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Last weekend, traveling circus workers staged the so-called “operation escargot”, or a go-slow on the main Paris ring road in protest against the new rules for tenders for city fairs. The action caused huge traffic jams, adding more chaos to the French capital on Sunday.
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Citizens would've remained in the dark about the test-runs were it not for a Freedom of Information request - ensuing outcry compelled Scottish forces to temporarily shelve plans for wider implementation.
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The ICO investigation found Vote Leave sent 196,154 text messages promoting the Leave campaign, with the majority containing a link to its website.
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Judging by the tracks from previous attempts, it may be time to just cut their losses!
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Fed bust of massive attack network caused traffic loads to plummet in Q4

The FBI's takedown of a group of prolific DDoS-for-hire websites has single-handedly helped to drop attack levels globally.…

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DNC worker Seth Rich was murdered in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of D.C. 11 months ago and his killer is still on the loose.

Now, a group of George Washington University graduate students calling themselves the Profiling Project are releasing a report on their own investigation into Rich's murder.

D.C. Police tell the 7 ON YOUR SIDE I-Team that Seth Rich's murder is still being investigated as a botched robbery.

The Profiling Project doesn't buy it. A report just issued by the Profiling Project says the murder was more likely committed by a hired killer.
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Mayor of Milan and opera house president Guiseppe Sala said told reporters that La Scala "unanimously decided to return the money".
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Video footage of Bulgarian policemen mistakenly pepper-spraying themselves instead of a group of protesters outside the Bulgarian parliament in the country’s capital of Sofia has gone viral.
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[Keith Raniere and his attorney Marc Agnifilo]

The big news from yesterday’s court hearing was that three additional Nxivm defendants are negotiating plea deals, which, if it actually happens, would leave just Keith Raniere and Clare Bronfman facing trial scheduled to begin April 29.

It was also interesting to see Raniere’s attorney, Marc Agnifilo, push back at [...]

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One of the world's largest producers of aluminum has been forced to shut down several of its plants across Europe and the U.S. after an "extensive cyber attack" hit its operations, leaving companies' IT systems unusable.

According to a press release shared by Aluminum giant Norsk Hydro today, the company has temporarily shut down several plants and
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The amount of loss from damage to insured property during yellow vest protests in France over the past weekend increased by 15 percent up to 200 million euros ($227 million), the local media reported on Tuesday, citing French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire.
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Norway the power and metals wrangler could have seen this one coming

Norwegian power and metals giant Norsk Hydro is battling an extensive ransomware outbreak on its computers.…

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GENOA (Sputnik) - Italy needs to prevent the commercial opportunities that will emerge from Rome's participation in China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) from becoming a tool of "geopolitical hegemony," Mario Borghezio, a European Parliament member from the Italian Lega party, told Sputnik.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Wolfgang Kubicki, deputy chairman of the German parliament, on Tuesday called on German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas to immediately declare US Ambassador in Berlin Richard Grenell persona non grata over his repeated interference in the country's internal affairs.
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Here is another report of a massive data leak from an online retailer. The Chinese e-commerce firm Gearbest inadvertently exposed



Security Lapse Exposed Sensitive Customer Records In Gearbest Data Breach on Latest Hacking News.

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Google has recently released the first beta version of Android Q, the next upcoming version of Google's popular mobile operating system, with a lot of new privacy improvements and other security enhancements.

Android Q, where Q has not yet been named, offers more control over installed apps, their access and permissions, and location settings; more support for passive authentication like face
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The UK Home Office announced on Tuesday that it is increasing security funding for places of worship and sets up an additional 5 million pound ($6.6 million) fund in the wake of deadly New Zealand mosque shootings that killed 50 people.
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The Council of the European Union is discussing the process of the UK’s withdrawal from the bloc.
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Philip Alston, the UN rapporteur on extreme poverty, highlighted the situation in a report, where he wrote that he had met people “who have sold sex for money or shelter” during his visit to the United Kingdom last November.
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Oh, and Flash! Arrrrrggghhh

Eight out of the ten most exploited vulnerabilities tracked by threat intelligence biz Recorded Future in 2018 targeted Microsoft products – though number two on its list was, surprise surprise, a Flash flaw.…

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) announced Tuesday that Berlin can deport asylum-seekers to other EU member states, stressing that poor living conditions in those countries aren’t a reason to block deportations.
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Allegations of disrupting GPS signals are only a single step in Norway's array of verbal attacks against Russia. Previously, Norway accused Russia of simulating an attack on a US-supported radar in the Barents Sea.
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Police have cordoned off a large area of the Belgian capital near the British Embassy, as the Brussels fire service reported receiving a phone call saying that a bomb was going to explode.
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Ad trackers found on 89% of EU government sites and hacker puts forth collection of stolen databases up for sale on episode 242 of our daily cybersecurity podcast.



Latest Hacking News Podcast #242 on Latest Hacking News.

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Libssh2, a popular open source client-side C library implementing the SSHv2 protocol, has released the latest version of its software to patch a total of nine security vulnerabilities.

The Libssh2 library is available for all major distributors of the Linux operating systems, including Ubuntu, Red Hat, Debian, and also comes bundled within some distributions and software as a default library
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Over the past week, Piers Morgan and Gordon Ramsay have been engaged in a war of words over the fiery chef’s meat-free roasts, with Ramsay telling the TV host to “go f*ck yourself” on James Corden’s Late Late Show.
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With 52 F-35 fighter jets as a replacement for its ageing F-16 fleet, Norway hopes to build one of the world's most modern air forces. However, there are fears it will be hamstrung by a dramatic lack of pilots and technicians.
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The German footballer of Turkish descent left the national team last year following uproar over his meeting and posing for photos with Turkey’s president, widely criticised in Germany for his domestic policies. Almost a year later the scandal has been fuelled by reports of another photo-op.
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Bunch of bugs stomped with version 0.71

Venerable SSH client PuTTY has received a pile of security patches, with its lead maintainer admitting to the The Register that one fixed a "'game over' level vulnerability".…

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 The other day we mentioned that even in this age of the Internet, the Watchtower is still using an art style with an old-timey feel. Which we are not criticizing! We just find it interesting.

Anyway, we then ran across some more of that art, which JW.org has posted online from a book that was [...]

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Security researchers have uncovered a new variant of the infamous Mirai Internet of Things botnet, this time targeting embedded devices intended for use within business environments in an attempt to gain control over larger bandwidth to carry out devastating DDoS attacks.

Although the original creators of Mirai botnet have already been arrested and jailed, variants of the infamous IoT malware
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Former Vice President Al Gore said the recent Central American migrant caravans seeking asylum in the U.S. were fleeing the ravages of global warming.

Gore said the so-called “dry corridor,” which includes El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, “is the most vulnerable region in the world to global warming.”

“And they’ve gone without a harvest this year. Some have gone without a harvest for two years,” Gore told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in an interview Wednesday. “That is one of the principal causes for them making that long journey.”

Thousands of Central American migrants h
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ave joined caravans headed for the U.S.-Mexico border in order to seek asylum. Most experts see them as economic migrants, coming to the U.S. for work, not fleeing global warming.


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