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This wouldnt be the first time a hacker group would have used the data from this particular breach for extortion purposes either. The group sent a YouTube video to Motherboard showing one of their members accessing an iCloud account using the stolen data where they were able to access the accounts photos and remotely wipe the users device. However, it would have been easy for the group to stage this scenario and the veracity of their claims wasnt helped by inconsistencies in reporting how many account details theyd stolen one member claimed 300 million while another said 559 million. Regardless, Apple has said that its keeping a close eye and actively monitoring to prevent unauthorized access to user accounts. Not only that, the company is working with law enforcement to identify the group behind the threats.
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The Palace of Westminster is in lock down at the moment after gunshots have been heard outside. House of Commons proceedings have been suspended and police have allegedly shot a man outside the Parliament buildings. Shaky video of commotion after Parliament shooting. pic.twitter.com/ofGZwcMgaA Patrick Daly (@thepatrickdaly) March 22, 2017 MPs have been told to stay inside the chamber until further notice. A helicopter has landed in the Westminster estate to tend to an...
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They'll later update in higher resolution when connectivity permits. Video calling app Duo gained an audio-only calling feature that users can switch to when an internet connection is poor. The features for both apps are available in Brazil from today, and Google says it will be rolling them out to users around the world in the coming days. Yesterday, Google also announced a new feature for Maps that lets users share their real-time locations with friends and family. Tags: Google , Brazil , Google Photos , Duo Discuss this article in our forums
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Mark Rowley, Metropolitan Police's senior anti-terror officer, announced that six addresses were raided and seven people arrested in connection to yesterday’s Houses of Parliament attack, during an address to press, Thursday outside New Scotland Yard, London. "Hundreds of detectives have been working through the night and during that time I can confirm that we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests, the enquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country are continuing,” stated Rowley. Continuing, Rowley noted that “this attacker acted alone and was inspired by international terrorism.” On the victims, Rowley said “There is currently only four dead and 29 people were treated in hospital, we are also still collating numbers of walking wounded, sadly seven of those in hospital are still in critical condition.” Video ID: 20170323 010 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Meanwhile, Khalid added that the police are fully aware that three suspects wanted by the police in connection with the murder are hiding inside the embassy's headquarters at Damansara. "We are aware of the identities inside the embassy ... All we want is for them to surrender," he told a press conference after a handing over ceremony of a Kia Sorento for the police, courtesy of Naza Motors. This comes after All-Nippon Network (ANN News) operated by Asahi TV, aired a one-minute video footage showing the suspect, resembling Kim Uk-il, playing snooker with several others on the second floor of the embassy building in Jalan Batai, Bukit Damansara. Apart from Uk-il the police are also looking for other suspects including the embassy's second secretary, Kwang Hyon-song, 44, who is still 'hiding' at the embassy building, as well as Ri Ji-u, 30, also known as 'James', whom Khalid believes is also holed up in the embassy.
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Video of Share your real-time location with the people you want, for exactly as long as you want But wait, doesnt this update sound a little familiar? Yes, yes it does. Remember Google Latitude? Let me refresh your memory from Google’s 2009 blog post (on Blogspot!) announcing it: “Latitude is a new feature of Google Maps for mobile, as well as an iGoogle gadget, that allows you to share your location with your friends and to see their approximate locations, if they choose to share them with you.” See related Google Maps now wont let you forget where you’ve parked Google Maps error sees wrong house being bulldozed Google Latitude fundamentally flawed Aside from the mobile platforms supported (Latitude was available for “Android, Blackberry, Symbian S60, and Windows Mobile” with hopes of iPhone following “soon”), that sounds the same, right? And yet Latitude was discontinued in 2013.
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Hey guys, Welcome back to another one of my builds logs! I'm happy to announce my entry into the 2017 Cooler Master CaseMod World Series in the MasterCase Maker 5t. It's a stunning looking case and I'm excited to work on it. I have a few interesting things planned for it, including some layout changes on the inside and a more unique water cooling loop set-up. I am calling this one Tempest and it will be based on the Tempest spaceship from the new Mass Effect Andromeda game. I did an overview video of the case as well as talked a bit about the mods where you can get a better idea of what I'm going to do in this case. Check it out below: SPECS: Case - Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t CPU - Intel TBC MB - ASUS Rampage V Extreme RAM - 8 x 4GB Crucial Ballistix Elite 3000MHz DDR4 GPU - NVIDIA TBC SSD - 2 x 275GB Crucial MX300 HDD - Seagate TBC PSU - Cooler Master V1000 Custom cables & lighting - CableMod Water Cooling - Bitspower I'll start it off with some photos of the gorgeous case: Thanks for checking it out and stay tuned for more Cheers, Alex.
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GOOGLE which has seen a slew of companies withdraw ads after they appeared alongside extremist content, said Tuesday it was introducing new tools to give firms greater control. "We know advertisers don't want their ads next to content that doesn't align with their values," Google's chief business officer Philipp Schindler said in a post on the internet giant's blog. "So starting today, we're taking a tougher stance on hateful, offensive and derogatory content." The move came a day after an apology by a senior Google executive after the British government and a handful of top firms including Marks and Spencer and HSBC bank pulled their adverts after they appeared alongside extremist content on its internet platforms. Schindler said Google will tighten safeguards to ensure that ads show up only against legitimate creators on its video-sharing site YouTube, and "is taking a hard look at our existing community guidelines to determine what content is allowed on the platform".
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Man who castigated the monarchy in 1977 single God Save the Queen says he will miss the Queen ‘as a human being’, and that he loves royal pageantry God Save the Queen – he means it, man. John Lydon has said will “sorely missBritain’s monarch when she dies. The Sex Pistols/Public Image Ltd singer was appearing on the Quietus video hour when conversation turned to the topic of the plans for the death of Queen Elizabeth II . Host John Doran, a Guardian music contributor , asked Lydon if he was worried about how the Sex PistolsGod Save the Queen might be used. After saying the song was “about a political situation and the demand for obedience to a monarchy I dont believe in”, Lydon moved on to the question of the Queen as a person, and said: “I would sorely miss her as a human being on planet Earth.” Continue reading...
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Dream is getting quite a bit of attention on social media lately with her mother Blac Chyna, 28, posting adorable videos of the little girl.
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The moment that a car drove into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, close to Britain's parliament, on March 22 has been captured on video. A speeding car can be seen entering the bridge on the right-hand side of the screen, it then continues along the pavement running over those in its path, as some pedestrians jump into the river Thames below. Not pictured in the footage is the aftermath in which the car crashed into railings just outside parliament. Five people were killed and around 40 injured in the worst attack of its kind in England's capital since 2005, when four British Islamists killed 52 commuters in suicide bombings on the city's transport system.
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Four people died and about 40 were injured when an attacker rammed a car into crowds of people before stabbing a police officer in the grounds of the UK Parliament in London.
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