Big Push to Fight Against Tax-Related Identity Theft

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Big Push to Fight Against Tax-Related Identity Theft

Identitiy fraud. Not a day goes by, it seems, without someone reporting identity fraud to their local authorities. The number of incidents is on the rise in all communities across the country, and here in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Department of Revenue, the Internal Revenue Service, state tax administrators and the private-sector tax industry, recently announced the launch of the “Taxes. Security. Together.” campaign, which aims to continue to encourage more people to protect their personal and financial data online and at home. “Not only have we continuously redoubled our anti-fraud efforts, we have in the past welcomed every opportunity to join forces with others to fight the ever-growing issues of identity fraud,” stated Mass DOR. Source: http://patch.com/massachusetts/wrentham/big-push-fight-against-tax-related-identity-theft-0

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Former high school basketball coach faces child abuse, pornography charges

A former volunteer basketball coach at East Lake High was arrested Saturday on charges of child abuse and child pornography, the Pinellas Sheriff’s Office said.

Frederick T. Lowe, 56, of Palm Harbor is accused of abusing a 16-year-old student who was on the basketball team. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said in a news conference Saturday that Lowe is accused of making the boy strip and wear a diaper until he urinated on himself.

Lowe would then take off the diaper, smell it and wipe the boy’s genitals, Gualtieri said.

“This guy, this stuff, is as sick as it gets,” Gualtieri said.

Lowe and the boy met last summer through the basketball team, where he has volunteered as a coach for about two years, Gualtieri said.

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Hampstead residents urged to be vigilant against identity theft

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Hampstead residents urged to be vigilant against identity theft

The Town of Hampstead posted an advisory urging residents to prevent and report instances of identity theft and identity fraud. The advisory comes after town public security officers alerted Montreal police to a case of alleged identity theft. On Oct. 28, the officers saw an 18-year-old man who was loitering intentionally drop what turned out to be a false permit with a Hampstead address. Councillor Harvey Shafer said the 18-year-old man allegedly belonged to a street gang specializing in credit card theft and fraud. “These individuals steal credit cards, order merchandise online and give a fictitious address to pick up the orders,” Shaffer recently read in the November public security report. The councillor also pointed out at the time that incidents of fraud, thefts and personification are numerous in the town. The RCMP advisory posted by Hampstead says that if individuals believe or know they are a victim of identity theft or fraud, or may have unintentionally provided personal or financial information: • “Contact your local police force and file a report.” • “Contact your bank/financial institution and credit card company.” • “Contact the two national credit bureaus and place a fraud alert on your credit reports. Equifax Canada (Toll […]

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Men who used fake identities wanted by police

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Men who used fake identities wanted by police

POLICE have stepped up the hunt for two men who were using fake identity cards around Europe and wiring money to relatives of the Paris attacks ringleader. It was discovered the men, who disguised themselves as Samir Bouzid and Soufiane Kayal, sent more than AUD$1000 to Hasna Aitbouchlachen, the cousin of ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the day before she was blown up in a police raid in Paris last month. The real identity of the men using the fake IDs is not yet known. The ID of Kayal was used to rent a house in Aurvelias, a town in southern Belgium, which was used as a hide-out to plan to Paris attacks, police said. Bouzid’s ID was used to wire the money. Belgian prosecutors have warned people about the suspects. “These men are armed and dangerous,” they said. “Anyone who sees those men is asked not to undertake any initiative and to contact immediately the police.” Salad Abdeslam is also wanted by authorities and it is believed the men disguised as Bouzid and Kayal helped him travel to Hungary in September. Abdeslam’s brother blew himself up outside the cafe Comptoir Voltaire but his own involvement in the Paris attacks is still […]

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Six people charged in mortgage scheme

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Six people charged in mortgage scheme

Six people are charged with mortgage fraud and bank fraud in an identity theft scheme. A federal grand jury indicted an attorney, real estate agent, mortgage originator and loan officer on 22 counts for allegedly obtaining money for which they were not entitled. The indictment accuses the suspects of participating in a scheme which caused prospective homebuyers to obtain mortgages from financial institutions based on false loan applications and documentation. The suspects allegedly received thousands of dollars by misrepresenting information on HUD forms and, at times, used stolen identities to help conceal their connections to the transactions. Those charged included attorney Louis Marandola, 41 of Providence, loan originator Brian R. McCaffrey, 38 of East Greenwich, former loan officer Raffaele M. Marziale, 41 of Bristol, loan processor Lauren Sienko, 33 or Rehoboth, real estate agent Gina M. Ronci Mohamed, 45 of Lincoln, and real estate investor Edwin Rodriguez, 35 of Pawtucket. All of the accused were arraigned this week and released on bonds. The investigating agencies include the Rhode Island U.S. Attorney, Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General, U.S. Secret Service, and the Rhode Island State Police. Source: http://turnto10.com/news/local/six-people-charged-in-mortgage-scheme

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Police union leader pleads not guilty to child abuse

The president of Albuquerque’s police union pleaded not guilty to child abuse and intimidation of a witness charges during her first appearance in court Saturday morning.

Stephanie Lopez, who has been released from jail after posting a $5,000 cash-only bond, entered the plea in an appearance in Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court.

She was arrested Thursday evening on two felony charges after she allegedly struck her 14-year-old daughter multiple times in the face, pulled her hair and threw her to the ground during an argument earlier in the week, according to a criminal complaint filed by a Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office detective.

She allegedly warned the girl not to say anything when she dropped her off at school on Wednesday morning, the day after the incident, according to the complaint.

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Website/IP irantalent.com may be hackable#h4h, #hackerproof

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Pakistani hacker Haxor Hees hacks Ranganathaswamy Temple’s website

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Pakistani hacker Haxor Hees hacks Ranganathaswamy Temple’s website

The official website of the famous temple in Srirangam ‘Ranganathaswamy Temple’ was reportedly hacked by the Pakistan hacker Haxor Hees, reported by The Hindu. According to cyber police, some Pakistan based hackers could have hacked the website that was restored by after eight hours of temporary suspension. Hackers displayed the message ‘Pakistan Zindabad and Indian Kids don’t hack Pak sites otherwise we will destroy your cyber space.” The Devotees on Saturday when tried to access the website of popular Ranganathaswamy Temple at Srirangam were in a fork shock as they found the portal hacked. According to sources, the websitewww.srirangam.org is designed and maintained by a Mumbai based private IT company. The website is used to book the rooms at Yatri Nivas as well as avail services like eHundi, eThiruppani and eAnnadanam. Moreover, it also displays the daily schedule such as puja timing, darshan timings and mode of offerings. Source: http://www.thenewsteller.com/pakistan/social/pakistani-hacker-haxor-hees-hacks-ranganathaswamy-temples-website/29799/

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SECURITY THIS WEEK: THE GOVERNMENT REALLY DOESN’T SEEM TO LIKE ENCRYPTION

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SECURITY THIS WEEK: THE GOVERNMENT REALLY DOESN’T SEEM TO LIKE ENCRYPTION

This week, Andy Greenberg and Gwern Branwen uncovered the probable identity of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto—but then again, he might be a hoaxer. We took a look at malvertising, the hack that can infect your computer even if you don’t click anything. And Anonymous announced it’s launching an online operation against national embarrassment/presidential candidate Donald Trump. TheTor Project got a new executive director, who knows a thing or two about defending digital privacy. And meanwhile, the war against encryption raged on. Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. As always, click on the headlines to read the full story in each link posted. And stay safe out there! Cryptographers, civil libertarians, and privacy advocates have spoken loud and clear about how weakening encryption will make online communications and e-commerce more vulnerable (and make tech companies less competitive economically). But the war against crypto rages on in the wake of terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. President Obama is calling on tech companies to work with law enforcement in the case of “activist terrorist plotting,” and he’s hinting at a push to weaken […]

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Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii hosts annual ‘Brunch with Santa’

Santa was spotted at a brunch Saturday morning, and although he wasn’t the “biggest” draw, he wasn’t the “only draw.”

Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii held its 29th annual Brunch with Santa at Dole Cannery on Saturday.

Santa had a lot of back-up to help make the fun-filled day for the kids possible, including Pikachu, Star Wars Stormtroopers and other notable characters.

Guests paid $35 to get in, but some families from abuse shelters were treated to the fun-filled day for free.

“Well the money raised is for our prevention programs for child abuse and neglect prevention programs for all the keiki in Hawaii,” said Aileen Deese, executive director of Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii.

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