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Posted by: | on December 16, 2019
Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Monday, 16 December 2019, 5:24 pmPress Release: Dog And Lemon Guide National’s proposed user-pays scheme for road users will almost inevitably become a state-controlled mass vehicle surveillance system, says the car review website dogandlemon.com. Editor Clive Matthew-Wilson, who was also the former editor of a computer […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com
Posted by: | on August 23, 2017
Authorities are looking into the apparent hack of a road sign in Washington’s scenic Rock Creek Park that was emblazoned with a profane message Monday morning about President Trump. The electronic sign was supposed to inform drivers that a local road was closed for sewer work. Instead, all it said…
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Posted by: | on July 22, 2015
OnStar, GM and Safe Kids have teamed up to produce an e-book that describes vehicle emergencies and how families can prepare for them.
“Kids start to learn as soon as they start observing parents in their vehicle,” said Jeff Boyer, Vice President of Global Safety for General Motors. “E-book gives you guided questions to help your child be prepared.”
The 12-page online book begins with a quiz to see how much children know about what to do in emergency situations on the road.
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Posted by: | on September 15, 2014
To hear the FBI tell it, tracking down the secret server behind the billion-dollar drug market known as the Silk Road was as easy as knocking on a door. The bureau’s latest court filing in the case describes how the […]
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Posted by: | on November 27, 2012
New court filings against Ross Ulbricht, the young Texan accused of being the mastermind behind the notorious Silk Road website, show new and compelling evidence that he was the man at the helm. Documents formally introduced Thursday morning in a Southern District of New York federal court includescreenshots of Ulbricht’s computer as it was seized at the time […] View full post on Gregory d. evans