Related News: Suspect arrested after photos of slain woman posted online

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Oregon authorities have arrested a man accused of killing his girlfriend in Washington state and posting gruesome pictures of her body online.

David Michael Kalac, 33, was taken into custody near Portland late Wednesday by the Wilsonville Police Department.

Source: CNN

Related News: “Uncle Sam” Busted For Obama Threats

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An Alabama man who wore an Uncle Sam top hat while recording a video threatening President Barack Obama’s life was arrested yesterday by Secret Service agents.

Deryke Pfeifer, 54, was busted on a felony complaint charging him with making threats against the president. Pfeifer is locked up in advance of a hearing at which prosecutors will argue that he should be detained in advance of a criminal trial.

Federal agents allege that Pfeifer has threatened Obama’s life in a series of videos posted to his Facebook page, as well as in calls to the Federal Protective Service, which provides security for government facilities.

Source: The Smoking Gun

Related News: Teens have sex at school, post video on social media

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The aunt of a 15-year-old said her niece was pressured into having sex while at school.

“Her intentions were skipping class and she said she skipped with one of the young men, but when she got to the area where he took her to, three other boys were there,” said the aunt who did not want to be identified.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Johns Hopkins University web server breached; up to 1,300 affected

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As many as 1,300 current and former Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering students’ personal information was posted online by an attacker claiming to be affiliated with hacktivist collective Anonymous.

After the university refused to give into extortion threats, the hacker dumped the data, including students’ names, email addresses and phone numbers, online, according to The Balitmore Sun.

Source: SC Magazine

Related News: #Bloodycyclists Twitter post driver Emma Way guilty

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A woman who posted a message on Twitter about knocking a cyclist off his bike has been found guilty of two charges related to the incident.

Emma Way, 22, clipped cyclist Toby Hockley with her car in Norfolk in May.

She then tweeted: “Definitely knocked a cyclist off his bike earlier. I have right of way – he doesn’t even pay road tax! #Bloodycyclists.”

Norwich magistrates convicted her of failing to stop after an accident and failing to report it, which she denied.

Way, of Watton, was acquitted of driving without due care and attention.

She was ordered to pay a £337 fine, £300 in costs and was given seven points on her licence.

Source: BBC News

Related News: Zuckerberg’s Facebook page hacked to prove security flaw

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A Palestinian researcher posted a message on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s page last week after he says the site’s security team didn’t take his warnings about a security flaw seriously.

Source: CNN

Related News: Cops: Villanova student secretly filmed women undressing, posted to porn site

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Tyler Jones admitted to police that he secretly hid his iPhone in the bathroom to record the woman and then uploaded it to a porn site from his dorm room at Villanova.

While police were investigating, they say two other victims were discovered. One of the victims was 17 years old at the time of the recording.

Source: NBC News