Category Archives: cybercrime

Foreseeing Future Faces is Now Easy


Now you can see accurately what your children will look like as adults ‘If you’re a parent wondering what your child will look like as an adult, now you don’t need to wonder anymore. Researchers at the University of Washington … Continue reading

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Canada ‘Admits’ Dumping Garbage in Philippines


But Anna Marie Kapunan has good news ‘…Yesterday, we were met by Political Counselor James Christoff to keep us posted on the recent updates from Canadian Embassy. We were assured that the Canadian Embassy is looking into possible solutions to … Continue reading

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Dad’s Gaming Addiction Kills Another Baby


This is the second incident from Korea ‘South Korean police have arrested a 22-year-old unemployed man in the North Gyeongsang Province for allegedly leaving his 28-month son at home to starve to death while he played online computer games at … Continue reading

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Drone Casualties Piling Up Fast


An Inside Out portrait that delivers a message to drone operators ‘This portrait of a girl tells a story larger than the massive piece of vinyl it is printed on. Unfurled in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region of Pakistan, “#NotABugSplat” was … Continue reading

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A Great Story of Website Hijacking


The Hijacking and Retaking of Ramshackle Glam Why you should not ignore spam mail “I’m writing this post because this incident made me very, very angry at GoDaddy and HostMonster. And I want you to know why.” How would you … Continue reading

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