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Cardinals Hacker Fired From Organization

HOUSTON (AP) — The federal hacking investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals could take longer if high-level executives are implicated in the breach of the Houston Astros’ database, according to legal experts. 618 more words


Hacking For Dummies

I have waffled back and forth on whether to address this “hacking” scandal.  Given the lack of information, it is difficult to address it beyond just a surface pass.  627 more words


Sports Hacking and Weather Non-Event

Pretend I am a newspaper today. When I first read about the Hallowedbethyname St. Louis Cardinals hacking into the “lowly” Astros site, I was aghast. 465 more words


Move over Libel – Privacy is the new King of the Courts

A ground-breaking judgment was handed down yesterday in the phone-hacking case against the Mirror Group1.  Eight individuals, some of them very well known2, recovered damages from Mirror Group Newspapers totalling over £1.2M3, with the prospect of more to come if Mirror Group is unable to provide more information as to the full extent of the hacking.   313 more words

In The News!

Daily News to remove photographs of nude female celebrities

Daily News International has an important announcement about the future of the way our newspaper publishes leaked photographs, specifically of those of female celebrities.  After careful consideration, Daily News has decided to ultimately pull the mass collection of  sexually-explicit photographs that have both sat in the Daily News for months and garnered tens of millions of visitors to the Daily Newspaper. 229 more words

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Kim Kardashian Reveals Leaked Nude Selfies Will Appear In New Book

Kim Kardashian’s selfie book just got a little sexier! The reality starlet announced that ‘Selfish’ won’t just include fun pics of her and her friends — it’s got some fully nude photos in there too! 465 more words

News And Gossip

SAG, DGA & WGA Members Could Be Victims Of Anthem Hack

SAG, the WGA and the DGA are all warning their members that their personal information may have been compromised by a recent cyber attack on Anthem, a health care provider to all three of the guilds’ health plan. 380 more words