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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Austin Bombing Suspect Blew Himself Up, Police Say

Austin Bombing Suspect Blew Himself Up, Police Say

Law enforcement responded to an area of Round Rock, Tex., where the police say a bombing suspect blew himself up in his vehicle.CreditTamir Kalifa for The New York Times

ROUND ROCK, Tex. — A suspect in the series of bombings that have terrorized the city of Austin, Tex., died early Wednesday, blowing himself up in his vehicle as officers closed in on him, the authorities said.
A law enforcement official identified the suspect as Mark Anthony Conditt, a 24-year-old white man.
Officials did not rule out the possibility that the man had accomplices.
“We do not understand what motivated him to do what he did,” said the Austin police chief, Brian Manley.
The first explosions hit African-American residents whose families are well-known in the city’s black community. Chief Manley did not address any potential motive, including race.
Law enforcement officials cautioned that the bomber could have planted other explosives that have not yet detonated. “We still need to remain vigilant,” Chief Manley said. “We do not know where he has been in the past 24 hours.”
He added, “This investigation is still underway, so we cannot say that this was an individual acting on their own.”
In a tweet, President Trump praised law enforcement officials for their work in identifying and locating the suspect.

Officials expressed confidence that they knew the identity of the dead man, but Chief Manley said his name would not be released until the body had been positively identified by a medical examiner and the man’s family had been notified. The suspect lived in Pflugerville, a suburb of 59,000 about 20 miles northeast of downtown Austin, a law enforcement official said.
“There were several leads that led us to this person,” including surveillance video, Chief Manley said.

Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO as Facebook data outcry intensifies; Zuckerberg called to testify

Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO as Facebook data outcry intensifies; Zuckerberg called to testify
Cambridge's board of directors suspended CEO Alexander Nix pending an investigation after Nix boasted of various unsavory services to an undercover reporter for Britain's Channel 4 News.
Channel 4 News broadcast clips Tuesday that also show Nix saying his data-mining firm played a major role in securing Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential elections.
Nix said the firm handled "all the data, all the analytics, all the targeting" and said Cambridge used emails with a "self-destruct timer" to make its role more difficult to trace.
"There's no evidence, there's no paper trail, there's nothing," he said.
In a statement, Cambridge's board said Nix's comments "do not represent the values or operations of the firm and his suspension reflects the seriousness with which we view this violation."
Cambridge has denied wrongdoing, and Trump's campaign has said it didn't use Cambridge's data.
Facebook also drew continued criticism for its alleged inaction to protect users' privacy. Earlier Tuesday, the chairman of the U.K. parliamentary media committee, Damian Collins, said his group has repeatedly asked Facebook how it uses data. He said Facebook officials "have been misleading to the committee."
The committee summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify.
"It is now time to hear from a senior Facebook executive with the sufficient authority to give an accurate account of this catastrophic failure of process," Collins wrote Zuckerberg. "Given your commitment at the start of the New Year to 'fixing' Facebook, I hope that this representative will be you."
Leading Democrats in the U.S. Senate also called on Zuckerberg to testify. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, called Facebook's latest privacy scandal a "danger signal." She wants Zuckerberg's assurances that Facebook is prepared to take the lead on security measures that protect people's privacy — or Congress may step in.
Facebook sidestepped questions on whether Zuckerberg would appear, saying instead that it's currently focused on conducting its own reviews.
The request to appear comes as Britain's information commissioner said she was using all her legal powers to investigate the social-media giant and Cambridge Analytica.
Commissioner Elizabeth Denham is pursuing a warrant to search Cambridge Analytica's servers. She has also asked Facebook to cease its own audit of Cambridge Analytica's data use.
"Our advice to Facebook is to back away and let us go in and do our work," she said.
Facebook has weathered many such blow-ups before and is used to apologizing and moving on. But the stakes are bigger this time. The latest scandal has some people reconsidering their relationship status with the social network, though there isn't much of anywhere else to go.
Cambridge Analytica said it is committed to helping the U.K. investigation. However, Denham's office said the firm failed to meet a deadline to produce the information requested.
Denham said the prime allegation against Cambridge Analytica is that it acquired personal data in an unauthorized way, adding that the data provisions act requires services like Facebook to have strong safeguards against misuse of data.
Chris Wylie, who once worked for Cambridge Analytica, was quoted as saying the company used the data to build psychological profiles so voters could be targeted with ads and stories.
Wylie has agreed to be interviewed by Democrats on the U.S. House Intelligence Committee. A date has not been set, and it's unclear if Republicans on the panel will attend.
On Tuesday, Wylie said he found Facebook's reaction to the revelations bizarre. He told an audience at the Frontline Club in London that before the story broke, Facebook had agreed to work with him to improve its platform. But he said he was blindsided on Friday with a news release that identified him as a suspect in the case.
Cambridge Analytica found itself in further allegations of wrongdoing. Britain's Channel 4 used an undercover investigation to record Nix saying that the company could use unorthodox methods to wage successful political campaigns for clients.
In footage released Monday, Nix said the company could "send some girls" around to a rival candidate's house, suggesting that girls from Ukraine are beautiful and effective in this role.
He also said the company could "offer a large amount of money" to a rival candidate and have the whole exchange recorded so it could be posted on the internet to show that the candidate was corrupt.
Nix says in a statement that he deeply regrets his role in the meeting and has apologized to staff.
"I am aware how this looks, but it is simply not the case," he said. "I must emphatically state that Cambridge Analytica does not condone or engage in entrapment, bribes or so-called 'honeytraps', and nor does it use untrue material for any purposes."
Nix told the BBC that the Channel 4 sting was "intended to embarrass us".
"We see this as a coordinated attack by the media that's been going on for very, very many months in order to damage the company that had some involvement with the election of Donald Trump," he said.
The data harvesting used by Cambridge Analytica has also triggered calls for further investigation from the European Union, as well as federal and state officials in the United States.
On Tuesday, a dozen consumer-advocacy organizations pressed the Federal Trade Commission in the U.S. to investigate whether the release of data violated an agreement Facebook signed with the FTC in 2011 offering privacy assurances.
The move comes after Bloomberg News first reported the FTC could already be investigating. The FTC hasn't confirmed the investigation but said it takes "any allegations of violations of our consent decrees very seriously."

Saturday, 10 March 2018

Women Gang-Raped in Rajasthan Video Uploaded in Social Media Say Police

Women Gang-Raped in Rajasthan Video Uploaded in Social Media Say Police

The six accused are on the run. The woman, a labourer at a roadside food stall in Kota, filed a police complaint on March 5 against the six men, police officer Baran Anis Ahamed said

KOTA:  A 40-year-old woman was gang-raped by six men in Rajasthan's Baran district, police said, adding the men also filmed the crime and uploaded the video on social media. She was gang-raped a month ago, though she filed a police complaint after she came to know the video has been uploaded on social media, Baran district police said.

The six accused are on the run. The woman, a labourer at a roadside food stall in Kota, filed a police complaint on March 5 against the six men, police officer Baran Anis Ahamed said.

In her complaint, she said that a month ago when she went to Baran to visit her relatives, one of the accused, Chetan Meena, 21, who was known to her, took her on his motorcycle to an isolated place near Samaspura village in the pretext of dropping her to her relative's house.

Five others joined Meena and they took turns to rape her, she said, alleging that the men also filmed the crime on mobile.

They dropped her near her relatives' house the next day and threatened to kill her family members if she went to police.

The woman's statement will be recorded before a magistrate on Monday, the police officer said. Baran district police are looking for all the accused and are investigating the case.

Friday, 9 March 2018

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Happy Navratri Chaitra 2018 on Navratri Festivals

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Wishing to all a very happy navratri festival and durga pooja in chaitra masa. Navratri festival is started on 18 march 2018 . This festival is running 15 days. people do durga pooja and go to durga mata mandirs this festival is very imporatant for the indian peoples. 

Sunday, 4 March 2018

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