Periscope, which Twitter bought earlier this year, allows anyone to live-stream an event through a mobile phone. Despite the risks, big brands are going ahead with plans to use live-streaming video to attract some of the most finicky consumers. Point of sales systems like the one pictured are being compromised by hackers. Retailers hunt for new credut card breaches after warning about malware that evades almost all security software. Igors Urvancevs allegedly siphoned money out Mr Forrest’s family bank accounts by installing a virus on a home computer.

Hacker linked through a Russian email address to the theft of a record 1. 2b credentials, the FBI court documents show. Hilton has advised customers to check their bank statements after a malware incident. Hilton advises customers to check their bank statements after malware incident. Liz Kaelin of food-tech startup You Chews. Liz Kaelin was tired of eating sad sandwiches at corporate events. A trained dietician, Kaelin knew it was a waste of her day’s calories, especially in a city flooded with food options.

A strong statement from one of the busiest and most powerful US executives on the importance of family time. Members of the security community have not been as positive about Kim Dotcom’s plans as he’d hoped. Eccentric entrepreneur’s ‘new private internet’ is ‘brittle, unforgiving and only applicable to very unusual people’, security expert says. Ten Australian companies receive grants from federal fund to commercialise innovative ideas. John Lyons and Team Melbourne at their work space. Team Australia took away much more than a prize: friendships and stories to last a lifetime. William «Bill» Ready, chief executive officer of Braintree Payment Solutions.

The proliferation of smartphones is presenting a once-in-a-generation opportunity to introduce a new paradigm. Australian government agencies and organisations are increasingly vulnerable to a major cyber attack yet security has not evolved in more than 20 years, according to an international cybercrime expert. Intelligence officials in Europe and the US were picking up ‘chatter’ as early as September about a potential Islamic State-related attack on France but lost the ability to track the exchanges when the militants switched to encrypted communications. Leonard Reinsfelder’s wife found a note on her car as she was leaving a shopping centre one day: ‘Have your husband give us a call. We think we could use him. Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar have filed for an initial public offering in the United States.

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USN Medic Louis Kost gets attacked by Bruno crop retouch. Significant dog bites affect tens of millions of people globally each year. It is estimated that two percent of the US population, from 4. 7 million people, are bitten by dogs each year. Most bites occur in children. In the 1980s and 1990s the US averaged 17 fatalities per year, while in the 2000s this has increased to 26. Rabies results in the death of approximately 55,000 people a year, with most of the causes due to dog bites.

Even without provocation, some dogs will bite. All dog breeds can inflict a bite. Breed is not an accurate predictor of whether or not a dog will bite. This may be due to their size. These breeds are more frequently owned by people involved in crime. From 2000 to 2009, media accounts were compared with reports available from animal control officials. It was determined that in a sample of 256 dog bite-related fatalities, breed could only be validly determined in 45 cases, and the attacks in these 45 cases were dispersed among 20 different breeds and 2 known mixes. The American Veterinary Medical Association released a statement that this study «cannot be used to infer any breed specific risk for dog bite fatalities». These figures reporting certain breeds as being more prone to biting has found those to be the breeds in the greatest population where the dog bites are reported. A 2015 study in Ireland found that dog bite injuries greatly increased since the introduction of legislation targeting specific dog breeds. This study also suggested that targeting dog breeds may actually contribute to increases in dog-bite hospitalisations through the reinforcing of incorrect stereotypes of risk being determined by breed.