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Bilderberg website taken down by Hackback and Anonymous they leave a very clear message

Bilderberg website taken down by Hackback and Anonymous they leave a very clear message

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Hackers have taken down the website of the Bilderberg Club, replacing the shadowy organization's page with a warning that the Atlanticist elites have a year to work for the benefit of humanity or their assets will be hacked next. "Dear Bilderberg members, from now on, each one of you have 1 year (365 days) to truly work in favor of humans and not your private interests,” the hackers, who identified themselves as the "HackBack movement and Anonymous,” said in a message posted at bilderbergmeetings.org. “Otherwise, we will find you and we will hack you,” they threatened the “Wealthy Elitico-Political 1 percent.” “Mind the current situation: We control your expensive connected cars, we control your connected house security devices, we control your daughter’s laptop, we control your

Amazons delivery “airborne fulfillment center” 45,000ft in the sky.

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Amazon has set out its vision for the future in a new patent application, describing how airborne blimps could one day release armies of drones to transport packages to customers. Described is an airborne fulfillment center ("AFC") and the use of unmanned aerial vehicles ("UAV") to deliver items from the AFC to users. For example, the AFC may be an airship that remains at a high altitude (e.g., 45,000 feet) and UAVs with ordered items may be deployed from the AFC to deliver ordered items to user designated delivery locations. As the UAVs descend, they can navigate horizontally toward a user specified delivery location using little to no power, other than to stabilize the UAV and/or guide the direction of descent. Shuttles (smaller airships) may be used to replenish the AFC with inventor...
10,000+ fish die in Gunpowder, Bird rivers in eastern Baltimore County

10,000+ fish die in Gunpowder, Bird rivers in eastern Baltimore County

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Thousands of fish from several different species have died in a massive fish kill in two rivers in the US state of Maryland, with officials saying the aquatic environment was robbed of oxygen by toxic algal bloom. Maryland Department of the Environment investigators believe a toxic algae known as Karlodinium venifecum has killed about 10,000 yellow perch, largemouth bass, bluegill sunfish, pumpkinseed sunfish, carp, black crappie, gizzard shad, spottail shiner and channel catfish. Investigators are waiting for lab results to confirm that high levels of the algae are present. They do not believe pollution was a factor in the fish kill. Fish kills are more common in the summer, when warmth and sunlight fuels algae blooms that, when they die and decompose, can also create "dead zon...
China issues white paper on space development

China issues white paper on space development

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China Have said they plan to 'soft land' a probe on the far side of the moon by the end of 2017 and launch its first Mars probe by 2020, according to a white paper on space activities released on Tuesday. "China will continue its lunar exploration project, and strive to attain the automated extraterrestrial sampling and returning technology by space explorers. We plan to fulfill the three strategic steps of "orbiting, landing and returning" for the lunar exploration project by launching the Chang' e-5 lunar probe by the end of 2017 and realizing regional soft landing, sampling and return. We will launch the Chang'e-4 lunar probe around 2018 to achieve mankind' s first soft landing on the far side of the moon, and conduct in situ and roving detection and relay communications at earth-m...
Security floors in airline ticket booking systems could be hacked by amateurs – Expert says.

Security floors in airline ticket booking systems could be hacked by amateurs – Expert says.

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Flight data belonging to millions of airline passengers in Europe could be accessed due to online security gaps. Getting into an airplane without paying for the ticket: What IT security researchers have now found could become a big problem for airlines. By Peter Onneken and Hakan Tanriverdi It takes a few minutes, then Karsten Nohl is satisfied. In front of him a computer spits every second. It is a six-digit sequence of numbers and letters, which has an arbitrary effect on the observer. But then the machine gives a low sound. The calculator scored a goal. "Berlin-Frankfurt, Friday at 11.45 am," says Nohl. He clicks through the flight offer of the Lufthansa website, until he finds a time that fits him into the calendar. "We're just going to book it," he says. "I'll change the e-mail...
DATA BREACH – 15k New Hampshire patients records leaked on Social Media

DATA BREACH – 15k New Hampshire patients records leaked on Social Media

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“DHHS learned on November 4, 2016, that some personal information from DHHS internal files had been posted to a social media site. As soon as DHHS learned of the posting of this DHHS information, it notified the New Hampshire Department of Information Technology, the NH State Police and other state officials. With the assistance of law enforcement, the information was removed from social media within 24 hours and a criminal investigation is ongoing. DHHS and the New Hampshire Department of Information Technology (DoIT) have eliminated the source of the breach and the information can no longer be accessed by unauthorized individuals at New Hampshire Hospital. “The information breached includes names, addresses, social security numbers, and Medicaid identification numbers. “The persona
Concerns grow in France as gender segregation starts in certain suburbs

Concerns grow in France as gender segregation starts in certain suburbs

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Women made to keep low profile in Servan a small French suburbs. In secret footage, activists Nadia Remand and Aliza Sayah from women’s rights campaign group La Brigade des Meres (The Mother’s Brigade) enter a cafe in Sevran: A small suburb northeast of Paris. In the ‘secret footage’ below the two women enter a café and before they have even got through the door they have 1 man approach them and start asking the 2 women questions “why are you here?” “Who are you meeting?”. As they gained entry into the café one customer told the 2 women “It’s best to wait outside. There are men in here” Fuming! 1 of the women asked to speak to the manager and asked for an explanation as to why women weren’t welcome in his café “In this café, there is no mixing. We are in Sevran, not Paris. He

LIVE Coverage – Hijacked Airline plane lands in Malta, suspect(s) threatens to detonate grenades

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Up to two hijackers, have seized control of Afriqiyah Airways flight 8U209 in Libya, forcing the Airbus A320 plane to divert to Malta. It’s understood there are 118 people on board. “Informed of potential hijack situation of a Libya internal flight diverted to Malta. Security and emergency operations standing by,” Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat tweeted on Friday, adding in a second tweet that "security and emergency services [are] coordinating operations" Watch LIVE:
German police hunt ‘highly dangerous’ Tunisian man after ID card FOUND IN TURCK

German police hunt ‘highly dangerous’ Tunisian man after ID card FOUND IN TURCK

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Police hunting the Berlin Christmas market killer made a breakthrough today with reports that they had found DNA and an identity document linked to the terrorist. The Tunisian man wanted in connection with the deadly truck attack on a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market had been previously investigated over an earlier terror plot, a senior German official has said. The man is aged 21 or 23 and known by three different names, according to reports in the daily Allgemeine Zeitung and the Bild newspaper. It emerged that Anis Amri had been under covert surveillance for months but German police called off the operation in September. Bild newspaper claimed he is an Islamist and part of a wider network, who was already on the radar of the authorities. He was apparently previously

Berlin manhunt underway as wrong person detained.

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Police have arrested the wrong man in the hunt for a lorry driver who killed at least 12 people in a suspected terror attack on a Christmas market in a Berlin yesterday. “The allegations of the alleged perpetrator had been examined and considered to be correct. "We have the wrong man," says the Berlin police. ” And thus a new situation. For the real culprit is still armed at large and can cause new damage.” “The blood of the victim was not secured on the clothes of the arrested Pakistani. According to an investigator, these would be logical if the 23-year-old had shot the truck driver. When the 23-year-old was arrested he is not thought to have had a weapon with him. According to the Berlin police chairman Klaus Kandt, the investigators are not sure whether the detainee was t