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#sextrafficking | Alleged sex trafficker in Manhattan carved his name into teen girl’s leg: DA | #tinder | #pof | #match | romancescams | #scams

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City A Manhattan grand jury indicted a Queens man on sex trafficking charges […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Parents of Drake Pardo Petition to Have Name Removed from Child Abuse Registry | #childabuse | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

Child Protective Services (CPS) ignited a controversy in June of last year when they removed four-year-old Drake Pardo from his family’s home while refusing to disclose what child abuse allegations […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#infosec | MAZE Relaunches “Name and Shame” Website

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A threat group has once again taken to the internet to publish data stolen from alleged victims who refuse to cooperate with its ransom demands.  In December 2019, the MAZE ransomware group published online a portion of the 120 GB of data they claimed to have stolen […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

Woman #accused in #multiple #identity thefts looks to clear her #name

The suspect in a massive ID theft case from 2013 wants to clear up any confusion about the status of her involvement in the case.

“I just really wanted, you know, my side to be heard,” Pia Sims said

Nearly five years ago, Memphis police accused Sims of stealing the identities of 672 people.

Investigators said they found nearly $50,000 in cash in Sim’s car, along with boxes of tax documents, social security cards and IDs.

Sims called WMC Action News 5 on Thursday, March 15 to set the record straight.

She said she was never convicted of any crime in that case, and the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office confirms Sims was never indicted.

“I have no reason to steal anybody’s identity,” Sims said. “I would help anybody, not hurt them.”

But local business owner Anthony Elmore begs to differ. He said Sims hired him in January to install carpeting in her Orange Mound tax business 5 Star Taxes on Park Avenue.

Elmore said Sims refuses to pay him for his work.

“The sister girl ain’t paid nothing,” Elmore said. “Zonk. Zero. Negative.”

Sim’s side of the story is that the carpet install was shoddy and that her business partner, not her, hired Elmore.

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All That’s Needed To Hack Gmail And Rob Bitcoin: A Name And A Phone Number

All That’s Needed To Hack Gmail And Rob Bitcoin: A Name And A Phone NumberSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Hackers have proven just how urgently a gaping flaw in the global telecoms network, affecting what’s known as Signalling System No. 7 (SS7), needs to be fixed. In a video demonstration, shown to Forbes ahead of publication today, benevolent hackers from Positive Technologies were able to […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

U.S. Spy Agencies Leave Americans Vulnerable to Hackers In the Name of “Protection”

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

If those of us who regularly use the Internet for work, recreation, shopping, and more find ourselves increasingly vulnerable to hackers, malware, spies and cyber-thieves out to steal our personal information, we have U.S. intelligence agencies to thank. Furthermore, those …

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A Parent By Any Other Name

Today is Mother’s Day, which has me thinking about the many ways of being a mother in today’s world, and about the concept of a “parenting identity” — which may or may not correspond with one’s gender identity.

Mothers traditionally are female — but mothers today include transgender men who had children before transitioning and may still think of themselves as mothers, as well as transgender women with children who may have taken on the title of mother in accordance with their gender identity. They may include masculine-of-center lesbian women, along with genderqueer and intersex people who do not identify as strictly male or female, but somehow feel drawn to the amalgam of qualities and actions our society typically associates with mothers.

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Dumb Things We Do In The Name Of That 4-Letter Word: Love

Love is a beautiful emotion to experience, but sometimes love can mean “Loss Of Vital Energy,” because of the dumb things we do in the name of love! Yes, I know—the moment you see your love, birds begin singing, and all in the world seems right. Read More….

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UPDATE: Omaha Police Release Name of Shooting Victim

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Authorities have released the name of a 44-year-old man who was fatally shot in southeast Omaha.

On Wednesday the Omaha Police Department identified the man as Corey Hudson.

The department says officers who responded to the shooting around 1:45 p.m. Tuesday near 18th and U streets found the wounded man. Hudson was taken to Creighton University Medical Center in extremely critical condition and later was pronounced dead.

No arrests have been reported.

source: http://www.1011now.com/news/headlines/Omaha-Police-Man-Dead-After-Shooting-Near-School-295895071.html

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Berko: Bank gives America a bad name

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Dear Mr. Berko: About five years ago, you recommended Bank of America when it was trading between $6 and $8 a share. I came very close to buying 200 shares for my individual retirement account but chickened out because I was concerned it would declare bankruptcy. I am thinking of buying 150 shares today and would like your opinion. — M.C., Oklahoma City Dear M.C.: Don’t buy it! I have never, ever recommended Bank of America (BAC-$16.12) stock. That’s because I don’t trust its legal representation, its business model, its accounting or its management. And I certainly don’t trust the 15 people with sinecures on BAC’s vaporous board of directors, each of whom receives a $25,000 monthly check from BAC, lavish per diem pay and a generous bounty from numerous other corporate boards. I did recommend Bank of America’s 7.25 percent noncumulative perpetual convertible preferred stock (BAC.PRL-$1,173) on several occasions in 2009 and 2010, when it traded between the high $600s and the low $700s. I recommended this convertible preferred because I believed that BAC was too big to fail, I thought management was too connected to go to prison and the current yield was in excess of 10 percent. […]

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