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Sweetwater County Detective to Appear On “20/20” Friday For Dating Game Killer Episode | #dating | #datingcovid | romancescams | #scams

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter*** By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily It’s a little short notice, but if you’re a true crime fanatic, you should tune into ABC’s “20/20” on Friday at 7 p.m. to see a Sweetwater County detective. According to a social media post, Sweetwater County Detective Jeff Sheaman […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Gail Porter’s daughter BANS her from Tinder over fears she will match a monster killer | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

_________________________ GAIL Porter’s daughter has banned her from joining Tinder – in case she matches with a killer. The TV star, 49, said she wanted to sign up to the […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Your guide to online dating and avoiding ‘serial killer territory,’ according to Billy Eichner

If you’ve been having a little trouble when it comes to finding love (or lust) on your dating app of choice, let comedian Billy Eichner be your guardian angel and show you the way. An aficionado of just about every app there is, including Tinder, Grindr, Bumble and Scruff, Eichner gave GQ his tips to getting it right online. The most important rule? A short, concise bio of 10 words or less. “Anything more is serial killer territory,” he said. Read More….

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Cyber security brain drain: the silent killer

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Cyber security brain drain: the silent killer

What can organisations do to address the cyber security skills gap in a time where data breaches are a frequent occurrence?
It is well known that organisations today are facing an unprecedented number of cyber threats.From DDoS to ransomware, from

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After ‘jealous rage,’ killer sentenced to life without parole in Target parking lot murder

The eight-foot projection screen dropped from a courtroom ceiling. The surveillance video began to play. And from her seat in the second row, Cassandra Atkens — in court Thursday to watch her daughter’s killer be sentenced — knew what she was about to see. The video showed how light it still was at 7:17 p.m. June 1, 2015, in a Target store parking lot in Germantown where Atkens’s daughter, Mariam “Shadé” Adebayo, had agreed to meet ex-boyfriend Donald Bricker one more time. Read More….

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Columnist: Ecstasy or just killer sex?

“About 10 of us took the same ‘E’ (ecstasy) at the same time at an ‘E’ party of mine. Everybody was having fun and enjoying themselves. It brought me closer to my friends. Everyone looked beautiful. It shocked me at first but I felt totally secure and unashamed with all my close friends. I decided to go with the moment. My lover and I kissed until the comedown of the ‘E.’ The ‘E’ lasted at least six hours”

The comments are from a young user of ecstasy, commonly called the “love drug” or the “hug drug” or just “X.” Ecstasy accelerates the release of serotonin in the brain, creating an intense high, and filling the user with feelings of love and acceptance, emotions that teens crave the most.

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West Boca nanny killer gets 90 years in home-invasion case

Lorraine Childress says she continues to have panic attacks, and repeatedly checks the locks on her doors each night — more than 11-1/2 years after an intruder attacked her and her husband at knifepoint.

But now she’s thankful a Palm Beach County jury last week convicted Jerry Wiggins — who previously gained notoriety for raping and killing a West Boca nanny — in the July 11, 2003 pre-dawn home invasion near Lantana.

Your home is supposed to be your safe place,” Childress told Circuit Judge Stephen Rapp Tuesday, just before Wiggins received a 90-year sentence for his latest convictions. “But after the horrible things that happened in our world, for me that is not so anymore.

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Syme: Is this the new Facebook killer?

  A new social networking service is aiming to target disgruntled Facebook users, promising them greater security and privacy. The group sharing website says it has implemented an end-to-end encryption system where any message shared by a user will only be visible to the intended audience and nobody else not even to Syme. “Your posts are […] View full post on Gregory d. evans