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7 Fall 2016 TV Shows You Really Shouldn’t Miss

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Federal Judge Orders Desegregation of Secondary Schools in Miss. District

In a 50-year-old case, the judge ordered the Cleveland, Miss., district to consolidate its two high schools and two middle schools to achieve desegregation.

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Why Headlines About DPRK Agricultural Production Miss the Point

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Last week, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) released an updated estimate of DPRK agricultural production for the 2015-2016 farming year,[1] indicating a modest decline in food production compared with recent years that was largely attributed to the early season drought in 2015. As a result, food resources were once again […] Why Headlines About DPRK Agricultural Production Miss the Point is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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Hacking Miss Daisy

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My pal Dave has a beautiful home with a large pool behind it. The pool has an artificial waterfall that he can turn on and off via his iPhone. He can also monitor the pool’s temperature and several other features. Dave and his wife each drive a recent-vintage BMW, and both cars have 50-100 microprocessors in the main computer controlling fuel flow, tire pressure, steering, braking and dozens of other functions. The pool, the cars and a whole lot of other devices in their home are the beginning of what’s called the Internet of Things. These are the billions of devices linked wirelessly to the Internet and capable of communicating with each other. At some point, the Internet of Things will control essentially every device you own, from your toaster to your car. And there’s the rub. Forget about machines taking over the world. The cynics among us have no problem imagining a future that’s more like a really annoying Rube Goldberg world where you have to get permission from your television and refrigerator before using the bathroom. But you can’t hear what the refrigerator is telling you because it’s drowned out by the noise of the rotors of the […]

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Don’t miss the Lumia 535 Smart Buyback and MobiKwik cash back offers if you’re in India

Earlier this month, Microsoft launched a ‘Lumia 535 Smart Buyback Offer’ in India in which you could exchange your old phone in a working condition, and buy a new Lumia 535 for ₹5,999 (US$ 90), inclusive of all taxes.

This offer is available on purchase of Lumia 535 at all the authorized re-sellers of Lumia devices across India till stock lasts.

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Hacker arrested for Hacking into Miss USA 2013’s Computer

Abraham a California college student hve been arrested by law enforcement for hacking into 100s of girls computer and forcing them to come naked at webcam , the hacker also hacked into miss Teen USA 2013 and stolen her nude photos from her computer. hacker have been sentenced 18 months jail in federal prison. the news came in high light when young beauty queen Cassidy wolf (Miss teen USA2013) step forward and said Jared James Abrahams who was her ex class mate force her to come at webcam otherwise he will leak her photos.
Abrahams, 20, pleaded guilty for hacking into Cassidy Wolf’s computer user a
Eisner said Abrahams’ parents also spoke at the hearing, asking the judge to take into account their son’s age and struggles with Asperger’s syndrome.
“Certain people are motivated by different things, and Jare”RAT”

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Sextortion Photos Of Miss Teen USA Indicate Troubling Trend, Cyber Experts Say

  Sextortion photos of the Miss Teen USA winner point to what cybercrime experts say is a disturbing trend — even people who are careful to protect themselves and don’t keep incriminating photos or information are now at risk. FBI agents that uncovered the scheme against Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf said that the hacker
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Playboy’s Playmate Miss February 2013 Shawn Dillon | Behind the Scenes


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7 Dating Tips from Little Miss

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Miss. Supreme Court rules Barbour pardons valid

By Holbrook Mohr Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. — The Mississippi Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the pardons issued by former Gov. Haley Barbour during his final days in office, including those of four convicted killers who had worked at the Governor's Mansion.

Barbour, a Republican who once considered running for president, pardoned 198 people before finishing his second term Jan. 10. Of those pardoned, 10 were incarcerated at the time, including the four convicted killers and a robber who worked at the Governor's Mansion.

The five former Governor's Mansion trusties had already been released by the time Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood persuaded a lower court judge to issue a restraining order that kept the five other inmates in prison.

Mississippi Department of Corrections spokeswoman Tara Booth said those inmates will be released 48 hours after law enforcement and prosecutors are notified in the county where they were convicted.

"Once all the required notifications have been completed, the inmates will be released," she said.

Hood had challenged the pardons based on the argument that many of them didn't follow a requirement in the state Constitution to publish notices in newspapers.

In their 6-3 opinion, the Mississippi Supreme Court wrote "we are compelled to hold that _ in each of the cases before us _ it fell to the governor alone to decide whether the Constitution's publication requirement was met." The court also said it couldn't overturn the pardons because of the Constitution's separation of powers of the different branches of government.

Hood's temporary restraining order had required the trusties to check in with corrections officials every 24 hours and show up for court hearings. One of the trusties, however, Joseph Ozement moved to Laramie, Wyo., and refused to come back.

Ozement's attorney, Robert Moxley, said Thursday his client felt like "he wasn't really free until today."

"I asked him if he could do a cartwheel and he said he's too old. But he sure is pleased that it is all over. He has a very humanistic outlook on it. He said it was hard on the victims' families, it was hard on the offenders' families, but he hopes everyone can just go on with their lives," Moxley said.

Randy Walker was shot in the head in 1993 by one of the trusties who Barbour pardoned. That former inmate, David Gatlin, also fatally shot his own estranged wife as she held the couple's baby. Walker and the woman were friends.

Walker said the court's decision had been weighing heavily on his mind and now he's just trying to understand what happened.

"I just really haven't absorbed it yet," Walker said.

Hood had said the Governor's Mansion trusties and about 165 others didn't meet the requirements of the Mississippi Constitution, which says people seeking pardons must publish notices for 30 days in a newspaper.

Hood contended that if ads weren't run in daily papers every day for 30 days, or weekly newspapers once a week for five weeks, the pardons weren't valid.

Hood did not immediately respond to messages left Thursday with his spokeswoman.

In the end, the Supreme Court said it was up to the governor to decide if the pardoned inmates did what they were supposed to do. In addition to the pardons issued in his final days in office, Barbour also granted medical release and conditional clemency to some inmates, but they weren't required to give public notice of their release. Copyright 2012 Associated Press

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