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Grandma Puts Baby Into Crib And … Oops!

A grandmother in Huntsville, Alabama, who tried putting a baby to bed has tripped into viral infamy.

Last Friday, Valerie Routh Sharp was putting her granddaughter to sleep in her crib.

Since Sharp is only 5 feet tall, she required a step stool to get up high enough to put the child down.

A baby monitor filmed Sharp falling into the crib head first, never letting go of the baby girl.

Luckily, Sharp, 61, and the baby were OK.

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How Medicare puts you at risk for identity theft

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

I’m a few years out from being eligible for Medicare — I turned 61 in August. Because I’ve done a lot of reporting about health care and health policy, I know a little more than some people about the program, which pays essential health care costs for about 55 million Americans, including those 65 and older and some with disabilities. One thing I didn’t know until I wrote a story this week is that Medicare still uses the Social Security number to enroll beneficiaries. If you’re a beneficiary, your Social Security number is prominently displayed on the front of your Medicare card. If your card is ever lost or stolen, or just easy to see, your personal and medical identity is at risk. Not only that, but when hackers break into a health care computer system, which seems to happen with some regularity these days, your Social Security number is easy to steal. This puts seniors — anyone with Medicare — at heightened risk for identity theft. Criminals can use the Social Security number to drain your bank accounts, obtain credit in your name and even access health care services. So it makes sense that Congress has directed the Medicare program […]

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Norton puts on a shooting clinic to rout Rockland

NORTON – Routinely, the ball goes around and around as the Norton High boys’ basketball team looks for an open look and a better shot on the floor.

Sometimes, it can be confounding, passing up the first shot that presents itself, but the Lancers have the habits and the poise to be patient and rotate the ball. And so it was at a packed Larry Larocque Gymnasium Thursday night in the opening round of the MIAA Division 3 South Sectional Tournament.

The Lancers put on such a display of offense that they led from start to finish, carving out a 65-44 verdict over Rockland.

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New malware puts child porn on your phone and locks it

New malware puts child porn on your phone and locks it

Ransomeware, the malware that was alerted last year is back again 2015. Previously, the malware would lock your smartphone and the hacker would demand a particular amount of money to be transferred to his account in order to unlock your […]

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Hacker puts giant cat on Google Maps

Hacker puts giant cat on Google Maps

A hacker drew a picture of a giant cat on Google Maps, in Hobson Bay, Auckland in New Zealand. The anonymous hacker made the picture of a cat appear as part of the land. It was thought to be difficult […]

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Computer security hole puts kids at risk

Computer security hole puts kids at risk

Two computer experts have discovered a way for strangers to get your personal information using a security hole that could leave you and your children vulnerable. Bryan Seely and Ben Caudill say they’ve discovered one of the biggest potential security […]

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Hacker puts ‘full redundancy’ code-hosting firm out of business

A code-hosting and project management services provider was forced to shut down operations indefinitely after a hacker broke into its cloud infrastructure and deleted customer data, including most of the company's backups. View full post on Computerworld Cybercrime and Hacking News ________________ Other Sites You May Like: http;//AmIHackerProof.com – http: Read More….

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