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Ex-teacher Mark Frost admits two decades of child abuse

A retired teacher who abused children for decades both in the UK and abroad has admitted 45 sex offences in one of the worst cases to come to court.

Mark Frost, known as Andrew Tracey, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to a catalogue of abuse against nine children in Thailand between 2009 and 2012.

After the allegations emerged in Asia, two former pupils of a school in Worcestershire came forward claiming they too were sexually assaulted by the English teacher in the 1990s.

Frost, now 70, had sex with one of the boys in a school store room, at his home where he lived with his adopted son, and in a car park in Woking.

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Blockchain could facilitate exchange of threat intelligence among industries: Frost & Sullivan

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Blockchain could facilitate exchange of threat intelligence among industries: Frost & Sullivan

Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recently highlighted the growing threat of cyber attacks, particularly as more industries are becoming increasingly connected to the Internet due to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Analysts at the firm’s Asia Pacific Cyber Security practice

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Sadie Frost: phone hacking wrecked my life

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The actor Sadie Frost has described how phone hacking by journalists wrecked her life, causing her to fall out with her best friend, Kate Moss, and suspect her mother of selling stories to the press. Giving evidence at the high court in London, Frost said she became a nervous wreck and was afraid to leave the house for fear of being pursued by photographers. “It is difficult to explain the damage this has done to me. For many years, I was in a living hell,” she said in a witness statement. “I was suffering from depression, anxiety and regular panic attacks. I found it hard to leave the house and, if I finally made myself, I was followed … or they [the photographers] would turn up where I was going. This made my anxiety even worse.” Frost is one of eight phone-hacking victims, including the ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne, suing the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and the People publisher Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) for damages. Frost said she had lost three or four years of her children’s lives due to being hounded by the paparazzi every time she left the house. Maintaining her composure in the witness box, she said in […]

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