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Appelons-le Éric. Porté disparu en région parisienne à la fin des années 1990, et recherché à l’époque par les forces de l’ordre, il n’a plus donné signe de vie depuis cette période. Pourtant il est vivant, il travaille et élève les enfants de sa compagne, en vivant désormais sous un nouveau nom, dans l’Aude.
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News By Jeremy Kirk December 30, 2011 12:17 PM ET IDG News Service - Hackers released another batch of data on Thursday pilfered from Stratfor Global Intelligence, a widely used research and analysis company whose website was attacked last weekend.
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Network World - Identity theft has saddled thousands of children with debt, sometimes for years before they ever discover their personal information has been stolen, a study says. Within a database of 42,232 children that was compiled by an identity-protection business, 4,311 -- 10.2% -- had someone else using their Social Security numbers, according to "Child Identity Theft," a report by Richard Power, a distinguished fellow at Carnegie Mellon Cylab. MORE ON THE PROBLEM: FTC: ID theft again tops consumer complaints
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By Rich Phillips , CNN Senior Producer March 30, 2011 -- Updated 0037 GMT (0837 HKT) People who filed claims related to massive oil spill affected Oil giant says there's no evidence data has been accessed
Play.com said credit card details held at its main site have not been affected
UPDATE 2012-02-16: raver1975 released a SQL database w/35M Google Profiles as .torrent on The Pirate Bay. Nice one! UPDATE 2011-06-10: Central question in the Google discussion is whether mass-aggregation of profile data by unknown third parties is considered acceptable.
What Is Available and How Might It Help Victims and Law Enforcement This guide includes: What Evidence Is Out There How This Information Fits Into an Investigation Most victims agree – the burden of proving their innocence typically rests solidly on their shoulders.
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Apple has apparently dropped access to a jailbreak detection API first added to iOS 4.0 this past summer. Third-party developers of mobile device management software told Network World that the API no longer works in iOS 4.2.1, though Apple never warned that it was being deprecated. Word of a jailbreak detection API appearing in iOS 4.0, combined with the publication of a patent application for disabling an iPhone when an "unauthorized user" is detected, originally stirred fears that Apple might be looking to automatically disable iPhones that were jailbroken. However, such a move would run counter to a Copyright Office ruling that jailbraking was essentially a legal activity . In fact, the detection API was introduced along with a series of APIs designed to improve device management for enterprise deployment. MDM software vendors such as Sybase already used their own methods for detecting jailbreaks, since jailbroken devices can represent a significant security risk.
ChoicePoint Inc., the Atlanta-based provider of identification services for the insurance and real estate industries, revealed in March that criminals had gained unauthorized access to aggregated personal data of 145,000 people.
Tennessee-based EOD Technology (EODT) recently notified the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office of a breach that occurred in August 2008. No, that’s not a typo: 2008.