Justice Charges Hackers From Lizard Squad, PoodleCorp

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Two teenagers face charges from the U.S. Justice Department for allegedly being members of well-known hacking groups Lizard Squad and PoodleCorp. On Thursday (Oct. 6), Krebs on Security reported that the pair have been charged with credit card theft and The…

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No justice in the land of the free

Anger, despair, and outright disgust are just a few of the emotions that describe the sentiment regarding the recent police killings in Tulsa and Charlotte.  Every other week the nation has to face the senseless murders of our African-American men and women for minor infractions.  Each incident contains video evidence…

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Cyber Justice Against Foreign Hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A number of high-profile cases involving international cyber attacks on the U.S. have been unsealed for the public. The incidents, released by the Department of Justice, involve everything from hacking U.S. banks to online hoaxes regarding a terrorist attack, and hacking…

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Justice Scalia’s Comments in Affirmative Action Case Draw Fire

Comments by Justice Antonin Scalia on race in the U.S. Supreme Court this week drew growing criticism and sparked a closer look at the theories he referenced. View full post on The School Law Blog – Education Week #pso #htcs #b4inc Read More The post Justice Scalia’s Comments in Affirmative…

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Opaque military justice system shields child sex abuse cases

Child sex offenders make up the largest category of inmates in U.S. military prisons, yet a full accounting of their crimes and how much time they’re actually locked up is shielded by an opaque system of justice, an Associated Press investigation has found. Of the 1,233 inmates confined in the…

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Georgia’s execution: justice or state sanctioned murder?

The recent execution of Georgia inmate Kelly Gissendaner has triggered the old debate of the death penalty in the United States. Gissendaner was convicted of orchestrating the murder of her husband in 1997. Even though she did not physically murder her husband, she was sentenced to death, making her the…

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Jehovah’s Witnesses child abuse victims ‘may never see justice’

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The UK Government has been asked to introduce mandatory reporting to police whenever an allegation of child sex abuse is made within the faith group. Currently, the organisation’s “two-witness rule” means it deals with allegations of abuse internally and only investigates…

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