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Wow. Maybe they could be putting their skill set to use in Georgia and not Afghanistan.
And think that truck might only be used for maybe a few years. They'll get dumped for the latest model with all the niceties on the taxpayers dime.Interestingly enough when I was driving to work today I drove past a DPW station in a small town near the South Shore and noticed that they had 2-3 brand new top of the line F-350s with light bars, can lights, top of the line bed tool boxes, dark tint, rainnguards steps etc and thought to myself that’s easily anywhere from $200-$250k worth of trucks and accessories.
amazing how much money is wasted
I can't tell that this hacker meant any harm. But... why???? Can't he just mind his own business? It is not his problem to go try to find security issues with companies that he has no kind of contract or relationship with. That's just asking for trouble. If the companies wanted to find their security issues, they could hire someone to pen test their systems. And really... he called up actual patients to let them know of security issues? WTF? There are so many scammers out there that no way would the typical person appreciate some busy body calling them up making claims like this that they can't verify nor do anything about.This dates from '16, but is bizarre.
If there was a resolution, I'll edit and add.
More details here
Justin Shafer searches the Internet for public, unsecured computer servers that store confidential patient medical information.So does a mysterious...www.dallasnews.com
We're on the same page then. I was always raised to respect the police and taught that if you've done nothing wrong you have no worries. I learned the hard way that wasn't true then and we can see numerous examples that show it still isn't now.There was a time in a day that I actually had respect for cops. It’s the way I was brought up, the way I brought my kids up. I have absolutely none now.
My reaction to that if it was my child would make me a prohibited person.Teen with autism and epilepsy has seizure. Mother calls for EMS. Instead police show up, attack and arrest the teen.
That was one of the most insane things I have seen for a while and the state supreme court justification that it fell under the sentencing guidelines so it's okay it equally insane.
And I would go contact a lawyer before making my footage public. The going public would involve a media blitz everywhere with it before the cops realize it was done and try to quietly silence me. You can't be too careful these days.If I had police footage I would absolutely copy, post and hide it in multiple locations. Because if it shows them f***ing up, high chance it gets "lost".
I wonder f the warrant was an after-the-fact thing. Like it magically appeared out of thin air after someone realized they were screwed.Guy rams into police car, police shoot and kill him. At least that’s what police said until video of the incident surfaced showing that was all a lie.
Yeah, I tend to blame schools for situations like these. But. I’m not familiar with PA education laws, but schools don’t always have discretion in every case. Zero-tolerance laws sometimes compel them to call the cops whether they want to or not.How about a school calling the police on a 6 year old with down syndrome?
Despite knowing no one was truly threatened, Margo’s actions were labelled as a transient threat and the police were called - for a 6-year-old girl with Down syndrome.www.zerohedge.com
Maybe it's the teachers and school admin that actually have down syndrome.