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Hearing for Florida Teen Accused of Hacking Twitter Gets Hacked

first_imgProsecutors believe that Clark was able to gain access by convincing a Twitter employee that he was a co-worker.He is facing numerous charges, including 17 counts of communications fraud and 11 counts of fraudulent use of personal information.Clark was arrested last Friday and entered the not-guilty pleas on Tuesday.The judge denied a motion to reduce Clark’s bond. He remains in jail, with bond set at $725,000.The next hearing is scheduled for October 7. Officials say it will be password protected. In an ironic twist, a bond hearing for a Tampa teen accused of recently hacking the Twitter accounts of politicians, celebrities and technology moguls got hacked this week.The bond hearing took place over Zoom.While it was in progress, the judge and attorneys were interrupted several times by people shouting racial slurs, playing music, and even showing pornographic images.The suspect, 17-year-old Graham Clark, is accused of using the hijacked Twitter accounts to scam people worldwide out of more than $100,000 in Bitcoin on July 15.The affected accounts belong to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, former President Barack Obama, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, among others.last_img read more

Kurtenbach: What we learned in the Raiders’ third preseason game

first_imgClick here if you are having trouble viewing the photos or video on your mobile device.The third game of the preseason is often referred to as the “dress rehearsal, as traditionally, a team’s starters play a bit longer than they usually do in the preseason — sometimes even a whole half — as a warm-up for the regular season.Friday’s Raiders-Packers game was not a dress rehearsal.Because if it was, then the show should be canceled before it opens. The Raiders’ 13-6 win wasn’t much …last_img

Are 49ers great, or just good? We’re about to find out

first_img​In the first eight games of their season, the 49ers have proven they can beat bad teams. The Bengals, Browns, and Washington come to mind.They’ve proven they can beat mediocre teams, as well. I’m thinking Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, and Arizona.They’ve even proven they can beat good, playoff-contending teams. The Rams and the Panthers were both smacked by San Francisco.And in beating those three tiers of teams, the undefeated Niners — after five years of downright futility — have been promoted. …last_img

2010 stadium tour wows media

first_imgLOC CEO Danny Jordaan talking tojournalists about South Africa’s readinessto host the 2010 Fifa World Cup.(Image: Bongani Nkosi) Joao Raposo, a Brazilian journalist, is so impressed with South Africa’s stadiums he’s concerned his home country won’t match up when it hosts the Fifa World Cup in 2014.“In Brazil we’re concerned about the stadiums we will have,” Raposo said during a recent interview at Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg. “I think it will be difficult to compete with the stadiums that Africa has [built].”Raposo, a producer at Bandeirantes TV in Sao Paulo, is one of 120 international and local journalists currently touring South Africa’s 10 host stadiums on a trip initiated by Fifa and the Local Organising Committee (LOC). It has been scheduled to coincide with celebrations marking 100 days remaining to the kick-off the 2010 Fifa World Cup in June.What’s your view on the calabash-shaped Soccer City? I asked Raposo, who, together with a fellow journalist, will stay on after the tour to cover the full tournament in a few month’s time. “I think it’s amazing … but Moses Mabhida [in Durban] is very beautiful, it’s my favourite,” the Brazilian said.The World Cup in South Africa will be spectacular and will certainly cement Africa’s place in world football, he added.The tour is being led by Fifa general secretary Jerome Valcke and LOC CEO Danny Jordaan, who are on hand to answer all journalists’ questions about the readiness of stadiums. It started in Johannesburg on 26 February with visits to Soccer City and Ellis Park.The reporters will wrap up their tour on 2 March at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, where they will be addressed by South Africa’s deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe, Fifa president Sepp Blatter and LOC chairperson Irvin Khoza.Another journalist, Ghanaian Henry Asante Twum, is also taken aback by South Africa’s “impressive” stadiums. Twum, the head of sport at Ghana Television, had seen most of the host stadiums and is convinced the country will stage a memorable event in June.“The World Cup in South Africa will be magnificent. I’m happy that Valcke has commended what South Africa has done to prepare,” Twum said. “I’m impressed with the stadiums I’ve seen.”The hospitality industry also looks ready to welcome the world to Africa, Twum added. “I’ve seen some hotels here. I think the country is in good shape.”Defining momentsSoccer City will accommodate a whopping 90 000 football fanatics, making it the biggest stadium in the country. Come kick-off on June 11, the venue will come alive with vuvuzela trumpeting and cheers from local and international fans as they watch the opening match between Mexico and Bafana Bafana, South Africa’s national squad.Former Bafana midfielder Doctor Khumalo believes the vocal 90 000-strong crowd will be a motivating factor for Bafana. “A 90 000 capacity is a motivator. Some of the boys in Bafana will be nervous, but I don’t think they’re scared of Mexico,” he said.Khumalo has fond memories of playing at the FNB Stadium, which was converted into Soccer City. He played many matches for Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs there, but scoring against Brazil in the 1996 Mandela Cup remains his favourite moment. “The stadium is beautiful, and it’s even better than the older one.”Former striker Philemon Masinga also fondly remembers the impressive goal he scored for South Africa against the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1997. The long-range shot Masinga unleashed after collecting the ball from a defence-splitting through pass from Khumalo remains South Africa’s most important goal, as it secured Bafana a place in the 1998 Fifa World Cup in France.“I’ve got many memories of playing here,” Masinga said.Ellis Park, the other World Cup host stadium in Johannesburg, also “brings back some wonderful memories”, said Joel Stransky – the former rugby player well remembered for scoring the drop goal that won South Africa the Rugby World Cup in 1995 at the stadium.The sight of former president Nelson Mandela wearing a Springbok jersey while he congratulated the team remains etched in Stransky’s mind. Many have said Mandela’s choice of shirt that day inspired reconciliation between black and white South Africans – only a year after the end of apartheid.Experts have given their firm promise that all 10 stadiums will be 100% ready for the June kick-off. At the moment the only area needing attention is the turf at Mbombela Stadium in Mpumalanga, but a pitch consultant from the UK has been called in remedy this. Fifa has assured the media that the 43 500-seater stadium will be completed in time, Radio 702 reported.Vuvuzelas will be loud and clearFifa recently announced that the number of category four match tickets has been increased, meaning that local fans will have greater access to seats at stadiums. Previously only 11% of tickets were allocated for category four – the least expensive category available only to South African residents – but this has been upped to 29%.“We made a commitment that the tournament must be affordable to South Africans … We said let’s give people who’ve been supporting club football in South Africa the chance to carry a World Cup ticket,” said Jordaan.The more local fans there are, the more vuvuzelas, flamboyant fan gear and makarapas there will be at World Cup matches.The plastic vuvuzela trumpet will not be banned from stadiums, Valcke said, on condition that it is not used as a weapon at match venues. “We agreed that we will not ban the vuvuzela or the kuduzela,” he added.The vuvuzela, a South African original, will add a distinct African flavour to the international football event, said Issa Hayatou, the president of the Confederation of African Football. “The vuvuzela is a true representation of what African culture is about, and what African culture is.”last_img read more

Cartoon: The Thin #FF0000 Line

first_imgMore Noise to Signal. 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… rob cottingham Related Posts 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#Cartoons#web Are you finding the same thing I am? Where you’re having a casual conversation with a friend, and you’re in the middle of saying something… well, not exactly secret, but not the sort of thing you want shared with the world… and you stop dead, suddenly worried that it might end up in their Twitter stream?When I’m talking to someone with a blog, a Twitter feed or even a Facebook account (which, these days, means nearly everyone), I’m often just a little guarded. I have my own guidelines and boundaries when I’m dealing with other people’s information – basically, if there’s any ambiguity, I ask permission before I share – but I know other people draw the line differently.Sometimes they’ll reveal a confidence but change a few details to protect identities. Or maybe they’d never do that, but they’ll readily tag an embarrassing party photo of you on Facebook.While some people lay down hard and fast rules about the new online etiquette, the reality is things are still a lot more fluid than many of us realize. You’ve just had lunch with a potential client; do you tweet that? You shot a hilarious video at the company picnic; do you upload it? And do we all just assume we’re all on the record, 24-7, until and unless we agree otherwise?Several years into the social media revolution, we’re still only making baby steps toward some kind of shared understanding of the terrain we’re walking on together. And in some ways, netiquette seems as nebulous a concept as ever. 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…last_img read more

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Deepika Padukone’s latest avatar is Goan

first_imgDeepika Padukone once again has delighted her fans, this time with her Goan look in her upcoming satirical thriller Finding Fanny, directed by Homi Adjania.Known to slip into different looks for every film, this time too Deepika has made a successful attempt to look a cheerful Goan belle.Deepika Padukone once again has delighted her fans, this time with her Goan look in her upcoming satirical thriller Finding Fanny.Sporting a floralprint short summer dress, with an apron over it, Deepika has conveniently stepped into her character of Angie in the film.Based on her Angie’s first look, that was revealed on Thursday, Deepika’s character carries a bit of a mystery as is visible in the picture in which she is spotted with a blood- stained cleaver.Adjania, who made a stunning Veronica out of Deepika in their earlier film Cocktail, may bring about a turning point in Deepika’s career with Finding Fanny.Fidning Fanny is an English Konkani satirical film about five Goans taking a road trip to look for a missing girl called Fanny. Anjali Patil, who was last seen in Prakash Jha’s film Chakravyuh, essays the role of Stefanie Fanny Fernandes.Deepika is known to experiment with her looks in most of her films. She started with a retro look in her debut film Om Shanti Om, opposite Shah Rukh Khan, in which she played a ‘ 70s actress. She tried an ultra- glam look in Cocktail opposite Saif Ali Khan while she essayed a traditional Tamil girl in Chennai Express. As bespectacled Naina Sahni in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Deepika appeared in a geeky look and then looked convincing as a Gujarati beauty in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram Leela.advertisementlast_img read more

10 months agoLiverpool fullback Moreno: I’ve got contract offer. We’ll see

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Liverpool fullback Moreno: I’ve got contract offer. We’ll seeby Freddie Taylor2018-12-27 22:41:29.000000Send to a friendShare the loveAlberto Moreno has revealed he has received a contract offer from Liverpool.The Spaniard has struggled for playing time since the emergence of Andy Robertson and will be out of contract in the summer. He will be free to talk to foreign clubs in January.And speaking to El Transistor, Moreno admits he could leave Anfield despite the new contract offer.He said: “Liverpool has proposed renewing me but no agreement has been reached, in January the market opens and we will see.”To this day we have nothing closed neither with Liverpool nor with other clubs.” last_img read more

Video: Notre Dame’s BB Team Gets Welcomed Home In South Bend To Roaring Applause From Fans

first_imgFans applaud Notre Dame basketball after return from near-upset of Kentucky.Notre Dame’s men’s basketball team played one of the best games we’ve seen from a squad in the NCAA Tournament Saturday night. The Fighting Irish’s valiant effort ultimately wasn’t enough, though, as they fell to undefeated Kentucky, 68-66. Still, Mike Brey’s team has plenty to be proud about this season; an ACC Tournament championship and an Elite Eight run highlight an awesome year. Following the loss to the Wildcats, Notre Dame’s fans welcomed their team home with roaring applause. Much-deserved welcome home for one of the best @FightingIrish teams you’ll ever see. Thanks, @NDmbb. pic.twitter.com/ET6mvODLlJ— Josh Flynt (@jflyntnd518) March 29, 2015That’s a great scene. Notre Dame’s run to the Elite Eight was the sixth in program history and the first since 1979.last_img read more

Video: 4-Star LSU Commit Cameron Lewis Scored A Touchdown On A Crazy 35-Yard Scramble In Scrimmage

first_imgCameron Lewis, LSU commit, scores a 35 yard touchdown.Twitter/@thatboycam1LSU’s roster is littered with impressive athletes every season, and they will be adding another one in 2016 athlete Cameron Lewis. The four-star plays quarterback and safety for Wossman High School, and shined in a recent scrimmage against Peabody. Lewis threw for two touchdowns, and added one each on the ground and as a receiver, but none was more impressive than this wild 35 yard scramble.Recap of yesterday I make it look easy pic.twitter.com/pKNpUD21xt— Cameron Lewis (@thatboycam1) August 24, 2015Lewis is expected to play safety at the next level, but based on this, he could make one heck of a punt returner as well.[TigerDroppings.com]last_img