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Cassie Scerbo Talks Dating Amid Covid, Feels ‘Grateful’ After Gleb Vacation [Video] | #dating | #datingcovid | romancescams | #scams

In a good place! Cassie Scerbo opened up about where she is emotionally amid her new relationship with Gleb Savchenko, despite any negative comments on social media. Chrishell Stause and Keo Motsepe Vacation With Gleb and Cassie: Pics Read article “I don’t really let things like that affect me. I’m genuine, to put it as […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Michelle Obama feels Tinder can’t lead to long-term relationship, netizens ‘beg to differ’ | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

As the former US first lady Michelle Obama recently spoke about modern relationships and why they fail to stand the longevity test, several internet users took to Twitter to dismiss […] View full post on National Cyber Security

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

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

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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MOTHER OF TWO YOUNG FAYETTEVILLE CHILDREN FOUND FATALLY STABBED SAYS SHE FEELS BETRAYED

FAYETTEVILLE, North Carolina (WTVD) — “I just know that I miss my babies and I need y’all to pray for me please…” Candice Smith Freeman said during a vigil Sunday night.

Candice’s daughters, 2-year-old Serenity Freeman and 4-day-old Genesis Faith Freeman, were found stabbed multiple times near N.C. Highway 211 and Army Road in the Raeford area early Saturday morning. Their bodies were found in a car parked in a wooded area, according to Sheriff Hubert Peterkin.

On Friday, the Fayetteville Police Department said the children’s father, Tillman Freeman, was in custody and had refused to say where the children were. He was later charged with two counts of child abuse and child neglect.

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Anna Faris feels ‘very insecure’ after cheating rumours

Anna Faris felt “very insecure” after rumours circulated about Chris Pratt’s alleged infidelity. The 40-year-old actress – who married the ‘Jurassic World’ actor in 2009 – has admitted she felt “so hurt” by the claims her partner of seven years was cheating on her, and the blonde beauty has revealed she never wanted to be a woman who was “bothered” by marital trouble, although it has plagued her ever since. Speaking to PEOPLE about how she has coped with the allegations and having her relationship in the limelight, she said: Read More….

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How It Feels to Be Female Me: A Student Perspective on Stereotypes – The Intersection: Culture and Race in Schools – Education Week Teacher

Guest post by Helena Huffman I am a Female. I was born with 2 X chromosomes. I am 110 pounds of pure ambition and 5 pounds of sugar, spice and everything nice. I no longer allow society and their standards to control my appearance in exchange for killing my drive in life. When I think “female,” I think of women who have changed the world with their intelligence and grace. Women who showed their strength and were not afraid of their kind hearts. I remember the first time I became a female. It wasn’t the moment I put on a.

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15 Ways You’ll Experience What Love Really Feels Like

It’s understandable that some people might question whether or not they really are in love especially if they’ve never known what love feels like. There are no specific criteria for when or how you fall in love with someone. Read More….

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Picton woman feels ‘damn stupid’ after scam

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Picton woman feels ‘damn stupid’ after scam

A computer scam has left a retired Marlborough woman angry and shaken. Picton resident Ruth Yates said she felt “damn stupid” after letting a man who said he was from her internet provider Vodafone control her computer. The man called her on Friday afternoon, telling her it had been hacked and that he was from “Spark and Vodafone internet security”. “He said it was being used for illegal purposes,” she said. He told her to press a sequence of keys on the keyboard, giving him remote access to the computer for several minutes. “He brings up all these files of numbers and things, and says ‘see he’s hacked in on this day, at this time’. But he’s the hacker.” Yates became suspicious and hung up after he demanded a $149 fee for “protecting” her computer. The man rang back, annoyed she had turned the computer off. “He became very angry.” His foreign accent dropped and she could tell he was a New Zealander, Yates said. “He spoke perfect English.” When she asked him who he was, he said he was “Spiderman” and he came from the United States. Yates, who suffers from epilepsy, had two minor seizures because of the […]

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