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DSP seeking to identify suspected identity thief

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Delaware State Police are looking for the man they say used stolen credit card information to make more than $500 worth of thefts last month. Police said between Aug. 25-28, the man they know only from surveillance footage used the credit card information to buy gift cards and other items…

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Watertown Police seeking suspects in credit card theft

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The Watertown Police Department is currently seeking information to help them locate two individuals suspected of credit card fraud. The Watertown Police Department has active arrest warrants for Erica Saucier, 27, and Christopher Main, 26; both of a last known address of 33 Oak Stree in Thomaston. According to police,…

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White House Seeking Public Feedback On Cybersecurity Trends

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White House Seeking Public Feedback On Cybersecurity Trends

WASHINGTON—The White House Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity is asking for public feedback about cybersecurity trends and promising approaches to overcoming cybersecurity obstacles. NAFCU said it is preparing a response to highlight credit unions’ cybersecurity concerns.
The request for information

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50 Years Seeking Educational Equality: Revisiting the Coleman Report – Education Week

One of the most influential and hotly debated education studies in American history turns 50 this weekend. See what’s changed on five key education issues in the decades since James S. Coleman published his landmark report.

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Single Woman Seeking Manwich

I almost gave up on dating when a sandwich rejected me. I got a message on OkCupid that said, “What’s shaking bacon?” and the only profile pictures were of actual sandwiches. Delicious-looking sandwiches, but sandwiches nonetheless. Since I was feeling hungry and lonely, I decided to reply. A lot of bready puns ensued — the bacon, egg and cheese sandwich told me he “kneaded” me, and I told him I hoped I could rise to the occasion. Read More….

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U.S. Steel seeking China import ban after alleged hacking

Chinese-hackersU.S Steel Corp. is asking the U.S. government to ban unfairly traded Chinese steel imports, alleging producers stole the fruits of decades of research in a 2010 hacking attack. If successful, the petition will block carbon and alloy steel produced in China from entering the United States. Most critically, it will prevent those who allegedly […]

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Baltimore Child Abuse Center seeking donations

That is exactly what the Baltimore Child Abuse Center is hoping people will do. The center takes care of families who find themselves in traumatic situations, and often times that means a child being removed from their home.

So, those at the center are doing all they can to help the children during the holiday and beyond.

This includes having necessities ready at a moment’s notice. The center has backpacks filled with items like toothpaste, diapers and pajamas, just some of things a child may need when they are taken from their home unexpectedly.

“Many of them have faced a traumatic experience and we want to make sure they have the tools to move forward,” said Danielle Randall, with the Baltimore Child Abuse Center.

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Eradicating child abuse: “stop seeking easy, quick-fix solutions”

ICMEC is a non-governmental, non-profit organization working to make the world a safer place for all children by eradicating child abduction, sexual abuse and exploitation. It is headquartered in the United States, with regional representation in Brazil and Singapore.
Since its inception in 1998, ICMEC has trained over 7,500 law enforcement officers from more than 115 countries; worked with governments in more than 100 countries to refine or implement laws against child pornography; increased global participation in International Missing Children’s Day; and created a 24-member Global Missing Children’s Network. The internet is a tool that has sadly been abused in some aspects, but banning technology is not the solution.

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York County officer accused of child abuse seeking reduced bond

The former police officer from York County accused of child abuse against his infant son – in what prosecutors have called a shaken baby case – will appear in court Thursday after a family court judge ruled there was no abuse.

Robert Jeffrey “Jeff” Taylor was an officer at the York Police Department earlier this year when he was accused by State Law Enforcement Division agents of shaking son Jaxon to the point the baby was injured. He has asked that bond restrictions be lifted and the charges be dropped after a Family Court judge ruled there was no abuse.

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More child abuse survivors aged over 60 seeking help, support group says on Blue Knot Day

The figures have been released to mark Blue Knot Day, which aims to raise awareness of the estimated five million Australians who have suffered childhood trauma and abuse.

“We’re seeing more people in older age groups coming forward, and what we believe that relates to is the Royal Commission (into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse),” said Dr Cathy Kezelman, President of Adults Surviving Child Abuse.

“Older people who may have kept this secret their entire life are now ringing up and reaching and seeking help.

“We have people in their 80s ringing our line and saying they have never told a soul, but then hearing how it has profoundly affected their life.

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