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Vodafone Australia admits to hacking journalist’s phone in public statement

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) is being implicated in a fairly stunning scandal, in which it has admitted to having improperly accessed a reporter’s phone in search of the identity of a whistleblower. An individual had leaked confidential security information to her, regarding a story about vulnerabilities in the company’s customer identity systems. The reporter had been writing an article detailing how the personal information of millions of Vodafone customers was easily accessible online, including home addresses, driver’s license information, and credit card details. A day after Natalie O’Brien published that story, her call and message data was apparently accessed in search of her source. Vodafone denies any wrongdoing, issuing the following statement in a public release on its Australian website: VHA strongly denies any allegations of improper behaviour. VHA takes its legal and corporate responsibilities very seriously. Over the past four years, VHA has invested heavily in the security of its IT systems. The company has very strict controls and processes around the privacy of customer information, and has appointed a dedicated privacy officer. The privacy of our customers and protection of their information is our highest priority and we take this responsibility very seriously. However, later in the same […]

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Court: DA can’t use suspect’s statement to cops in teen’s heroin overdose death

Prosecutors can’t use a statement a York County man gave to police regarding the heroin-related death of his 17-year-old girlfriend because he wasn’t read his rights before being questioned, a state court panel has ruled.

The Superior Court ruling precludes the district attorney’s office from pursuing a drug delivery resulting in death charge against 20-year-old Tyler Shane Valentine of New Freedom.

Kyle King, a spokesman for the district attorney’s office, said Tuesday that no decision had been made on whether to appeal the Superior Court’s ruling to the state Supreme Court.

Valentine was arrested by Southern Regional Police soon after authorities said Alexandra Marie Sneed, a senior as Susquehannock High School, died on Feb.

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“We are deeply saddened:” Family of Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny releases statement

MADISON (WITI) — The family of Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny has released a statement through the Wisconsin Professional Police Association. It is the first time Officer Kenny’s family has commented since the March 6th shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson in Madison.

The statement from Officer Kenny’s family reads as follows:

Up to this point, we have preferred to remain silent, out of respect for the profound grief we know that Tony Robinson’s family and friends feel.  We are deeply saddened by his loss.  We know he mattered, and we wish that this tragedy could have been avoided.  We also understand and support the impulse to protest, and we want to thank Tony Robinson’s family and other community leaders for their consistent calls for peaceful demonstrations.

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Judge allows defendant’s statement at Fayetteville rape trial, cameras barred

FAYETTEVILLE — A man charged with two counts of rape filed motions to suppress evidence and to bar the media from taking pictures or video in or around the courtroom during his trial next week in Washington County Circuit Court. Cesar Michael Figueroa, 24, of Springdale is accused of raping a woman in a University of Arkansas parking lot in 2012. Read More….

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