Category Archives: cybercrime

The $30,000 Apple Watch for the Filthy Rich

‘If you thought $5,000 was too much for a luxury Apple Watch, then this show of excess really ought to smack your gob: Mervis Diamond Importers just opened pre-orders for its diamond-flanked Apple wrist gizmo for upwards of $30,000, CNET … Continue reading

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Sharing Facebook post 200,000 times leads to arrest

‘Jeremiah Malfroid was wanted for allegedly downloading and distributing child pornography. The 33-year-old surrendered Monday to local authorities in Oroville, Calif. ‘On Dec. 9, a post appeared on Facebook with information detailing his alleged crime and his fugitive status, according … Continue reading

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Finally, the First Hi-Tech US President​

Obama Becomes First President to Write a Computer Program ‘Earlier today, to help kick-off the annual Computer Science Education Week, Obama became the first president ever to write a computer program. It was a very simple program—all it does is … Continue reading

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The Disgusting “Rich Private School Kids” Snapchat [Photos]

Christmas Tree Made from Dried Grass (see link below) UPDATE: The moderator for the ‘richkidsnaps’ Snapchat account spoke to BuzzFeed and answered our questions about the page controversy. ‘There is a very popular Facebook page called PrivateSchoolSnapchats where a rich, … Continue reading

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Terrorists Using Social Media to Find Targets

Feds to US Troops: ISIS May Use Social Media to Find You ‘In a joint intelligence bulletin issued overnight by the FBI with the Department of Homeland Security, officials strongly urged those who serve in uniform to scrub their social … Continue reading

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Assessing Older Students for Hidden Skills

What Every School Can Learn From Preschools The authors argue that non-academic skills aren’t coded into DNA and can be taught, or at least cultivated. ‘Melissa Tooley and Laura Bornfreund of the New America Foundation write that schools should focus … Continue reading

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How to use the Internet of Things for Murder

‘Imagine a fleet of quad copters or drones equipped with explosives and controlled by terrorists. Or someone who hacks into a connected insulin pump and changes the settings in a lethal way. Or maybe the hacker who accesses a building’s … Continue reading

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