Author of California police transparency law says it was meant to open up past records

Weighing in on a statewide legal battle over law enforcement records, the author of California’s landmark police transparency law formally notified the state Senate on Thursday that her bill was intended to open up records from the past as well as those going forward.

The move comes amid a flurry…

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Cisco Router Vulnerability Gives Window into Researchers’ World

The research around a recent vulnerability shows how researchers follow leads and find unexpected results.

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What would your family or friends say about jut you on a true crime special?

My mother and I are both true crime buffs and havr watched hundreds of shows. Because of this, we’ve discussed

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Facebook Boots Hundreds of Iran-Linked Accounts For Spreading Misinformation

Facebook is continuing to crack down on misinformation, political meddling, and “coordinated inauthentic behavior” on its platform.

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Another one bites the dust.

I have seen so many freaking episodes of that show where the perpetrator gets caught because they did not throw

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TheMoon Rises Again, With a Botnet-as-a-Service Threat

A new module allows it to be rented to other malicious actors — and it’s likely other new capabilities are coming down the pike.

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Minnesota Department of Human Services Reports Data Breach

The Minnesota Department of Human Services says a data breach potentially exposed personal information on up to 3,000 people.

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‘This was a racial and homophobic hate crime’: Jussie Smollett’s family speaks out after alleged assault – The Washington Post

  1. ‘This was a racial and homophobic hate crime’: Jussie Smollett’s family speaks out after alleged assault  The Washington Post
  2. Jussie Smollett’s family condemns “racial and homophobic hate crime”  CBS News
  3. Family of Jussie Smollett defend calling attack a hate crime | TheHill  The Hill
  4. The Latest: Family says attack on actor was hate crime  The Associated Press
  5. Jussie Smollett’s Family Breaks Silence After ‘Cowardly’ Apparent Hate Crime Against Empire Star  PEOPLE.com
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Facebook Takes Down Vast Iran-led Manipulation Campaign

Facebook said Thursday it took down hundreds of “inauthentic” accounts from Iran that were part of a vast manipulation campaign operating in more than 20 countries.

The world’s biggest social network said it removed 783 pages, groups and accounts “for engaging in coordinated inauthentic behavior tied to Iran.”

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At the Daily Caller: Media makes a tradition of botching Auschwitz’s liberation anniversary

One of the more horrendous crimes over the last century was the holocaust where Germany exterminated 12 million people, 6 million of whom were Jews. Dr. John Lott has a piece on the history of Auschwitz.

Despite all of the commemorations on Sunday, Auschwitz’s final liberation didn’t occur on Jan. 27, 1945.

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