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UN human rights experts renew calls to visit US to advance criminal

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Making the call, UN Special Rapporteur on torture Juan E. Méndez, and the Chairperson of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, Seong-Phil Hong, also cited President Obama’s speech on criminal justice reform to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), in which he addressed unacceptably high rates of incarceration, the disparate impact of such policy on racial minorities, overcrowding and the extensive use of solitary confinement.“I look forward to working with the US Department of Justice on the special study commissioned by the President on the need to regulate solitary confinement, which affects 80,000 inmates in the United States, in most cases for periods of months and years,” Mr. Méndez said in a press release issued by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).“The practice of prolonged or indefinite solitary confinement inflicts pain and suffering of a psychological nature, which is strictly prohibited by the Convention against Torture,” he continued. “Reform along such lines will have considerable impact not only in the United States but in many countries around the world.”The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has asked the US Government for an opportunity to visit federal and state institutions where persons are deprived of their liberty.Mr. Hong underscored, “a visit to the United States will be an excellent opportunity to discuss with authorities the Basic Principles and Guidelines on the right to anyone deprived of their liberty to bring proceedings before a court, and to promote its use by the civil society.”The expert noted that the freshly drafted Principles and Guidelines, which will be considered by the UN Human Rights Council in September, “will help to establish effective mechanisms to ensure Judicial oversight over all situations of deprivation of liberty.”“We hope the President’s recent actions will ensure concrete steps are taken to facilitate these visits to US detention facilities, including private interviews with detainees, take place as soon as possible,” the experts stated. “We stand ready to provide any additional expertise to ensure that prison reforms are implemented in accordance with international human rights standards.”The two UN human rights experts recalled that in March 2015 in Cape Town, South Africa, the review process of the UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners produced a document called the Mandela Rules, expected to be approved by late 2015, to strengthen procedural safeguards and improve conditions of detention.The proposed rules include the prohibition of indefinite or prolonged solitary confinement – determined as exceeding 15 days – as well as a complete ban on isolation for children, pregnant of breast-feeding women and any person with a mental disability.Independent experts or special rapporteurs are appointed by the Geneva-based Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a country situation or a specific human rights theme. The positions are honorary and the experts are not UN staff, nor are they paid for their work. read more

Buckeyes advance to Sweet 16 following win against Georgia Tech

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It started out physical, but the bumped and bruised Buckeyes prevailed against Georgia Tech on Monday night, despite tying their season-high in turnovers. The No. 4 seed Ohio State women’s basketball team (24-9) will advance to the Sweet 16 in Dayton, Ohio, after topping the fifth-seeded Yellow Jackets, 67-60, in a hard-fought win in front of St. John Arena’s vivacious crowd. OSU now has won 11 straight games. “It was more of a boxing match — two fighters feeling each other out,” OSU coach Jim Foster said. “Then you get into a rhythm.” Foster’s team found that rhythm midway through the second half, when OSU was able to beat Georgia Tech’s press defense while holding the team scoreless for nearly five minutes. During that span, the Buckeyes’ lead grew from four points to 13. After that run, the Yellow Jackets (24-11) predictably stopped pressing, allowing OSU to slow down the game. “We was getting layups,” guard Samantha Prahalis said. “I would have pulled it off, too.” But en route to its win, the team turned the ball over 21 times. Making up for it was Jantel Lavender’s 21 points on 71.4 percent shooting, and 11 rebounds. Her double-figure scoring performance was her 135th, setting the NCAA all-time record. “Jantel, to me, is the best post player in the country,” Georgia Tech coach MaChelle Joseph said. “She’s also one of the top three players in the country overall.” The Yellow Jackets were unable to make OSU pay for its struggles maintaining possession, as they scored just 16 points off turnovers. But Joseph chalked her team’s loss up to the inability to make shots, especially those around the basket. Her team outshot the Buckeyes by a staggering 72-42, but only shot 38.9 percent from the field despite garnering the turnovers. The Yellow Jackets also shot only 2-of-17 from 3-point range. “We’ve never played a game and got two free throws,” Joseph said. “That’s not the difference in the game. The difference in the game is you have to make layups.” Behind Lavender, the Buckeyes shot 59.5 percent from the field and got double-digit points from Prahalis, guard Tayler Hill and center Ashley Adams. Brittany Johnson added 9 points, with her three 3-pointers being the team’s only ones. “We have a lot of people that can score the ball on the floor, and sometimes we have a tendency to guard ourselves,” Foster said. The first half was very physical, with the referees letting a lot of contact go uncalled. The tipping point came when Lavender and Georgia Tech’s Chelsea Regins got tangled up underneath the basket after Johnson nailed a 3-pointer. Offsetting technical fouls were called on the play. After that, the game was called much tighter. Prahalis played an unaccustomed role of peacemaker in the situation, pulling Lavender away from the officials after vehemently arguing the call. Even after his team earned the technical, Foster said he was pleased with the way his players handled the situation. “(It was) a sign of growth, a sign of maturity,” he said. “I like the fact that Jantel needed to be calmed down, and I like the fact that Sammy calmed her down.” Yellow Jacket Tyaunna Marshall led her team to a 30-29 first-half lead by scoring 10 points on 50 percent shooting, including a go-ahead jumper as time expired. But she scored just two points in the second to finish with 12. Guard Metra Walthour led the team in scoring with 15 points on 6-of-16 shooting. Adams led the Buckeyes in scoring in the first half with 10 points, going 4-of-7 from the floor while Lavender scored just four. “Sammy did a great job getting the ball up the floor quickly, which I don’t think we did great in the first half,” Lavender said. “In the second half, we had about 25 seconds to run offense, so that really made the difference for us.” Prahalis was frustrated early by the Yellow Jackets’ physical defense against her, as they forced Hill to handle the ball more than usual. After taking a hard foul at midcourt in the first half, blood was drawn from the same spot on her leg as Saturday and she required another bandage. But that didn’t stop her from having an effective night, scoring 16 on an efficient 5-of-7 shooting while dishing out a game-high eight assists. Her team is 15-2 this season when she registers more than seven assists. Monday’s contest was the first ever meeting between OSU and the Yellow Jackets. The win means the Buckeyes will have advanced to the Sweet 16 in two of the last three seasons and are now 8-2 against ranked teams this year. On Saturday, OSU will take on No. 1 seed Tennessee — a school Lavender said she visited before signing with the Buckeyes, and whose roster she is very familiar with. Foster, a former coach of Vanderbilt from 1991–00, said he’s plenty aware of the type of teams heralded coach Pat Summitt puts together after spending that time in the SEC. He mentioned that perhaps it would be easier playing the customary powerhouse in his team’s home state. “We’re not playing in Knoxville. We’re not playing in Nashville,” he said. “We’re playing in Dayton, and we’re looking forward to the opportunity.” read more

Stampsized chip satellites to be sent with Endeavour shuttle when it launches

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first_imgIn its last flight ever–whenever that is–the Shuttle Endeavour will not only be closing one chapter in NASA’s shuttle history, but it will also be opening up another in the area of chip satellites. The Endeavour will be carrying three stamp-sized prototypes of chip satellites made by Cornell University researchers.The satellites, which are named Sprite, were in development for three years in the lab of Mason Peck, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Cornell. Peck and his team wanted to see just how small a functioning satellite could be. The goal is to test these satellites to determine what the least possible material is needed to create a way to have this information transmitted from space.AdChoices广告The chip satellites will be attached to the outside of the International Space Station. The ISS, a satellite that orbits the Earth, is slightly smaller than a full-sized football field. At 108.5 meters by 72.8 meters it’s a very different type of satellite than the Sprite modules. In a few years, the Sprites will be removed from the space station and returned so the researchers can survey how the prototypes fared in space, a place which is not known for its pleasant conditions.If everything goes as planned, the team will produce large amounts of the Sprites and then launch those into space. Peck said in a press release that the satellites’ small bodies will let them “travel like space dust,” and  flow to far off locations in space. While the three prototypes appear to be the same and even emit the same frequencies, the researchers at home can tell them apart.We anticipate that a Guinness World Record will be showing up soon, as these Sprites are probably the smallest satellite chips to launch into space.Read more at Cornell University and at PhysOrglast_img read more

Why your next TV binge should be Ash Vs Evil Dead

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first_img https://jrnl.ie/3280298 Why your next TV binge should be… Ash Vs Evil Dead The cult horror-comedy is back… and this time it’s on TV. Share Tweet Email1 Mar 10th 2017, 8:00 PM 10,299 Views Short URL Your Next TV Binge is TheJournal.ie’s new Friday feature, recommending a box set for you to get stuck into over the weekend. This week: Ash Vs Evil Dead. AS FAR AS cult favourites go, there’s nothing in quite like the Evil Dead movies, and there’s nobody quite like their star Bruce Campbell.Back in 1981, director Sam Raimi brought in the then unknown and untapped talent of Campbell to fight off The Evil Dead in a movie that would be banned from a number of countries due to its down-and-dirty style and OTT gore. Six years later, they reunited for Evil Dead II, which is essentially a remake of the first movie that ups the comedy angle – despite still being a gornographic splatterfest.And then in 1992 they completed the trilogy with Army Of Darkness, which explained why Campbell’s heroic Ash Williams is the sole reason a legion of Deadites haven’t taken over the world as we know it.After two and a bit decades of fans pleading for more of Ash and his one-handed, chainsaw-wielding ways, Sam and his brother Ivan finally gave them what they wanted, but not in the way that they were expecting.No, this time we got more. Much more. Source: Starz/YouTubeAsh Vs Evil Dead is set 30 years after the events of the original trilogy. Ash is safely back from his Army Of Darkness time travels, and is living a low-key life, working as a stock boy in a local supermarket.He’s got his friend Pablo, his pet lizard, his trailer park home, his bar that he likes to get drunk alone in… and all is relatively quiet, until one day he accidentally sets upon a series of events that will accidentally let loose the Deadite army and potentially bring an end to mankind’s existence.So… guess who might be the only man to save the day again? And guess who might not really in the mood to do it anymore? Source: GiphyDespite going on to make a massive career for himself in Hollywood – he directed those Tobey Maguire Spiderman movies, as well as Oz: The Great & Powerful for Disney – Sam Raimi returned to direct the pilot episode of the series, and co-wrote the script with his brother, which helped set up the action-horror-comedy tone that the rest of the seasons will continue to run with.Fans of the movies will be pleased to know that Ash hasn’t just been resting on his good looks over the past few decades, as he’s been chasing that nasty Necronomicon (the scary book that unleashed all the evil in the movies) and has tried on numerous occasions to destroy it completely. But when he’s finally figured out that he can’t get rid out of it, he instead becomes the caretaker for the harbinger of doom.Over the two seasons, we’re introduced to a multitude of fantastically written characters, and some of the casting for these roles is absolutely inspired. Take for instance Ruby, a mysterious character who claims to be the sister of Annie from Evil Dead II, and is attempting to hunt down the source of the recent evil outbreaks. Well, she’s played by none other than Lucy Lawless. Source: Giphy Source: GiphyYup, Xena the Warrior Princess is involved, and the twists and turns they do with her character will make your jaw drop.And then there’s Brock Williams, the long estranged father of Ash. They haven’t spoken in decades, not since Ash initially went flying back through time. Brock can be pointed to as the source for all of Ash’s debauched instincts with booze and women. Who could they get to play such a legendary lothario? None other than Lee Majors aka Steve Austin aka The Six Million Dollar Man!Fans of the movies will already be telling you that this is a must-watch. But even for those who haven’t seen the vintage horrors Ash V Evil Dead is based on… well, if you’re a fan of manic, madcap, extremely dark comedy mixed with audacious gore and OTT action scenes? This should be right at the top of your list. Source: Series Trailer MP/YouTubeRead all our TV binge recommendations here>Why your next TV binge should be… The Thick Of It> Friday 10 Mar 2017, 8:00 PM 12 Comments By Rory Cashin Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Bikies given three years jail for Zervas murder

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first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Two members of the Comanchero outlaw motorbike gang were sentenced to at least three years in jail for their roles in a gang clash at Sydney Airport that left one man dead. Ishmail Eken and Usama Potrus were sentenced on riot charges in the NSW Supreme Court this week for their involvement in the 2009 incident which lead to the death of Hells Angels associate Anthony Zervas. Justice Robert Hume told the court both Eken and Potrus were equally involved in the riot although they did not incite violence or arm themselves during the bloody incident. “The fight that took place, although short-lived, was shockingly vicious,” Justice Hume said. Having already served time in custody, Eken will be eligible for parole in April and Potrus will be eligible for parole in July.last_img read more

CIMON Returns to Earth After 14 Months on ISS

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first_imgStay on target Russia’s Humanoid Robot Returns Safely to EarthWatch: Incredible Views of Hurricane Dorian From Space Station The first AI-based mission and flight assistance system returned to Earth last week.A SpaceX CRS-19 Dragon spacecraft carrying CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) was recovered from the Pacific Ocean on Aug. 27.The robot, which just ended a stint on the International Space Station (ISS) is expected to make its way back to its homeland of Germany by the end of October.“CIMON is a technology demonstration that has completely met our expectations,” Christian Karrasch, project manager at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), said in a statement.“During its initial operation in space—a 90-minute mission with the German ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst on the ISS in November 2018—it showed that it functions well in microgravity conditions and can interact successfully with astronauts,” he explained.Boasting a combination of IBM Watson AI, cloud connectivity, and neural network training, CIMON provides efficient ways to complete routine procedures and assist with flight navigation.It can recognize, learn from, and bond with crew members through natural language; offer creative solutions to tricky challenges; and even serve as a security guard, noticing potential problems before they become dangerous.“We are very proud to have been the first to use AI on the Space Station and have been working for several months on an improved successor model,” according to Karrasch.“With CIMON,” he continued, “we were able to lay the foundations for human assistance systems in space to support astronauts in their tasks and perhaps, in the future, to take over some of their work.”New CIMON during tests inside the Columbus laboratory training model (via German Aerospace Center)The next-generation CIMON will be built by Airbus on behalf of the DLR Space Administration, with funding from the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.Airbus project manager Till Eisenberg teased some of the “several” upgrades, including better microphones, a more robust computer, improved flight and attitude control, and new software features for conversation, such as speech recognition, call history, and intent analysis.Ethical questions concerning the future use of CIMON, meanwhile, are under scrutiny by physicians at Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich.Because human images and audio are recorded, processed, and interpreted by the machine, high standards of data security are necessary—as well as trust in the system.“The new CIMON has a built-in switch that enables the data streams from all cameras and microphones to be interrupted from the ISS,” LMU researcher Judith Buchheim said. “The astronaut has control over CIMON at all times, which was especially important for us.”The DLR Space Administration, which manages Germany’s contributions to the European Space Agency, is working with ESA to deliver the new CIMON to the space station in December.Watch: This Astronaut Might Be the First Space CriminalMore on Geek.com:SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Spacecraft Takes Science Experiments Back to EarthNASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Gets Assembled in CaliforniaNASA Activates Deep Space Atomic Clock for Year-Long Test Demolast_img read more

Man killed while performing vehicle maintenance in Felida

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first_imgA man was killed while performing maintenance work on his vehicle Friday evening. Clark County Fire District 6 was dispatched to a Felida neighborhood in the 12500 block of N.W. 26th Ave. at 8:59 p.m. on Friday. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the same site two minutes later.According to Sgt. Robert Latter at the sheriff’s office, the man was found pinned beneath his vehicle, which appeared to have rolled on top of him while he was working on it in his driveway. The vehicle was reported to be an SUV, Latter said, and the parking brake had been set at the time of the accident.Latter said the sheriff’s office would not publicly identify the man until the coroner notifies his next of kin, which will likely happen on Monday.last_img

Bahamas PM to tour Grand Bahama after tordado damages left by Irma

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first_img FortisTCI announces bid to hike electricity bills, cites record $42m response to hurricanes as destabilizing Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#HurricaneIrma, #magneticmedianews New, stringent posture on illegal construction makes fines, personal demolition and possible deportation legal says PDM Minister, law now passed August 30th – One Year since Hurricane Irma named Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 14, 2017 – Grand Bahama – Prime Minister Hubert Minnis will today touchdown in Grand Bahama for the first time since the terrible twisters spawned by Hurricane Irma left at least 78 people homeless.  The PM will tour the damages in the aftermath of Irma, and will arrive in the country’s second city around midday for that first-hand look at what devastation was wrought by the unprecedented storm.Meanwhile, Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguliar is telling media the country dodged a major bullet when Category 5 hurricane Irma shifted from a direct course with more of the islands.  The Minister said the country’s tourism industry should be able to rebound quickly.Still, marketing he explained will be ramped up now to circumvent international media reports that The Bahamas was or would be wiped out by the super typhoon.  The marketing, said D’Aguliar will focus on the fact that most of the islands were not hit by #HurricaneIrma.#MagneticMediaNews Recommended for youlast_img read more

Australasian Gaming Expo kicks off today

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first_img Aristocrat releases new MarsX cabinet to Asia-Pacific venues RelatedPosts The 2018 Australasian Gaming Expo kicks off today, with more than 200 exhibitors from across the gaming industry gathering at Sydney’s International Convention Centre (ICC).This year’s exhibition represents the second year that AGE has been held at the spectacular new ICC, which opened in 2017, with the expo to cover around 19,000 square meters of space this time around. IGT announces offering of €500,000,000 senior secured notes Life on Mars Inside Asian Gaming will be on the floor to check out the latest news and innovations emerging from the Australasian Gaming industry.Among the major gaming firms exhibiting in 2018 are the likes of Aristocrat, Scientific Games, IGT, Paltronics, Atrient and Interblock while new exhibitors include Sony Video Security, LED Media, Design Choice, TransAct Technologies and Innodisk Corporation.Also in Sydney today is the Gaming, Racing and Wagering Australia conference at nearby L’Aqua Darling Harbour – offering spectacular views across the water to the ICC as well as The Star Sydney.Today’s conference session will be chaired by IAG Managing Editor Ben Blaschke with the theme of “Casinos, clubs, eSports and gaming.” Ben will also moderate panels on customer acquisition and retention as it related to land-based gaming operations as well as the opportunities provided by eSports. Load Morelast_img read more

Fry Communications Introduces Enhanced Digital Edition Technology

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first_imgPrinting, production and distribution company Fry Communications has introduced Fry LIVEPAGES, an online publishing platform that merges online interactivity and rich media capabilities. The platform “goes beyond the status quo of digital editions by providing a unique and visually engaging user experience,” said Steve Grande, Fry’s vice president of sales, and will incorporate video, animation, rollovers and one-click sharing via social networks to promote reader interaction with fully-searchable, SEO-supported content via API packages. LIVEPAGES’ key differentiators—enabling it to go beyond print and digital editions—include the depth of content, reader control of what is presented onscreen through rollovers and click-thrus, and the activity tracked by system-specific, real-time analytics, said Grande. “The biggest differentiator, though, is the richness of the content—the many instances of flash, video, polls, rolling filmstrips, news tickers all in one spread,” he added. To help increase publisher ROI, LIVEPAGES provides concrete data on respondents to interactive ads, as well as “immediate feedback on ads that work and ads that don’t,” he said. According to Fry, interactive ads increase click-thru rates from less than one percent on a traditional banner ad up to 20 percent or more for an interactive ad.While no magazine publishers are on board with the new platform yet, Grande said feedback has been positive.last_img read more

The HighestGrowth Revenue Streams for Magazine Media in 2015

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first_img Folio: surveyed a varied group of publishing executives to get a sense of where their organizations are growing the fastest. From video to lead-gen and native advertising, responses span a range of revenue sources. Interestingly, and perhaps not surprisingly, print is nowhere in sight.  Prev1 of 9NextUse your ← → (arrow) keys to browse Click through the slideshow to view their responses. Prev1 of 9NextUse your ← → (arrow) keys to browse With 2016 fast-approaching and no end in sight for the market dynamics that are shaking up magazine media, publishers continue to seek out and invest in the high-growth segments of their businesses. last_img

USB 100W spec will pump up power for juicing tablets notebooks

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first_img © 2011 PhysOrg.com Citation: USB 100W spec will pump up power for juicing tablets, notebooks (2011, August 12) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-08-usb-100w-spec-power-juicing.html Explore further Industry Leaders Proposed Superspeed USB 3.0 Specification More information: Press release: www.usb.org/press/USB_Power_De … ry_Specification.pdfcenter_img (PhysOrg.com) — The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced a revised power delivery spec that means significant changes in how consumers will be able to power up tablets, notebooks, and a range of other e-devices. The new spec, designed for backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 and support for USB 3.0, promises to deliver up to 100W of power. It’s that capability–of delivering as high as 100 watts of power—that carries the excitement. The jump from 5W 900mA to 100W 20A is expected to extend the use of USB as an instant connection once the spec is implemented. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group is populated by HP, Intel, Microsoft, Renesas Electronics, ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The Group developed the USB 3.0 specification, released in November 2008, supporting speeds up to 4.8 Gbps. That represented a ramp-up approximately 10 times faster than the USB 2.0. The newest effort is far more ambitious. “Building on the rapidly increasing industry momentum for using USB bus power to charge a broad range of mobile devices, the new USB Power Delivery specification extends USB’s cable power delivery capabilities beyond simple battery charging,” said Brad Saunders, the USB 3.0 Promoter Group Chairman. “Charging the battery of a notebook PC, or simply powering that notebook PC while actively using the USB data connection, would be possible,” he stated. “Conceivably, a notebook PC could rely solely on a USB connection for its source of power.”Fundamentally, the USB 3.0 has been facing a tougher reality of a gadget-heavy universe where the 5 W limit has become burdensome for users of devices like the iPAD, which uses closer to 10W. The timeline for the spec has several phases. There is an industry review scheduled for later this year. In mid-September, the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco will offer more information and plans for a pre-release industry review.A final spec will be sent to the USB Implementers Forum early next year.But one observer, Tutorial Online, tempered the excitement with a note from recent history. “Still, consumers may not see the benefits of the new technology so soon thereafter. Though the USB 3.0 standard was formalized in November 2008, the first consumer products based on USB 3.0 didn’t arrive until early 2010.”last_img read more

Research team finds disk encryption foils law enforcement efforts

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first_img(PhysOrg.com) — A joint U.S./UK research team has found that common encryption techniques are so good that law enforcement, from local to highly resourceful federal agencies, are unable to get at data on a computer hard disk that could be used to prove the guilt of people using the computer to perpetuate crimes. In looking at the current technology, the team, as they describe in their paper published in Digital Investigation, find that if criminals use commonly available hard drive encryption software, law enforcement very often is unable find anything that can be used against them. Contrary to what we all see in the movies and on television, cracking an encrypted drive is not a simple thing; in fact, it’s so difficult that if someone has encrypted their hard drive, there is apparently little law enforcement (or anyone else) can do read the data on the drive. Adding to the frustration, at least on the part of law enforcement, is the fact that they can’t force people to give up their passwords.The authors of the report suggest there are some things law enforcement can do, but they all must happen prior to a drive being buttoned up by encryption. Specifically, they say that law enforcement should stop turning computers off to bring them to another location for study, doing so only causes the need for a password to be entered to read the encrypted data. Also, in some cases, doing so causes the data to be automatically destroyed. Fortunately, there are some tools forensics experts can use to gather data if it sits untouched, such as copying everything in memory to a separate disk. The team also suggests that law enforcement look first to see if the drive has been encrypted before scanning it with their own software, as doing so will likely result in a lot of wasted time.The unfortunate bottom line though, is that the authors openly admit that once the drive is encrypted, there is little to nothing to be done, which a lot of criminals are surely going to be really pleased to hear. The team suggests that the government embark on a research mission of its own to figure out a way to subvert encrypted drives or it will find itself with little reason to bother confiscating computers used by criminals to commit crimes in the future. Citation: Research team finds disk encryption foils law enforcement efforts (2011, November 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-11-team-disk-encryption-foils-law.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore furthercenter_img More information: The growing impact of full disk encryption on digital forensics, Digital Investigation, In Press. doi:10.1016/j.diin.2011.09.005AbstractThe increasing use of full disk encryption (FDE) can significantly hamper digital investigations, potentially preventing access to all digital evidence in a case. The practice of shutting down an evidential computer is not an acceptable technique when dealing with FDE or even volume encryption because it may result in all data on the device being rendered inaccessible for forensic examination. To address this challenge, there is a pressing need for more effective on-scene capabilities to detect and preserve encryption prior to pulling the plug. In addition, to give digital investigators the best chance of obtaining decrypted data in the field, prosecutors need to prepare search warrants with FDE in mind. This paper describes how FDE has hampered past investigations, and how circumventing FDE has benefited certain cases. This paper goes on to provide guidance for gathering items at the crime scene that may be useful for accessing encrypted data, and for performing on-scene forensic acquisitions of live computer systems. These measures increase the chances of acquiring digital evidence in an unencrypted state or capturing an encryption key or passphrase. Some implications for drafting and executing search warrants to dealing with FDE are discussed. © 2011 PhysOrg.com ElcomSoft undoes Apple’s location security fixlast_img read more

VIDEO Student should probably get detention after crossing over his teacher into

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first_img Advertisement Based on the video, he’s lucky he didn’t tear every piece of connective tissue in the lower half of his body.Don’t be surprised if this kid gets sent to detention for bullying. The older you get, It’s becomes harder and harder to admit you just can’t do the things you used to do. As the saying goes, father time is undefeated.That everlasting truth was on display when a high school teacher attempted to D up one of his students.The video posted to the student’s Instagram account starts with the follically challenged instructor playing some intense defense, but quickly turns into a horrific mid-life crisis when the student hits him with an ankle breaking Shammgod crossover.The teacher, and his pride, end up on the floor, in a heap, as the kid cruises in for an easy bucket to pour more salt in the wound.last_img read more

NetDirector Expands its Footprint into Loan Origination

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first_imgNetDirector Expands its Footprint into Loan Origination June 29, 2015 484 Views Share NetDirector, LLC, a provider of cloud-based data and document exchange services for the mortgage banking industry, recently signed an agreement with enterprise lending solutions provider, Mortgage Machine Services, to enable them to comply with the upcoming TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) requirements, according to a recent press release.Mortgage Machine Services selected NetDirector because of its vendor neutrality and ability to swiftly build out the loan origination ecosystem, bringing together participants from loan origination systems (LOS), document management platforms, title companies, and other settlement services vendors, the release said.For more than ten years, Mortgage Machine Services has been providing mortgage bankers with tools and solutions, NetDirector said. Over the years, it has added functions and capabilities to its flagship LOS Mortgage Machine while focusing on its core business. The Mortgage Machine is now a tool that mortgage bankers need to manage customer acquisition, marketing, pricing, underwriting, closing, funding, shipping, secondary marketing, and business reporting.”Ensuring compliance with TRID is our top priority. In order to accomplish this, we needed to enhance our capability to communicate and collaborate with our service providers,” said Jeff Bode, president of Mortgage Machine Services, Inc. “NetDirector’s data exchange hub was the logical choice to connect us to all of our trading partners with their proven record in the mortgage banking industry.”According to the press release, NetDirector has been providing innovative and secure cloud-based data exchange solutions to the default servicing sector of the mortgage banking industry since 2005. NetDirector creates value for organizations by providing speed in transaction processing, reducing partner collaboration costs, and enabling greater responsiveness in serving customers.”We are excited about the opportunity of leveraging our integration expertise within the loan origination ecosystem,” said Harry Beisswenger, CEO of NetDirector. “We believe we can significantly reduce vendor integration costs by replacing the current direct interface model with a single connection hub approach. We offer a single source data mapping and interface support model that provides long-term integration reliability and portability for all network participants.”center_img Loan Originations Mortgage Machine Services NetDirector TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure 2015-06-29 Staff Writer in News, Origination, Technologylast_img read more

EGF talk to focus W

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