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Lemme know when they hack alt.com

On second thought, it wouldn't matter if they hacked alt.com, collarme, okcupid, fetlife, match.com, and all the other sites I must have signed up once upon a time. Not once have I ever used my real name. Always an internet handle, and always one of the 30+ disposable web based emails.
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Caught with their pants down: "Hacked Adult FriendFinder database reveals extramarital affairs of millions"

Casual adult dating website FriendFinder has been hacked with details of millions of users leaked online, according to a report from British broadcaster Channel 4 News.  The website, which lists over 63 million global users, is one of the largest dating and casual hook-up platforms online – Tinder trails the service with an estimated 50 million users worldwide...

The breached data includes information on the users’ sexual preferences, email addresses, sexual orientation, dates of birth, addresses, usernames, and whether the member is seeking extramarital relationships – all of which paints an extremely clear picture of the victim and is potentially highly sensitive and embarrassing.


And ... certain perceptions of dating sites are confirmed:

[A]lmost no women [were] found to be using the so-called “thriving sex community.” “Among the 26,939 users with a UK email address,” technology producer Geoff White explains that there were, “just 1,596 who identified as female: a ratio of one woman to every 16 men.”



More information:

"Leaked database of Adult Friend Finder still online"
http://www.cio.com/article/2925874/leaked-database-of-adult-friend-finder-still-online.html

Adult Friend Finder, one of the largest online dating sites, may have been breached more than two months ago, and the sensitive files—include names, ages, email addresses, zip codes and more—are apparently still online....

Bev Robb, who does malware and dark Web research, came across the Adult Friend Finder files in March. She said she held off on publicizing the information for a few weeks before contacting two security experts.


Possibly an extortion / non-payment issue:

"Hacked! How safe is your data on Adult Sites?"  
https://teksecurityblog.com/blog/2015/04/13/hacked-how-safe-is-your-data-on-adult-social-sites/

During a fit of rage, a pissed off hacker (going by the handle ROR[RG]) posted 15 downloadable spreadsheets (in zipped file format with credit card data stripped) to a week-old Darknet forum stating that he had rooted the adult site database. Why? Because they owed his guy approximately $248,000 USD. He bragged that the company and law enforcement could not touch him because he was based in Thailand. His ransom demand was set at $100,000 (50G to begin and 50G to end).


Via HN: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9587566

http://thestack.com/hacked-adult-friend-finder-database-extramarital-affairs-millions-220515


Adult FriendFinder hacked over two months ago and highly sensitive member data leaked online
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+Satyr Icon Well, there is that DNA-based facial reconstruction.

Might require more than just a picture though.

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I like Johnny Depp as an actor, but he is not above the law. He brought in animals into the country without going through quarantine.

We don't have some diseases, and we sont want to spread the ones we do.

Actors, singers etc are not above the law
US comedian John Oliver has taken down Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce in a hilarious segment on his late-night TV show, Last Week Tonight. Oliver starts the clip by recapping how Johnny Depp brought his dogs into Australia without declaring them, only to be told by Mr Joyce that they would have to be returned home. "I've got to say that's pretty ballsy. Elected officials very rarely risk openly telling puppies to go f--- themselves," Oliver s...
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The latest whistleblower is David Steele, a 20-year Marine Corps intelligence officer, and the second-highest-ranking civilian in the U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence. He is a former CIA clandestine services case officer, and this is what he had to say:

“Most terrorists are false flag terrorists, or are created by our own security services. In the United States, every single terrorist incident we have had has been a false flag, or has been an informant pushed on by the FBI. In fact, we now have citizens taking out restraining orders against FBI informants that are trying to incite terrorism. We’ve become a lunatic asylum.”

#dunkpunked #murica #false #flag #supression #paranoia #usa #cia #fbi 
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The there you got mate...https://youtu.be/GrFnFflv1Lg?t=942 

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Why did the idjit even carry such a large amount of cash on him? Bank it and withdraw it at the other end.

With that amount of cash he was literally asking to be robbed. If not by the legislated highway robbers, by other more ruthless muggers.
 
Sorry USA, but your legal system truly sucks

"What this is, is having your money stolen by a federal agent acting under the color of law,” Pancer told the Journal. “It’s a national epidemic. If my office got four to five cases just recently, and I’m just one attorney, you know this is happening thousands of times.”
After scraping together enough money to produce a music video in Hollywood, 22-year-old Joseph Rivers set out last month on a train trip from Michigan to Los Angeles, hoping it was the start of someth
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Ah, but to get back to the original topic: In border regions German police may check your car, because some people do carry cash abroad to hide the money there. But other than that police has not to care for your money. Without warrant or very very good reason they are not supposed to search your car.

In Taiwan police don't search your car or you and don't care how much money you carry, unless there is a special raid. But even at roadblocks they usually only check for people. No government-sponsored thieves here.

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I used to argue that there isn't really that much diff between a religious person and an atheist.

They believe in one god, and I believe in none. One divided by 4,000 is not much different to zero. Yes I used that figure (4000).

h/t +Jamez Frondeskias 
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I knew.

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Wake up Abbott! The sun is up and shining!
 
"the federal government's solar investment tax credit (ITC), passed in 2008, is set to expire next year. It offered a 30% tax credit for residential and business installations for solar energy. When it expires in 2016, the tax credit will drop to a more permanent 10%."
The MIT Energy Initiative wants changes in U.S. government policies to better support a much-needed "massive deployment" of solar in the decades ahead.
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Well pornhub is but only one of the video sites. Nevertheless here's the real stats: http://www.pornhub.com/insights/what-women-want
 
Interesting.

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Thank god I’m not the only one. Pornhub and Buzzfeed have collaborated on a study of porn preferences, and it turns out, women are watching a lot of it, and exactly what we’re watching is pretty interesting. The most popular porn for women is lesbian porn. This doesn’t surprise me— as someone who
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Hedonism towns

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A Great Use of Technology
h/t +Bill Davidsen 
Using technology to save lives, that is something I really love to see.

#technology   #nepalearthquake   #nepalquake   #nepal   #goodbusiness   #treadlightly  
A couple years ago, NASA and DHS unveiled a portable radar unit based on technology used to monitor spacecraft. This radar unit, though, would be used closer to home—to find people burried under rubble. In the first real-world demonstration of its use, the device helped save 4 men trapped under earthquake rubble in Nepal.
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Snopes digs deep this time to find that this story is ~ 2,500 years old.

http://www.snopes.com/crime/clever/nowplant.asp
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Impressive lathe fu!

Though I would nowadays reach for 3D printing if I had the time and money.
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According to this site the Aus PM is the second highest paid leader in the world.

I thought they were paying the Turkish PM US$3M?
Pay check: How much do these world leaders earn?
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