In the post about instagram filters, it created an article that interviews 3 instagram influencers it made up, then explains what types of things each of them likes to post, and then goes on to give their favorite filters, which are made up, but sound like they could be real.
It also makes up a fake band name and a fake hit song for one of the "influencers." Then it goes on to mention marketing agencies with agency names that would be great like "The Monarch" and record company names like "Big Loud Music."
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The city council of Riviera Beach, Florida, 50 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, voted on Monday to meet the demands of its hackers in hope of getting back the city's compromised data, CBS News reported.
According to The Palm Beach Post, the attack began on May 29, when an employee from the police department opened an email attachment that contained malware.
The software quickly spread through the city's computer systems, affecting its email system and even the 911 dispatch operations...
Lunden Alexis Roberts, 28, filed the suit in an Arkansas court on May 28, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Roberts is petitioning to compel Hunter Biden, 49, to claim the child as its father and provide healthcare and other financial support. Last month, the former vice president's son married his second wife, South African native Melissa Cohen, 32... The Arkansas petition says Roberts conceived while she was in a relationship with Hunter Biden. The child, identified in the court papers as "Baby Doe," was born in August 2018. The document did not reveal how the couple met, how long they dated, or any other details about the fling.
The S&P 500 reached an all-time high, rising as much as 1% to 2,956.20 as the tech and energy sectors outperformed. As of 1:26 p.m. ET, the broad index was up 0.6%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 167 points higher. The Nasdaq Composite gained 0.3%.
The Senate voted on Thursday to block billions of dollars of armaments to Saudi Arabia in what the New York Times described as a "sharp and bipartisan rebuke of the Trump administration's attempt to circumvent Congress" by declaring an emergency over Iran. The vote marks the sharpest division between the White House and lawmakers to date - and is the second time in recent months that the administration has faced bipartisan pushback against foreign policy. In April, both the House and Senate voted to cut off military assistance to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen under the 1973 War Powers Act, only for Trump to veto the measure (the second of his presidency). And once again, Trump will use his veto power to override Congress...
In a 7-2 ruling on Thursday, the Supreme Court decided that a 40-foot World War I memorial cross that has stood on public land in Maryland for 94 years does not violate the First Amendment. Writing the majority opinion, Justice Samuel Alito said the memorial, also known as the “Peace Cross,” has become a prominent community landmark and should be upheld.
However, Iran and the US sharply differ over whether Iran had any right to take action, based on a technical argument over whose airspace the aircraft was in... The Guard's website, Sepah News, said it shot down a "spy" drone when it flew over the southern Hormozgan province, located by the Gulf, Reuters reported... IRNA, Iran's state news agency, also said the Guard struck the RQ-4A Global Hawk drone when it entered Iranian airspace, according to the Associated Press (AP)...
Gen. Hossein Salami, the commander of Revolutionary Guard, said in a televised speech that Iran does "not have any intention for war with any country, but we are ready for war," according to the AP...
The US has, however, denied flying any aircraft over Iranian airspace. It said instead that a US Navy drone — a [MQ 4C Triton drone] — was shot down in international airspace in the nearby Strait of Hormuz...
The investigation, dubbed Project Greenwell, began in October, 2012 after Toronto police received numerous tips alerting them to the existence of a child pornography website that could be traced back to the Toronto-based web hosting company YesUp Media... A total of 32 servers that were filled with approximately 1,000 terabytes of data were ultimately seized and a larger, multi-jurisdictional investigation was commenced. At a news conference on Thursday, OPP Det. Insp. David MacDonald said that investigators have since determined that a massive child pornography website with 60,000 registered users in at least 116 different countries was hosted at the location. That website, he said, was subsequently traced back to a man in Vietnam who remains outstanding.
In other words, Stone “could be headed to jail” ahead of his scheduled November trial... “On June 18, 2019, Stone posted a screenshot of an article about one of his recent filings in this case. The screenshot read: ‘US Govt’s Entire Russia-DNC Hacking Narrative Based on Redacted Draft of CrowdStrike Report,’” the filing states. “He tagged the post, ‘But where is the @NYTimes? @washingtonpost? @WSJ? @CNN?’ Later that day, Stone posted a screenshot of another piece about his filing with the title, ‘FBI Never Saw CrowdStrike Unredacted Final Report on Alleged Russian Hacking Because None was Produced.’”
Stone also posted other things: “As the Russia Hoax is being unwound, we are learning some deeply disturbing lessons about the level of corruption at the top levels of the agencies charged with protecting us from external threats. One Jaw-dropping example has just been exposed by the legal team defending Roger Stone.” The article was tagged, “Funny, No @nytimes or @washingtonpost coverage of this development.”...
Prosecutors have requested a hearing on whether Stone violated his bail terms, arguing that he was explicitly banned from using rhetoric of this nature because it could influence potential jurors in Stone’s case.
The system runs on cameras that watch as items move across the register. If an unusual activity occurs, such as an item moving into a bag without being scanned, a checkout attendant will be notified to take action. Missed Scan Detection was designed to help reduce theft and other losses, a problem that has cost US retailers up to $47 billion in 2017.
In the two years since the system was deployed, Walmart says it has reduced rates of theft, inventory loss, fraud, and scanning errors. The company, however, did not specify exactly what those rates were, or how much money the tech helped stores save...
The ruling means the administration can implement a rule issued earlier this year that bans abortion providers from participating in the Title X family planning program, removes a requirement that clinics provide abortion counseling, and bars providers from referring women for abortions...
The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Thursday that the administration can implement the changes while it challenges the injunctions.
A Navy SEAL called by prosecutors to testify at the murder trial of a colleague has acknowledged killing a wounded prisoner in Iraq in what he described as an act of mercy. Special Operator 1st Class Corey Scott said Thursday that he asphyxiated the teenage Islamic State fighter after Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher unexpectedly stabbed him. Gallagher is facing court-martial on charges of murder and attempted murder. Scott says the militant had been stabilized and was breathing normally after he and Gallagher treated him for wounds suffered in an airstrike. Scott says the patient would have survived the stabbing, but he decided to plug the youth's air tube because he believed he would eventually be tortured by Iraqi forces.
Susan Simoneaux of Luling died Tuesday in a local hospital after traveling to Punta Cana, a resort town where several Americans have died and dozens more have fallen ill, news station WWL-TV reported... Her cause of death hasn’t been determined, but the newlywed’s symptoms were strikingly similar to those of three tourists who died last month while visiting the beach oasis.
The attack happened in front of Déja Vu nightclub in Allentown at about 1:56 a.m. and all of the victims are expected to survive, authorities said... "This does not appear to be an indiscriminate shooting; it appears that at least one individual was a target," according to a statement by Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin. "This is not the work of one armed suspect, but it appears that there were several shooters, likely three in number."
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of an unnamed Jane Doe born in 1979, outlines her lifetime of alleged suffering in Scientology where she was subjected as a child at the Clearwater headquarters to abuse inherent to auditing, Scientology's spiritual counseling that can more resemble interrogation. It states she joined the church's clergy-like Sea Org in California at 15, where people worked 100 hours a week for $46. She was at times held against her will. When she officially left Scientology in 2017, Doe was followed by private investigators and terrorized by the church as it published “a hate website” falsely stating she was an alcoholic dismissed from the sect for promiscuity, according to the complaint.
The president has signaled that he wants to curb the nation’s dependency on food stamps and wants those coming into the country to be self-sufficient.
The president told Breitbart News in an Oval Office interview that he does not want any immigrants coming into the U.S. to be dependent on welfare programs.
“I don’t want to have anyone coming in that’s on welfare,” Trump told Breitbart News in March...
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