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Child pornography, going to trial over coercion charges admitted by Sex offender

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UTICA, N.Y. — A registered sex offender from Auburn admitted today that he distributed child pornography, but plans to go to trial on charges of trying to coerce what he thought was a 12-year-old boy into sex.

Michael J. Mahannah, 32, pleaded guilty to 18 counts of receiving, possessing and distributing child pornography.

But in an unusual twist, he’s scheduled to go to trial on two more serious charges of trying to coerce someone he thought was a boy into sex.

That trial is scheduled to start May 31 before U.S. District Judge David Hurd.

Mahannah faces a possible mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in prison for the child pornography charges.

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Pennsylvania nuclear plant worker to trial for child pornography police found on work computer

A former western Pennsylvania nuclear plant worker has been ordered to stand trial on charges he downloaded child pornography pictures on his work computer because he was bored.

The Beaver County Times (http://bit.ly/1l8UMkE ) reports 60-year-old Raymond Fischer Jr., of Harmony, will stand trial in May now that he waived a preliminary hearing last week.

FirstEnergy Corp. says the company promptly reported the images when they were found in October 2013, and fired Fischer from the Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station three days later.

The state police Bureau of Criminal Investigation says 51 printed images of children ages 10 to 16 were found in Raymond Fischer Jr.

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Russian dissident faces trial over child abuse images

A Russian dissident is to face trial after denying possessing and making thousands of indecent photographs of children.

Vladimir Bukovsky, 72, who has missed previous hearings owing to ill health, appeared at Cambridge crown court on Monday.

Sitting in a wheelchair and following proceedings through a hearing loop, Bukovsky spoke to confirm his name and plead not guilty to five counts of making indecent images of children, five of possessing indecent images of children and one of possessing a prohibited image of a child.

The offences are alleged to have happened on or before 28 October last year and involved more than 20,000 still and video images.

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PSA: Apple Music’s trial period ends for lots of users soon, cancel the auto-renewal while you still can

Since June 30, Apple Music has been openly available for just anyone with a compatible iOS device to give it a spin thanks to the three-month trial for free. It was the perfect way for the average user to give the service a thorough try and see if it suits their need better than the numerous other music-streaming solutions.

In case you’ve jumped on the Apple Music free trial train immediately or shortly after it became available, be warned that said free trial will expire soon. The earliest adopters will have their trial period ended on October 1. Of course, if you don’t …

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AT&T dampens the enthusiam over Verizon’s 2016 5G field trial

Last week, Verizon got everyone buzzing about 5G. Not only did the nation’s largest carrier say that field trials for the next generation wireless service would start next year, but chief information and technology architect Roger Gurnani said that “some level of commercial deployment” would begin by 2017. But by telling consumers not to get too carried away, AT&T is playing its usual part as the buzzkill.

Most in the industry don’t see 5G launching until 2020 at the earliest. So AT&T Mobility CEO Glen Lurie, talking at the CTIA trade show last week, made it clear that it’s main …

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Rebekah Brooks retakes the reins at UK newspapers four years after phone-hacking trial

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When Rebekah Brooks returns to run Rupert Murdoch’s British newspapers today she will face the toughest challenge of her career – rebuilding her reputation and the company in the harsh glare of the public spotlight. Ms Brooks, the media mogul’s protege who was cleared last year of being part of a criminal phone hacking campaign to dig up news stories, will resume oversight of Britain’s The Sun and The Times papers as News UK chief executive. On her return, she will face a new fight to stem falling circulation at The Sun, the move of advertisers online and the simmering resentment from some staff who feel Mr Murdoch sought to protect Ms Brooks above all others when faced with the crisis engulfing his company. Renowned for her networking abilities, the 47-year-old will also have to find a way to rebuild ties with those who run the country after her 2011 fall from grace led to her vilification. Her return today marks a comeback for someone who worked her way up from the lowest rung on the newsroom ladder to become one of the most powerful women in Britain. That all seemed set to end in 2011 when the defunct News […]

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Phone hacking was ‘systematic’ at News of the World, trial told

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Andy Coulson, the former editor of the News of the World, knew about phone hacking because the illegal practice was “systematic” at the newspaper, a court has been told. James Weatherup, 59, the ex-news editor of the now defunct tabloid, said intercepting voicemails was part of “day to day” life and was discussed at daily editorial conferences. He told the High Court in Edinburgh that he used to make a telephone gesture with his hand to indicate to Mr Coulson that a story had been obtained by hacking. He added that the former editor always needed to know where a story came from, and would ask his staff in meetings. Mr Coulson, 47, David Cameron’s former director of communications, denies lying under oath while giving evidence at the perjury trial of the former socialist MSP Tommy Sheridan in 2010. Mr Weatherup said that on one occasion a colleague told the editor a story had been obtained illegally. He said: “There was one time when Andy asked where a story had come from. “Another executive piped up, ‘It’s the dark arts boss’. He actually said not to use that language anymore.” The journalist said he joined the News of the World […]

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SCDF ex-director claims trial over ‘pocketing’ of 2 iPads

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads The director of technology at the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), who has been accused of misappropriating two Apple iPad tablets, apparently wanted to buy the products, a district court heard yesterday. Jeganathan Ramasamy, 63, who was director of the technology department from 2007 to 2012, claimed trial to two charges of criminal breach of trust involving two iPad 2s, worth a total of $1,877 in September 2011. The court heard yesterday from Wong Soon Nam, 51, vice-president, communications engineering of NCS. He told Jeganathan in a text message that the two iPad 2s were to test the new mobile apps that the information technology firm was rolling out for SCDF. The messages included the sentences “for you to trial” and “so this is tool to facilitate testing”. Deputy Public Prosecutor Hon Yi said in his opening statement that the iPads were provided to SCDF by NCS for the agency to test mobile applications that NCS was to develop and launch for SCDF. Despite knowing the iPad 2s were for SCDF use, Jeganathan sold one and gave the other to his daughter, now 28, the court heard. One of them was sold to his colleague Eric […]

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Accused Digicel hacker for trial next year

Accused Digicel hacker for trial next year

The trial of the computer programmer accused of stealing $30 million in call credit from telecoms giant Digicel is now scheduled for February 16, 2015 in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court. Phillpot Martin is to be tried on three […]

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Ex-NotW deputy and features editors to stand trial on phone-hacking charges

Neil Wallis and Jules Stenson, the former deputy editor and features editor of the News of the World, are due to stand trial at the Old Bailey next year over an alleged conspiracy to hack phones. Sitting at the Old […]

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