Daniel Devereux, 30, a British man calling himself “His Royal Gingerness” has been sentenced to 32 weeks in prison for hacking the websites of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, and the website of the Norwich International Airport.His punishment came today in a sentencing for a case he was charged in 2015 after he used SQL injections to take down the websites of the two aforementioned institutions.Devereux first hacked the Norwich International Airport in September 2015, and the website of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in November 2015.Hacker uploaded videos of the hacks on YouTubeAfter each incident, Devereux, under the alias of His Royal Gingerness, uploaded videos on his YouTube channel boasting about the hacks and showing a step-by-step walkthrough of how he achieved his intrusions.Because the hacker used poor operational security (OpSec), authorities were able to track down the cyber-attacks to his home and arrested Devereux the next year.
The sprawling factory compound, all grey dormitories and weather-beaten warehouses, blends seamlessly into the outskirts of the Shenzhen megalopolis. Foxconns enormous Longhua plant is a major manufacturer of Apple products. It might be the best-known factory in the world; it might also might be among the most secretive and sealed-off. Security guards man each of the entry points. Employees cant get in without swiping an ID card; drivers entering with delivery trucks are subject to fingerprint scans. A Reuters journalist was once dragged out of a car and beaten for taking photos from outside the factory walls. The warning signs outside This factory area is legally established with state approval. Unauthorised trespassing is prohibited. Offenders will be sent to police for prosecution! are more aggressive than those outside many Chinese military compounds.But it turns out that theres a secret way into the heart of the infamous operation: use the bathroom. I couldnt believe it. Thanks to a simple twist of fate and some clever perseverance by my fixer, Id found myself deep inside so-called Foxconn City.
Ty Moore has been a Marine longer than he hasnt. After 5 deployments he has seen his fair share of trauma in the theatre of war. Ty was trained to handle trauma. By his own account he isnt afraid of anything. That is until the trauma was in Tys own home.
Jenn, his wife, was diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma, a very aggressive cancer in her ribs. Like they have done throughout their marriage they persevered. They both thought this would be the worst thing their family ever went through, they were wrong.
Shaving for Beginners is the story of Ty, a father, a Marine, and a husband, as he takes his brokenness from situations outside his control and creates hope for him, his family, and his fellow servicemen and women.
Directed by Jordan Halland
Produced by Luke Webster
The CRTC, Canadas wireless regulator, has ruled that every cellphone sold in the country must be unlocked, and carriers can no longer charge their customers to unlock their current devices, according to the CBC. The rules will take effect on December 1st, allowing customers to move to different carriers with their device as they wish.According to the CBC, Canadian carriers charged their customers $50 Canadian dollars ($38) to unlock their devices, which added up to $37.7 million CAD ($28.5 million) in 2016. The carriers, of course, fought the ruling by the CRTC, claiming that customers should have to bear the cost of the unlocking, as Rogers vice president Howard Slawner said back in February, failing to note that carriers themselves lock devices.But the argument is moot now. Canadian carrier customers will be able to unlock their phones at will come December.
IF DONALD TRUMP loves one thing in this world, it’s Donald Trump. If he loves two things, a close second-place goes to his Twitter feed. Unfortunately, in addition to Trump’s loyal armies of patriots and trolls, Twitter also hosts both liberals and members of the lying liberal mediapeople who do not show President Trump the respect he deserves. And for that, they must be blocked.Now, Trump has never shied away from hitting the block button; before he assumed the presidency, Trump appears to have blocked users with frequency and vigor. His new office, though, heightens the stakes considerably. It’s not just petty for a sitting president to block his constituency; it also has troubling First Amendment implications.