Category Archives: cybercrime

This Virus ‘Makes Humans More Stupid’


Is this another virus deliberately created? Most probably not because no one can make us all stupid e.g., Rebellion against the Antichrist. ‘The algae virus, never before observed in healthy people, was found to affect cognitive functions including visual processing … Continue reading

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Ground Your Plane by Renaming a WiFi Hotspot


‘Authorities detained a passenger aboard a Southwest flight that landed at Seattle-Tacoma Airport yesterday on its way to Denver, after reports that he created a bunch of creepy names for his in-flight WiFi hotspot, naming it “Southwest – Bomb on … Continue reading

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A New Way to Save Yourself from Violence


The victim was lucky the 911 dispatcher has sixth sense Domestic abuse victim calls 911 for ‘pizza’, gets help from intuitive 911 dispatcher ‘The emergency services worker, who posted the transcript on Reddit, said the call ‘started out pretty dumb, … Continue reading

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Facebook Paternity Notice Not Legal in Oklahoma


‘Notification via Facebook message does not satisfy a man’s constitutional right to be informed that he fathered a child, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled. ‘The biological parents in question broke off contact after a sexual relationship that lasted from August … Continue reading

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The Funny US-Canada Border


Village Customs border on the ridiculous ‘Michel Jalbert was not planning a diplomatic incident when he drove 20 yards into the United States last October to fill his car with cheap petrol. ‘Like almost everyone in Pohenegamook, a Quebec village … Continue reading

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Was ‘Charmine Chou’ a social experiment for case study?


Sexy FB posts get OFW in trouble with Saudi authorities ‘In the spirit of balance reporting, we are posting screenshots of the public posts cum explanation made by a certain Suzy Bautista, said to be a Master of Arts student … Continue reading

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Track and Verify News with Emergent


‘Emergent is a real-time rumor tracker. It’s part of a research project with the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University that focuses on how unverified information and rumor are reported in the media. It aims to develop and … Continue reading

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