal Security Service to access more than 80 accounts.

DiCarlo wouldn’t say if Baratov turned over information on the two Russians linked to the case, but did say he has been “very forthcoming with his information” and “very transparent.”

“He told them everything they needed to know,” DiCarlo said.

Another one of his attorneys, Andrew Mancilla, echoed that sentiment outside of court after the guilty plea was made. “He’s been transparent and forthright with the government since he got here,” Mancilla said.

The Russian agents, Dmitry Dokuchaev and Igor Sushchin, used the information they stole from Yahoo to spy on Russian journalists, U.S. and Russian government officials and employees of financial services and other private businesses, according to prosecutors.

Dokuchaev, Sushchin and a third Russian national, Alexsey Belan, were also named in the indictment filed in February, though it’s not clear whether they will ever step foot in an American courtroom since there’s no extradition treaty with Russia.

Yahoo user accounts began being compromised at least as early as 2014. Prosecutors say Dokuchaev and Sushchin turned to Baratov after learning that one of their targets had accounts at webmail providers other than Yahoo.

After Baratov’s arrest, his parents said that their son was a “scapegoat.” DiCarlo said they are now finally seeing some sense of closure.

“It’s a big strain on everybody — it’s kind of like you’re biting your fingernails, waiting for the result. Now, here is a final result in their opinion … they see an end in the future.”

Baratov’s sentencing is set to happen in February, and the threshold for how much jail time he could face ranges from zero to 20 years, DiCarlo said — though he would not disclose what sentence the defence will submit as appropriate. It’s also not clear if Baratov would serve a sentence in Canada or the United States.

“We’ve got our ranges to work with, and that’s where the lawyering takes place,” DiCarlo said.

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A Child’s Haven doing more to help kids with developmental delays.

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Adalyn, with her straight brown hair, is the last in line to leave the playground. She plants herself firmly 5 feet from the door to A Child’s Haven. Spreading out her …

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How to spot a cheater: If your girlfriend is doing THIS in bed she’s more likely to cheat

If your female partner is faking orgasms, it’s highly likely she is faking other aspects of your relationship too – including the part where she is faithful. Women who pretend to climax are more likely to be cheating on you. That is according to a study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research. It may not be surprising that women who are lacking sexual satisfaction are seeking it elsewhere – but the study did show that intensity and frequency of orgasms had little to do with whether women would cheat. Read More….

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Worried your partner is cheating? If they are doing THIS then they definitely are

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Worried your partner is cheating? If they are doing THIS then they definitely are

SeekingArrangement is a website for those looking to have an affair – and one of their most desired mistresses, JeanMarie, has revealed the sign to look out for. Speaking to Elite Daily, she said: “I want women to know we …

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Microsoft’s ‘Samaritan’ refuses help to hackers doing Win 10 recon

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Microsoft’s ‘Samaritan’ refuses help to hackers doing Win 10 recon

Microsoft hacker Itai Grady has created a tool to help protect blackhat scouts from stealing Windows credentials, an effort they hope will make network compromises harder to achieve.
The SAMRi10 PowerShell script (the pair say it’s pronounced as samaritan) eliminates

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Who’s Doing the Hacking? Pentagon “Cyber-Offensive Specialists” Hacked into Russia’s Power Grids

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Who’s Doing the Hacking? Pentagon “Cyber-Offensive Specialists” Hacked into Russia’s Power Grids

Russia expects Washington to provide an explanation after a report claimed that Pentagon cyber-offensive specialists have hacked into Russia’s power grids, telecommunications networks, and the Kremlin’s command systems for a possible sabotage.
“If no official reaction from the American administration

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Apps to Help Keep Track of What Your Kids Are Doing Online

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Government Agencies Not Doing Enough To Protect IT Systems

larger-15-Cybersecurity-analytics1NASA and the U.S. Department of State were among the federal agencies that received low marks on IT security, according to a recent report card issued by the New York-based firm Security Scorecard. Also receiving low grades were the states of Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Washington. The 2016 U.S. Government Cybersecurity Report, released earlier this month, […]

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Wait, Why Are We Doing This Again?

I have been working on a project for the Visual and Performing Arts Department in my district to revise some theater lessons.  Initially I was ready to dive right in and just work on it one lesson at a time making sure the activities realized the stated objective, that they were age appropriate and that they would be able to be facilitated within the given time constraints.  Then I stopped and thought, “Wait, why are […]

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