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Russia’s Fancy Bear Hackers Are Stealing Athlete Drug Data Again

Russia’s Fancy Bear Hackers Are Stealing Athlete Drug Data AgainSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The Fancy Bear hackers, believed to be sponsored by Russia’s main intelligence arm, the GRU, are back at it and have successfully breached the International Association of Athletics Federations. The IAAF is the world governing body for track and field. … The post Russia’s Fancy Bear […]

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Two arrested in Boyle County on identity theft, drug charges

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Two arrested in Boyle County on identity theft, drug charges

DANVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) – Police in Boyle County arrested two people accused of trafficking drugs and stealing the identities of multiple people.
The Boyle County Sheriff’s Department arrested Jordan Rousey and Michael Daniel on Tuesday.
Rousey and Daniel were found

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Las Pinas hacker nabbed for credit card fraud, link to drug trade

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has arrested a self-proclaimed international hacker for credit card fraud and his involvement in illegal drugs trade in Las Piñas. NBI’s Anti-Illegal Drugs Division (NBI-AIDD) nabbed Edgar D. Silvano Jr. alias Boy Tattoo last Wednesday in a raid conducted at Unit 404 Hanalie Building Ohana Place Residence, Barangay Almanza […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Does Legal Marijuana Increase Teen Access to the Drug?

Health experts feared that legalizing marijuana would make it easier for teens to acquire the drug. But a new study has found that teens in Washington State do not find it any easier to get marijuana today than they did in 2012, when the state made it legal for adults age 21 and older to possess small amounts of the drug. However, as pot’s availability has remained steady, teens report that availability of most other drugs has dropped.

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