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TULARE COUNTY, Calif. (KFSN) — 59-year-old Micallela Aguilera Coleman from Lindsay is being investigated by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly scamming multiple undocumented people. Sgt. Demecio Holguin says they’ve had their eyes on her for about a year after one victim said they gave Coleman over $30,000 for a promise she didn’t keep....
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An industry group representing major tech companies, including Google, Facebook and Twitter, is asking the Supreme Court to stop a Texas social media law from going into effect. DENIS CHARLET/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption DENIS CHARLET/AFP via Getty Images An industry group representing major tech companies, including Google, Facebook and Twitter, is...
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Chief Moulton said they don’t ask others to fundraise for them, so if you see a text like this again, it’s more than likely a scam. WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — The Warner Robins Fire Department wants to warn you about an alleged scam involving them and a T-shirt. This is something the fire chief said...
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Linux provides user options for a wide variety of desktop environments, making it a much richer computing platform compared to macOS and Microsoft Windows. That benefit is on display with this month’s distro releases and updates. Check out a new option for integrating Windows gaming and business programs in whatever Linux variation you use. It...
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From Priscilla Ediare, Ado-Ekiti An Ekiti State Chief Magistrates’ Court, sitting in Ado Ekiti has granted an order to remand a 33-year-old man, Baderinwa Waheed, in the custody of the Nigerian Correctional Service, Ado Ekiti for a period of thirty days. Moving his ex-parte application, an officer of the Department of State Services (DSS), Olaolu...
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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Authorities want you to know of a scam going around our area. Bay County Sheriff’s Deputies say they received a complaint about a phone call a local woman received. She says the person on the phone identified himself as a deputy with the sheriff’s office. The woman says the scammer...
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In this article, we look at the 2021 cyberattack on the Health Service Executive (“HSE”), the national healthcare provider for Ireland, and what lessons have been learned from that crisis one year post-incident. Background The HSE is the state provider of healthcare in Ireland and is the largest employer, with direct and indirect staff totaling...
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Android 12 is still a very new version of the platform, but Samsung is launching the update for its Galaxy devices less than a month after Google’s own Pixel phones. More devices will be updated over the coming months, and Samsung has confirmed a preliminary list of devices that will be updated. This article will...
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On May 1, the protocols U.S. financial institutions must follow after a cybersecurity breach changed, and more changes are still to come. Three bank regulators this month began asking banks to report cybersecurity incidents within 36 hours when such breaches have caused serious harm or are likely to. The three regulators are the Federal Deposit...
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News Is the Kubernetes Skills Gap Shrinking? The enterprise skills gap for just about anything to do with IT is a widely known, years-long problem, especially in the cloud computing space for initiatives like Kubernetes implementations. It has shown few if any signs of slowing down. Yet there may be a ray of hope: New...
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The 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report, in collaboration with CSA, examines the state of SaaS security as seen in the eyes of CISOs and security professionals in today’s enterprises. The report gathers anonymous responses from 340 CSA members to examine not only the growing risks in SaaS security but also how different organizations are currently...
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VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican’s financial trial took a series of surreal turns Thursday when a former suspect-turned-star witness was thrown out of the tribunal and a defendant asserted in court documents that she escorted two emissaries of Russian President Vladimir Putin into the Holy See to negotiate the return of holy relics to...
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On May 22, the World Health Assembly will take place in Geneva, where World Health Organization member states will meet to discuss current and future priorities for public health issues of global importance. On the agenda is a U.S.-proposed change to international health rules. These rules set the standards for all countries to have the...
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A B.C. Supreme Court judge found the man described as the former “chief executive officer” of B.C.’s legislature guilty of breach of trust and fraud Thursday in connection with improper expense claims for more than $1800 worth of clothing. In a split verdict, Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes acquitted former legislature house clerk Craig James...
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U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks during a press conference, alongside FBI Director Christopher Wray at the U.S. Justice Department on April 06, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images) The Department of Justice is significantly revising how it interprets and brings cases under the nation’s premier hacking law, saying it will no...
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A fraud case against former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown has ended with her guilty plea to a tax charge in a charity fraud case. The 75-year-old Democrat had been convicted in 2017 of 18 counts and served more than two years in prison before her release in 2020 on humanitarian grounds due to the coronavirus...
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As organizational reliance on the cloud grows, so do the challenges of managing increasingly sophisticated cloud strategies. The recent rapid transition to cloud services has provided enterprises with unparalleled flexibility and scalability, allowing them to accelerate their digital transformation efforts. It has also resulted in a jumble of sophisticated techniques that threaten to detract from...
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FORT EDWARD, N.Y. (NEWS10) – According to Sheriff Jeffrey J. Murphy, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested Mary F. Berberian, 47, after she filed a false instrument with the Washington County Department of Social Services resulting in her receiving benefits greater than $1,000. Berberian was arrested on Saturday, May 14 for the alleged crime. Get...
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Antivirus over the internet is crucial to guard your computer coming from malware and also other threats. These kinds of programs can harm your product and grab your personal details. These hazards can show up while you are browsing the internet, obtaining data files, or applying an external storage device. They are hard to find,...
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Imagine there is a public speaking square in your city, much like the ancient Greek agora. Here you can freely share your ideas without censorship. But there’s one key difference. Someone decides, for their own economic benefit, who gets to listen to what speech or which speaker. And this isn’t disclosed when you enter, either....
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