But it would not be restricted to phones and PCs, a tech industry chief told the Commons science and technology committee.
Antony Walker, of techUK, said anything that connected to the internet could “in theory” be hacked into.
In the future, this could include driverless cars or household appliances connected to the internet – the so-called Internet of Things – said Mr Walker.
He said the Home Office needed to spell out more clearly where it draws the line over what it calls “equipment interference”, highlighting recent concerns about “smart toys” that connect to the internet and have microphones and cameras built-in.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Sex offenders not monitored and vulnerable children left at risk
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary has demanded further action after inspectors found:
Officers failed to recognise children at risk of exploitation despite clear warning signs.
Lack of training had resulted in ‘poor investigations’.
250 sex offender checks were not carried out.
Year-long delays for analysis of computers and other electronic devices in a huge backlog.
Children went missing more than 10 times without any action to protect them.
And youths are unnecessarily being kept overnight in cells.
Seventeen out of 21 cases of child sex exploitation looked at by inspectors were deemed to be be ‘inadequate’ or ‘required improvement’. The revelations led to West Midlands MEP Bill Etheridge to ask: “What they hell is going on? These crimes are the worst in society and the police need to do everything they can to root it out and we expect them to do it professionally and exceptionally. If we haven’t got the right people for the job, then we need to get rid of them and get someone else in.”
The inspectors’ report said some improvements have been made over the past 12 months. However, it revealed there are 720 children identified as at risk of sexual abuse in the area and that police chiefs had increased the number of dedicated to its public protection unit by 370 officers plus 16 support staff.
Similar shortcomings by West Midlands Police, which is led by Chief Constable Chris Sims, in dealing with child protection were highlighted by inspectors in 2014.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Miley Cyrus’ “BB Talk” Celebrates Child Abuse
Although Miley Cyrus is a veteran at pushing unsound garbage to the masses, BB Talk reaches a new low by outright celebrating child abuse. This video truly embodies everything that is wrong with the entertainment industry.
The story of Miley Cyrus is rather sad and, unfortunately, it keeps getting sadder. Recruited by Disney at a very young age, she quickly became another case of a child star turned to an oversexualized minor. For her post-Disney career, a brand new persona was created: A wild, short-haired, drugged up freak and industry slave who is 100% geared towards pushing the occult elite’s ugly agenda (as documented by my previous articles about her). As the figurehead of the Beta Kitten system, Miley has little to no control over her career and is constantly placed in degrading situations and made to act out all of the perversions of the occult elite.
BB Talk is yet another attack to basic human decency as it is clearly celebrates, normalizes and trivializes the sexualization of children. The entire context of this song is nothing less than a child abuser’s ultimate fantasy. Watching the video is simply revolting (you really don’t need to watch it) – especially when one considers Miley’s “industry” upbringing.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on 3 ISIS Twitter accounts ‘trace back to UK govt computers,’ claim hackers
At least three Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) supporters’ social media accounts are run from IP addresses linked to the British government’s Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), a group of hackers has claimed.
The group of teenage computer experts, known as ‘VandaSec,’ have unearthed details of internet protocol (IP) addresses used by three jihadists to access Twitter accounts used to carry out online recruitment.
The addresses were thought to be based in Saudi Arabia, but upon further inspection they linked back to the DWP’s London offices, according to the Daily Mirror.
“Don’t you think that’s strange?” one of the hackers asked the Daily Mirror.
“We traced these accounts back to London, the home of the British intelligence services,” they added.