Smart Criminals In The UK are Pimpin’ on Youngsters Using Instagram and Snapchat Get-Rich-Scams

Smart Criminals are able to operate with impunity on social media networks like Instagram and Snapchat, scamming users and running little risk of being caught. Police and anti-fraud groups are also warning that a too-trusting Instagram generation is falling victim to get-rich-quick scams, worth many millions of pounds a year to criminals. The scams include the rapidly growing phenomenon of "money...

Warning: FBI Wants You To #ThinkBeforeYouPost Or Else!

The FBI is no stranger to using digital technology to prevent crimes, think pre-crimes units -- it’s real and it’s here. Now they’re targeting social media to restore order. Everyday a new celebrity sends a tone deaf post on social media that shatters their public image and brand. Social media is a boiling pot of controversial posts waiting to...

Thanks To New Technology In San Francisco: Old Cannabis Convictions Are Now Being Expunged

Thousands of cannabis convictions in the US have been expunged by the San Francisco District Attorney's office using technology to deal with a backlog of cases being reviewed after the drug was legalized. More than 9,300 individuals have had their convictions sealed under the program, meaning they have better access to jobs and housing. Known as the Adult Use of Marijuana...

TINDER HORROR: Tinder Date Gone Deadly Wrong

A 24-year-old woman has lost her life as a result of what the accused is calling a 'Tinder date gone wrong'. Sydney Loofe’s body was found dumped and in pieces in a field near the town of Edgar, Nebraska. Pic: Facebook The 24-year-old is allegedly to have been lured on a Tinder date by Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 23.Trail has...

How Dumb, Student Arrested After Posting “Round 2′ of Florida Shooting on Snapchat

A South Carolina student was arrested on Thursday after posting a Snapchat threatening a repeat of Wednesday's deadly mass shooting, which took place at a Florida high school. Spartanburg School District Three spokesperson Sherri Horton told WHNS that officials received an anonymous tip about the threat, which was made via Snapchat, from the parent of another student at Broome High School. The alarming photo shows an...

America Loves Guns

https://youtu.be/Jyh5PiYGgP4 Gun culture runs deep in America and as another year passes we have a new record to show the importance Americans place on their firearms. TSA announced that 2018 was a record breaking year for firearm discovery and while there’s been a law prohibiting guns being allowed on planes, the debate behind gun control is stronger than ever. Maybe...

Speed Signs That Tell You How Fast Your Driving May Also Be Spying On You

These common roadside devices could be capturing your license plate data. The next time you drive past one of those road signs with a digital readout showing how fast you’re going, don’t simply assume it’s there to remind you not to speed. It may actually be capturing your license plate data. According to recently released U.S. federal contracting data, the Drug Enforcement Administration...

Gunshot Detection System Covers a Third of Pittsburgh

A gunshot-detection system hailed by the Pittsburgh police is poised to cover nearly a third of the city this year. A gunshot-detection system hailed by the Pittsburgh police is poised to cover nearly a third of the city this year. The Pittsburgh city council endorsed an expansion of the system to reach all six police zones, stating on the North...

Who Got Jacked? Data Breach at Chili’s Restaurant Leaves Credit and Debit Card Information Exposed

Patrons of Chili's might have had their credit and debit card data hacked earlier this year. The chain restaurant's parent company, Brinker International, announced on Sunday that a data incident at some Chili's restaurants may have resulted in a credit and debit card data breach. The list of impacted restaurants has not been released but officials have determined the incident happened...

This ICE Agent Gets Arrested For The ‘Stupidest Thing’

An agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is facing federal charges after a Wichita television news anchor told local police that he was sending her sensitive law enforcement material and text messages that were sexual in nature, newly released court documents show. KAKE-TV Anchor Deb Farris was interviewed by the Wichita Police Department in March during which officers photographed...