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New Sarahah App Leads To Cyber Bullying And Ego Boosting

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An App That’s Too Honest?

There’s a new app out there that’s paving the way for bullying.

A couple days ago, I was on Facebook just scrolling down and passing the time. A friend of mine posted a picture of a speech bubble and inside that was essentially the digital version of hatemail.

With her being an artist the message essentially summed up to saying that she was a hack with no talent or future.

At the time, I dind’t understand what the message was but knowning that she had a web comic I assumed it was from some hater who read her content.

Turns out, it was someone she knew.

Yes, there’s a new app out there that was released a little less than a year ago but has now

Read more at: http://www.gaypopbuzz.com/new-sarahah-app/

Disturbing texts on San Jose-bound plane leads to child-sex arrests

Michael Kellar, 56, of Tacoma, was arrested on suspicion of soliciting child sex acts after he was seen texting illicit messages while on a San Jose-bound flight on July 31, 2017.
Michael Kellar, 56, of Tacoma, was arrested on suspicion of soliciting child sex acts after he was seen texting illicit messages while on a San Jose-bound flight on July 31, 2017. 

SAN JOSE — An alert passenger helped free two Washington children from a disturbing sexual-servitude scheme after her eyes darted to the smartphone screen of a man exchanging child-sex texts on a San Jose-bound flight, authorities said.

The suspect’s undoing appears to have been the large font he used

Read more at: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/08/03/glaring-texts-on-san-jose-bound-plane-leads-to-child-sex-arrests/

Greek police see leads in money laundering suspect’s phone

By COSTAS KANTOURIS
Associated Press

THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) – A cellphone seized during the arrest of a Russian man the U.S. wants extradited for allegedly laundering vast sums through bitcoin transactions should provide key data for the investigation, Greek police said Thursday.

The U.S. Department of Justice has identified the suspect as Alexander Vinnik, 37. It said he allegedly laundered more than $4 billion through BTC-e, one of the world’s largest digital currency exchanges – which he allegedly operated.

The suspect was arrested Tuesday while on holiday with his family in the Halkidiki area of northern Greece, which is popular with Russian tourists, and a prosecutor ordered his detention pending the extradition process.

Police said they seized electronic equipment, including mobile phones, two laptops and five tablets, from his hotel room.

The suspect denies wrongdoing, and said

Read more at: http://brooklyn.news12.com/story/35985618/greek-police-see-leads-in-money-laundering-suspects-phone

Greek police see leads in money laundering suspect’s phone

A cellphone seized during the arrest of a Russian man the U.S. wants extradited for allegedly laundering vast sums through bitcoin transactions should provide key data for the investigation, Greek police said Thursday.

The U.S. Department of Justice has identified the suspect as Alexander Vinnik, 37. It said he allegedly laundered more than $4 billion through BTC-e, one of the world’s largest digital currency exchanges — which he allegedly operated.

The suspect was arrested Tuesday while on holiday with his family in the Halkidiki area of northern Greece, which is popular with Russian tourists, and a prosecutor ordered his detention pending the extradition process.

Police said they seized electronic equipment, including mobile phones, two laptops and five tablets, from his hotel room.

The suspect denies wrongdoing, and said he will fight extradition to the U.S.

Thessaloniki security police chief Avraam Aivazidis told The Associated

Read more at: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/greek-police-leads-money-laundering-suspects-phone-48883254

‘I see Melania’s campaign to end cyber bullying is off to a slow start’ – John Legend leads backlash against Donald …

“I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no,” he said, prompting a barrage of criticism.

In November, the first lady said she wanted to combat cyber-bullying as her main priority during her time in the White House, without even a hint of irony, which Oscar-winning singer Legend called her out on.

Read more at: http://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/i-see-melanias-campaign-to-end-cyber-bullying-is-off-to-a-slow-start-john-legend-leads-backlash-against-donald-trump-35880659.html

International cyber crime crack-down leads to four UK arrests

An international law enforcement operation has led to four UK arrests of people suspected of cyber crimes.  

The arrests were made as part of an international investigation targeting the suspected use of a counter antivirus platform and crypter service which allows them to test malware samples to prevent antivirus software from recognising them as malicious.  

In the UK, the operation, which took place

Read more at: http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450420838/International-cyber-crime-crack-down-leads-to-four-UK-arrests

Cyber criminal’s phishing leads to 4+ years in prison for stealing airline tickets, which employee training could …

Darkreading reported a 4+ year jail sentence for stealing airline tickets by using “phishing campaigns targeted customers of Travelport and Sabre, causing phishing emails to be delivered to their customers for the purpose of obtaining and stealing their unique log-in credentials.” On June 5, 2017 the Department Justice issued a press release entitled “West African computer hacker sentenced to Federal Prison” included these details:

Eric Donys Simeu, a/k/a Martell Collins, a citizen of Cameroon extradited from France, has been sentenced to four years, ten months in federal prison for a series of “phishing campaigns” which targeted clients of Global Distribution Systems.

Also Darkreading reported:

He then resold the tickets to mainly customers in West Africa at steeply discounted prices, or would use the tickets for his own personal travel.

Reporting about this crime should help focus on more employee training to avoid falling for phishing!

Read more at: http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=858735f8-975e-41e6-b0bc-cba933be6677

Gay cyber bullying leads to a beat down from boxer Yusaf Mack

In 2015, professional boxer Yusaf Mack admitted that he appeared in a gay porn film, shocking many in the boxing community. At first, Mack stated he was drugged and woke up on a train with cash in his pocket and unaware of his participation. However, the father of 10, who was engaged at the time, was threatened with a lawsuit and he admitted he was a willing participant. Since then, Mack has embraced his sexual identity and talked about getting involved in a transgender relationship. Now Mack is being accused of a violent assault at a barbershop in Philadelphia over online bullying about his sexual orientation.

Mack was captured on video at the LA Clippers barbershop assaulting a man identified as Hector Echevarria. The man had made

Read more at: http://rollingout.com/2017/02/21/gay-cyber-bullying-leads-beat-boxer-yusaf-mack/

‘Web of Lies’ Season Premiere: Single Mom’s Texting Leads To Date …

“Web of Lies” returns tonight Tuesday Feb. 7 at 9 p.m. for its season four premiere on Investigation Discovery. It kicks off with another topic you read about or see on TV news shows, but never in a pleasant way.

The episode titled “People You May Know” is a story about predators who use popular social media sites and dating apps to lure victims to them. It’s about trusting someone without knowing them long enough to be able to catch red flags or patterns of behavior. The sneak peek video clip posted below is a good introduction to the point of it all.

In tonight’s “Web of Lies” we meet a a young woman named Lorianna, a single mother, who has texted non-stop with Corey for more than two weeks . When he invites her to hangout with him and his friends, Lorianna is thrilled. What she got instead of a fun

Read more at: http://tvruckus.com/2017/02/07/web-lies-season-premiere-single-moms-texting-leads-date-monster-video/

‘Web of Lies’ Season Premiere: Single Mom’s Texting Leads To Date With Monster (VIDEO)

“Web of Lies” returns tonight Tuesday Feb. 7 at 9 p.m. for its season four premiere on Investigation Discovery. It kicks off with another topic you read about or see on TV news shows, but never in a pleasant way.

The episode titled “People You May Know” is a story about predators who use popular social media sites and dating apps to lure victims to them. It’s about trusting someone without knowing them long enough to be able to catch red flags or patterns of behavior. The sneak peek video clip posted below is a good introduction to the point of it all.

In tonight’s “Web of Lies” we meet a a young woman named Lorianna, a single mother, who has texted non-stop with Corey for more than two weeks . When he invites her to hangout with him and his friends, Lorianna is thrilled. What she got instead of a fun

Read more at: http://tvruckus.com/2017/02/07/web-lies-season-premiere-single-moms-texting-leads-date-monster-video/