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Danish man charged with ordering rape of 346 children in ‘historic’ livestream sex abuse case

A 70-year-old Danish man has been charged with ordering numerous child rape and sex abuse livestreams from third-world countries, where each assault usually cost the predator no more than $40.
The man, who allegedly ordered sex abuse of children, predominantly Filipino, over the internet and had them streamed to his computer, was charged on Wednesday with 346 counts of participating in sexual assaults or rapes of minors.

He was arrested in Copenhagen’s suburb of Brondby last February, and it took the prosecutors, in cooperation with cyber police, a whole year to collect and process all the evidence and to finally charge the suspect in this “historic scale case.

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Verizon Demands a Better Deal After Yahoo’s Latest Historic Hack

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Verizon Demands a Better Deal After Yahoo’s Latest Historic Hack

Verizon is said to have threatened to go to court to get out of the deal if it is not repriced.
Yahoo YHOO -6.11% came under renewed scrutiny by federal investigators and lawmakers on Thursday after disclosing the

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Math and K-12 Schools: Addressing the Historic Mismatch – Education Week

K-12 schools should rethink math instruction to better match the skills most students will need for their careers and lives, writes Mike Schmoker.

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Child abuse inquiry: MPs, churches and spies among those examined for historic investigation

Current and former MPs, local councils and the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches are among the 12 sections of investigation during the “unprecedented” government inquiry into child abuse. Lambeth, Rochdale and Nottinghamshire councils will also be investigated over their failure toRead More

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Colombia’s gay adoption a ‘historic step’ or lacking ‘respect for children’?

A court ruling that secured Colombia’s gay couples the right to adopt children is a “historic step towards equality,” according to gay rights activists. Christian groups said it lacks “respect for children.”

For Diverse Colombia, the country’s largest gay rights group, the Court’s decision is a crucial legal advancement towards the recognition of the legal equality of the gay community in the country.

However, the State must guarantee that officials of different entities in the country will truly comply with the new law in practice — an issue that has posed problems in the past.

“Unfortunately we have found that the ruling isn’t sufficient, that the rest of the State, in this case the executive, has to enforce compliance of the law to guarantee equality in the proceedings, valuations, and requirements for adoption,” stated Diverse Colombia spokeswoman, Marcela Sanchez, in an interview with Caracol Radio.

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Inquiry into historic child abuse to focus on homes allegations

Retired judge Sir Anthony Hart is leading the Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA) probe, one of the UK’s largest inquiries into physical, sexual and emotional harm to children at homes run by the church, state and voluntary organisations.

Its seventh module, expected to last until November, will focus on allegations arising out of St Patrick’s Training School and Hydebank Young Offenders’ Centre in Belfast, Rathgael Training School in Bangor and Lisnevin Training School in Newtownards.

In June, the HIA, spent a week examining the failings that allowed notorious paedophile priest Fr Brendan Smyth to continue abusing children over four decades.

Retired Catholic Primate Cardinal Sean Brady was among those who gave evidence and said he hoped light would be shed on a “dark chapter” in the church’s history.

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Pirate Bay founder guilty in historic hacker case

Pirate Bay founder guilty in historic hacker case

Pirate Bay founder Gottrid Svartholm Warg and his 21-year-old Danish co-defendant JLT have been found guilty by a Danish court of mounting the most serious computer hack in the country’s history. The court said that the unauthorised access to CSC’s […]

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