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Is Key Claim Missing from Pastor's Lawsuit Over Wife's Nude Pics Emailed to Swinger Site?

Should a claim for have been included in this lawsuit? See my thoughts below and share your thoughts.

The Allegations Behind the Lawsuit

A legal team led by Gloria Allred made news by suing Toyota (and others) on behalf of a Frisco, Texas pastor and his wife, Tim  and Claire Gautreaux, alleging that a Toyota salesman emailed nude pictures of Claire to a swingers’ website from Tim’s phone while in his possession to confirm a preapproval offer that was on an app. 546 more words

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Salford's Early Past Revealed: Part 1 - The Landscape

Regular readers of this blog will be aware that for the last year I have been working on an archaeology exhibition of the city of Salford’s archaeology. 348 more words

Community Archaeology

Cybersecurity and #IoT - Hackers Steal Over 100 Cars With a Laptop

We have been talking about hacking cars on this blog since 2011 (see posts) so the idea of thieves stealing a car by hacking their way into its computer system is no big surprise. 960 more words

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Mild Cyberterrorism

Cyberterrorism: “The politically motivated use of computers and information technology to cause severe disruption or widespread fear.”

As the world shifts further an further into the technological revolution,  society has become increasingly vulnerable to attacks via the internet.   555 more words

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9th Circuit Weighs in on CFAA and CAN-SPAM

9th Circuit Weighs in on
CFAA and CAN-SPAM

The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) provides civil and criminal penalties against come who “intentionally accesses a computer without authorization or exceeds authorized access and thereby obtains . 933 more words

CAN-SPAM Act

Baseball Exec Gets Four Years Under Controversial Hacking Law

Using another person’s password to get into a computer network might not seem like a big deal. But try tell that to a federal judge who just sentenced a former executive from the St. 400 more words

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Former Cardinals exec sentenced to prison for hacking Astros

HOUSTON (AP) — A federal judge sentenced the former scouting director of the St. Louis Cardinals to nearly four years in prison Monday for hacking the Houston Astros’ player personnel database and email system in an unusual case of high-tech cheating involving two Major League Baseball clubs. 21 more words

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