Stalker In The Attic: The Cyberbully Who Spies On 12-year-old Girls In Their Home

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The jealous spat among three girls progressed to cyberbullying and then, apparently, to hacking, online surveillance and real-world stalking. The families enlisted investigators from four law enforcement agencies, private eyes and experts in online security and forensics to make sense of the strange harassment, which seemed to turn every networked device in their homes against them. After Julia’s mother, a blogger with a devoted following, wrote about the ordeal, the case became a crusade among her flock. Anti-bullying activists championed the cause, calling it the worst case of cyberbullying they had ever seen. To others it seemed a blatant hoax, a bid for sympathy or attention too absurd to be believed.
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Some businesses use hot spots to send advertisements and electronic coupons to customers while theyre hooked up to the wireless connection. They also use the technology to gather data about customers for marketing purposes. Theres no such thing as a free lunch, so if you are getting a free service from someone, youre probably agreeing to something in return, said Thad Nation, executive director of Wired Wisconsin, a nonprofit group focused on telecommunications issues. For a large retailer, information is as valuable as anything else, Nation said. Businesses wouldnt offer free Wi-Fi if people didnt spend money there and keep coming back.
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Coriant mTera(TM) Universal Transport Platform Recognized by Lightwave Innovation Awards – Yahoo Finance

CT During the Lightwave Optical Innovation Summit, Coriant will be awarded a Lightwave Innovation Award for its mTera(TM) Universal Transport Platform. The mTera(TM) platform received an impressive score of 4.5 out of 5.0 Diamonds, one of the highest ranking scores awarded by the Lightwave Innovation Award judges. The 2014 Lightwave Innovation Awards encompassed a panel of industry experts representing a cross section of the industry, including component/subsystem providers, system level companies, carriers, and industry analysts. “We are honored that the judges of the Lightwave Innovation Awards recognized the unique value of our innovative mTera(TM) Universal Transport Platform,” stated Bob Leggett, Executive Chairman, Coriant. “The mTera(TM) platform is a key piece of our tightly integrated, end-to-end solutions portfolio, and was specifically designed to meet the efficiency, flexibility and scalability needs of our customers as exponential traffic growth reshapes metro network evolution.
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4 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done SHREWSBURY, N.J., July 15, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — InterCloud Systems, Inc. ( ICLD ) announced today a new contract valued at $1,100,000 with a prominent NYC hospital group to provide a complete refresh of their core wide area networking architectures. InterCloud will provide various value-add elements such as presale consulting services and a solution design, including a three year cloud centric managed services award for support of their environment.
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