>The charge against Collins stems from the investigation into the leaks of photographs of numerous female celebrities in September 2014 known as “Celebgate.” However, investigators have not uncovered any evidence linking Collins to the actual leaks or that Collins shared or uploaded the information he obtained.
>Many of Collins’ victims were members of the entertainment industry in Los... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>“By illegally accessing intimate details of his victims' personal lives, Mr. Collins violated their privacy Their privacy was violated the moment they uploaded their pictures onto devices they didn't own.
Frank Sinatra Jr., who carried on his famous father's legacy with his own music career and whose kidnapping as a young man added a bizarre chapter to his father's legendary life, died Wednesday. He was 72.
The younger Sinatra died unexpectedly of cardiac arrest while on tour in Daytona Beach, Florida, the Sinatra family said in a statement to The Associated Press.
It's becoming increasingly obvious to myself that voter turnout will play a massive role in November. Firstly there's California, who has their GOP Primary on June 7th. Trump and Cruz are tied. Looking back at 2002, one of the reasons Arnold Schwarzenegger (CA Governor 2002-10) won both the primary and general was because of higher than average voter turnout.
>>29474 California Republicans will go for Cruz before they go for Trump. They're not like the Floridians. Which is not to say the state GOP assembly isn't a bunch of cockweasels in their own right, but they'll go for Cruz before Trump.
>Former Subway sandwich chain pitchman Jared Fogle, who is serving a sentence for child pornography and sex offenses, was beaten in a Colorado federal prison in late January by another inmate, according to TMZ.
>He pleaded guilty on Nov. 19 to charges of child pornography and traveling for illicit paid sex with minors.
>TMZ reported that Fogle suffered a bloody nose, swollen face and scratches on his neck after... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>29329 >In the same question-and-answer session here, Boehner referred to Ted Cruz as "lucifer." He previously called the Texas senator, who led the failed Republican effort to shut down the government over Obamacare, a “jackass.” More like Ted Cruz BTFO if you ask me. The fact that Boehner won't support either a sitting senator or the frontrunner from his own party is unprecedented in modern times.
So I take it you're a Trump fan against the idea of a contested... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>29342 Well, first of all, I thought Boenher stepped down? Why does he have any say at all?! Also, nothing is unprecedented - just rare, maybe. I'm also not a Trump-fan, I just don't like the idea of them popping anybody in who wasn't elected. I don't even know why they're talking about brokered convention candidates this early - Trump is still only half way from winning the delegate contest, anyway.
>>29346 >nothing is unprecedented No really, this level of chicanery hasn't ever happened because party conventions aren't that old. They only go back to the turn of the last century. >I don't even know why they're talking about brokered convention candidates this early - It wouldn't be a true brokered convention, but an open one.
It's mathematically impossible for John Kasich to get the nomination without one. So why does... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
And there's nothing the GOP can do to stop it, unless of course they just plumb kick him out of the primary election on the grounds of HE'S INSANE and just put Cruz or Kasich in, and viola - the big loud problem is solved. Don't worry about the General - loud mouth is no Theodore Roosevelt.
>>29141 he's going to win. and he's going to make america great again. he's a great person. and he's smarter than all the other candidates put together. also, he's actually done something with his fucking life.
>The United States Department of Justice (DoJ) has slid a disturbing footnote in its court filing against Apple that could be interpreted as a threat to seize the iOS source code unless Apple complies with a court order in the FBI case.
>The DoJ is demanding that Apple create a special version of iOS with removed security features that would permit the FBI to run brute-force passcode attempts on the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5c.
>Meanwhile, President Barack Obama has made... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>get phone from Arabic serial killers >killers destroyed all other electronics because of good opsec >leave cheap 5c >because it has nothing on it >law enforcement/fbi change password for some fucking reason >rather than doing an iCloud backup you can capture or social engineer password using now dead suspects appleid >flip the fuck out because they are incompetent... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Seriously, if Apple loses this then no tech company will stick around and every modern device made in the US should be considered potentially hardware back doored as the precedent would allow the government to then push out signed firmware updates for any of the various hardware in your devices such as the Intel Management Engine on post 2008 Intel processor, AMD's Platform Security Processor on post 2013 processors, ARM's Trustzone on any Cortex A series SOC (anything with better specs than a second gen iPhone and any single board computer still made or made recently... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
One morning in 2007, Leah DuBuc, a twenty-two-year-old college student in Kalamazoo, began writing an essay for English class that she hoped would save her life. She knew that people like her had been beaten, bombed, shot at, killed. The essay aired details about her past that she’d long tried to suppress; by posting it on her class’s server, where anyone who Googled her name could find it, she thought she might be able to quiet the whispers, the threats, and possibly make it easier to find a job. Her story, she warned, “is not a nice one, but hopefully it will have a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>28993 >Megan's Law >Jessica's law I knew it was going to end up being about that before I even clicked. Agreed that these horrible kneejerk laws need to be revamped. Good but sad in depth journalism there, /news/team, although slightly slanted to the left. Not gonna criticize.
Wow. I looked at this thread because it had a picture of a character from one of my favorite anime, and ended up reading something really long and heavy. Thanks for sharing. This isn't something I had thought about often, but I'll remember this.
>>29310 >pamelageller This isn't exactly a trusted news source. The woman has a clear agenda and that's her blog. If you read the story on Vocativ.com that both she and The Washington Times are sourcing, these cards actually came out last november and the only thing that happened is that some ISIS themed twitter account retweeted the ones that were cops. Pam Geller is the type that would call the FBI over some 12 year old trolling her with Quran quotes. Anyway, here's the source,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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