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  1. ^^^^Still didn't read the article.
  2. ^^^^Didnt read the article.
  3. The RNC Files: Inside the Largest US Voter Data Leak In what is the largest known data exposure of its kind, UpGuard’s Cyber Risk Team can now confirm that a misconfigured database containing the sensitive personal details of over 198 million American voters was left exposed to the internet by a firm working on behalf of the Republican National Committee (RNC) in their efforts to elect Donald Trump. The data, which was stored in a publicly accessible cloud server owned by Republican data firm Deep Root Analytics, included 1.1 terabytes of entirely unsecured personal information compiled by DRA and at least two other Republican contractors, TargetPoint Consulting, Inc. and Data Trust. In total, the personal information of potentially near all of America’s 200 million registered voters was exposed, including names, dates of birth, home addresses, phone numbers, and voter registration details, as well as data described as “modeled” voter ethnicities and religions. This disclosure dwarfs previous breaches of electoral data in Mexico (also discovered by Vickery) and the Philippines by well over 100 million more affected individuals, exposing the personal information of over sixty-one percent of the entire US population.
  4. Jajonie-Daman, who's Chaldean herself, says initially she thought the immigration officials would only go after the most violent of criminals. "But now, they're picking up people without any criminal record. As a matter of fact, I have one of my clients who was picked up last week and he doesn't even have a traffic ticket, let alone a criminal record," she explains. #MAGA
  5. Can we move this out of the smack talk forum? Make no mistake, this ship was in grave danger of sinking. The heroic actions of the crew kept her afloat. The Navy will fully investigate this but from my quick look at the damage from both ships this looks to be an overtaking situation; either way it looks as though the container ship had right of way since the Fitzgerald had the container ship on her starboard side. Prayers to our fallen shipmates.
  6. Nahidh Shaou could be deported any day now. As a Christian and a veteran of the US military, being forcibly returned to Iraq—a homeland he hasn’t seen since he was five years old—could prove to be a death sentence. Until April of this year, Iraq had not accepted deportees from the United States since 2010. That policy changed when one of President Donald Trump’s early executive orders included Iraq on a list of seven countries targeted with a temporary travel ban. As part of the deal to be removed from the list, Iraq agreed to begin taking deportees again.
  7. "As with any violent crime, the blame for the shooting of Congressman Steve Scalise and others rests squarely on the shoulders of the man who pulled the trigger. He made the decision to pick up a gun and shoot people because he didn’t like their politics. Those who are seeking to place blame wholly on one side of the political debate should be prepared to get beaten with that stick themselves because one of the crazies on the right might be the next one to get triggered."
  8. Russian Cyber Hacks on U.S. Electoral System Far Wider Than Previously Known
  9. Another victim? The poor White House
  10. You're too new to even know about the sewing circle so move on son.
  11. #sewingcircleenvy
  12. Another victim? Qatar because, Twitter.