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Warnings have been issued to parents after a child at an Exeter school was diagnosed with whooping cough. A pupil at St Sidwell's Church of England Primary School was diagnosed with whooping cough, also called pertussis, which is a highly contagious bacterial infection of the lungs and airways. The child has since made a recovery and the school has confirmed there has been only one case of it at the school. Whooping cough causes repeated coughing bouts that can last for two to three months...
Fast Company
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That can let manufacturers address security vulnerabilities effectively instantaneously, without having to distribute security patches to all of the devices in the field, he says. If manufacturers learn that a factory-configured password can give hackers access to their systems, for instance, they can quickly tell Cloudflares systems to block network traffic containing that string of text, or restrict it to situations they deem safe. In the simplest form, youd just look for that default password, then you can simply block those requests, Prince says. You can require that those requests have some additional piece of information for them to pass through, so you could have an additional level of securityessentially in order to use that default password, you have to enter another password. Read More: After Years Of Warnings, Internet Of Things Devices To Blame For Big Internet Attack When manufacturers do want to release security updates, having the network security in place can let them do so at a more leisurely pace, he says, leaving more time to test and debug fixes, than if devices were otherwise immediately vulnerable.
TIME - Top Stories
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New Zealand has one of the highest suicide rates in the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development, which consists of 13 countries including the United States. The country said while Netflix plays content warnings ahead of each episode, further steps are required. The country's Sexual Abuse Prevention Network also expressed concern about how rape is depicted on the show, and New Zealand said the network said the series does not offer any positive examples of appropriate responses to rape disclosures.
BBC Parliament
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industry in Scotland to talk about these matters they were very clear on the importance of it and also on the vast importance of the United Kingdom market for Scottish financial services. What assessment does my honourable friend make up the French government warnings that the city should continue to be overseen by EU regulators? I would say to my honourable friend.
Antiwar.com News
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While the content of a high-profile White House meeting in which the entire US Senate was briefed about North Korea has not been totally made public, official attempts to emphasize the non-military efforts being made appear to be just one aspect of the story, as the consequences of a military conflict appear to also have been discussed. Military officials emphasized the increased naval buildup around the Korean Peninsula, and preparations being made for a new Korean War, while also offering some frank warnings that North Korea would certainly retaliate against an American attack, and that such a retaliation would include major attacks against US forces in South Korea, and the South Korean capital of Seoul. This was something the Senate was warned about, but has been surprisingly rarely discussed in public as the US masses forces in the area and talks up taking care of North Korea one way or another.
South China Morning Post
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A 42-year-old Hong Kong housewife has become the biggest phone deception loser this year as she was conned out of more than HK$10 million by scammers posing as mainland police officers. Her case emerged after 11 people were scammed out of HK$12.4 million over the four-day Easter holiday and amid repeated police warnings about phone scams. The Discovery Bay resident, surnamed Lee, reported the case to the police at 11am on Wednesday. Hong Kong police to target university campuses with warnings...
Mashable
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Okay, we all know we really shouldn't text and drive. But temptation is strong and sometimes getting back to someone right now feels more important than anything else. It's not, of course, but it's a feeling that can be difficult to shake, even if we know it's dangerous. That's why Samsung is working on a new app that will respond to text messages for you while you drive. SEE ALSO: Distracted driving kills, so why don't more apps have driver warnings? Called In-Traffic Reply, the app will automatically respond to text messages when you're in the car or riding a bike. The app relies on phone sensors and GPS to detect when you're in a moving car or bike and will send a preset reply to incoming texts. Read more... More about Samsung , Apps And Software , Tech , Tech , and Apps Software
ABC News - South Australia
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South Australia's Mental Health Minister Leesa Vlahos did not follow up on warnings about serious safety risks at an Oakden nursing home, because she did not have the name of person who made the complaint.
BBC One East
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the running for that is Giles what need, he stood last time and the leader of Tendring District Council. Labour and the Lib Dems will also be announcing their candidate soon. During last summer's EU Referendum campaign, there were lots of warnings about the impact of Brexit on trade
Daily Express
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POLICE have warned parents to be extra vigilant with their children after warnings a sick suicide game which led teenagers to take they own lives is coming to the UK.
BBC News 24
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Dhillon to the police, Northumbria Police after he turned up at her house on several occasions and ignored warnings not to get in touch with her. She was asked on one occasion what she wanted done about it, whether she felt she wanted to get Dhillon I will prisoned and some of the family statements refer to that she was a.
BBC News 24
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The investigation has been referred to the IPCC? That is right. Alice did actually report Lance Corporal Trimaan Dhillon to the Northumbria police here after he turned up at her house on several occasions. He ignored warnings not to get in touch with her. She was asked on.
The Week
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We're famous for being a nation of keen gardeners but there are warnings that our immaculate green lawns could become a thing of the past because of climate change. The Royal Horticultural Society says drier summers and more frequent days.
Western Morning News
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A sex trend called stealthing is a growing issue, an academic has claimed and warnings have been issued to men and women about the dangers of the potentially unlawful act. Stealthing is the practice of a man removing his condom midway through sexual intercourse without his partner being aware.Alexandra Brodsky, of Yale Law School in America, said the practice is not new but it is 'rarely talked about'. She has argued that the 'dangerous and violating sexual trend' of removing a condom despite...
France 24
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Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered on Wednesday said its first quarter pre-tax profit nearly doubled compared to the same period last year, benefiting from the dampened effect of bad loans. Chief executive Bill Winters said the bank made "good progress" for the quarter, following a swing back to profitability in 2016 after it saw its first annual loss since 1989 in 2015. Late that year, it announced it was re-focusing on "affluent retail clients" and would exit or restructure $100 billion of assets. The bank also said in 2015 it would cut 15,000 jobs around the world. "The significantly increased profit before tax results from particularly low loan impairment and our focus on cost control," Winters said. He replaced former CEO Peter Sands after shareholder calls for a boardroom cull following profit warnings. Underlying pre-tax profit was at $1.
South China Morning Post
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A 42-year-old Hong Kong housewife has become the biggest phone deception loser this year as she was conned out of more than HK$10 million by scammers posing as mainland police officers. Her case emerged after 11 people were scammed out of HK$12.4 million over the four-day Easter holiday and amid repeated police warnings about phone scams. The Discovery Bay resident, surnamed Lee, reported the case to the police at 11am on Wednesday. Hong Kong police to target university campuses with...
South China Morning Post
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A 42-year-old Hong Kong housewife has become the biggest phone deception loser this year as she was conned out of more than HK$10 million by scammers posing as mainland police officers. Her case emerged after 11 people were scammed out of HK$12.4 million over the four-day Easter holiday and amid repeated police warnings about phone scams. The Discovery Bay resident, surnamed Lee, reported the case to the police at 11am on Wednesday. Hong Kong police to target university campuses with warnings...
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ABC News - South Australia
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South Australia's Mental Health Minister Leesa Vlahos did not follow up on warnings about serious safety risks at an Oakden nursing home, because she did not have the name of person who made the complaint.
Daily Express - Health
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