City Prosecutor Kristi Pettit Venhuizen told the court Aug
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The critic of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in a tweet wrote, we offer a wide variety of sports, roads, use the hashtag #MorffiHassTheKeys. including the church’s opposition to same-sex marriage. called IMSI catchers, D-Ore. on May 22 The letter didn’t specify what entity operated the devices and left open the possibility that there could be alternative explanations for the suspicious cellular signals collected by the federal testing program last yearThe discovery bolsters years of independent research suggesting that foreign intelligence agencies use sophisticated interception technology to spy on officials working within the hub of federal power in the nation’s capital Experts in surveillance technology say that IMSI catchers – sometimes known by one popular brand name Stingrays – are a standard part of the toolkit for many foreign intelligence services including for such geopolitical rivals as Russia and ChinaA DHS spokesman confirmed the contents of the letter to Wyden but declined further comment"This admission from DHS bolsters my concern about stingrays and other spying devices being used to spy on Americans’ phones" Wyden said in a statement on Thursday "Given the reports of rogue spying devices being identified near the White House and other government facilities I fear that foreign intelligence services could target the president and other senior officials"The DHS letter came in response to a meeting last month in which Wyden pushed for more aggressive federal response to cellular system insecurity IMSI catchers are widely used by local state and federal police as well as foreign intelligence agenciesThe devices work by simulating cell towers to trick nearby phones into connecting allowing the IMSI catchers to collect calls texts and data streams Unlike some other forms of cell-phone interception IMSI catchers must be near targeted devices in order to workWhen they are in range IMSI catchers also can deliver malicious software to targeted devices for the purpose of stealing information stored on them or conducting longer-term monitoring of communicationsThe same May 22 letter revealed that DHS was aware of reports that a global cellular network messaging called SS7 was being used to spy on Americans through their cell phones Such surveillance which can intercept calls and locate cell phones from anywhere in the world are sometimes used in conjunction with IMSI catchers ESD America a defense and law enforcement technology contractor based in Las Vegas has reported detecting IMSI catchers throughout the Washington area while conducting testing for private clientsThe company which said it has federal contracts declined to comment on work it has done for the US government but said in a statement "ESD America has several corporate and foreign government clients whom we have assisted in the detection of potential IMSI Catcher operation across many cities including Washington DC"In the DHS tests which took place over the past three years the company said it had detected signs of IMSI catchers near the White House the FBI headquarters the Senate the Pentagon the Russian Embassy and along the collection of other foreign embassies in an area known as Embassy Row in Northwest WashingtonThe Washington area’s dense collection of US officials and sensitive facilities makes it prime real estate for cellular interception experts say"For any large intelligence agency the United States especially now is a high-value target" said Thomas Rid a political science professor at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies "They get paid to go after high-value targets It’s their job It’s a complete no-brainer"The letter said DHS officials during a pilot program last year "did observe anomalous activity that appeared consistent with IMSI catcher technology" within the Washington area including near the White House It cautioned that DHS "has neither validated nor attributed such activity to specific entities devices or purposes" and said that some of the suspicious signals may have been "emanating from legitimate cell towers"Experts on cellular interception say that various IMSI catchers have distinctive designs making it clear from the resulting cellular signals and behavior whether they were made by American companies or by manufacturers in other countriesCivil liberties groups have long warned that IMSI catchers are used with few limits by US authorities who collect calls texts and other data from innocent bystanders as they conduct surveillance on criminal suspects or other legitimate targets Increasingly though critics have sought to portray the technology as posing threats to national security because foreign intelligence services use them on Americans both while in the United States and abroad"This is a huge concern from a national security perspective" said Laura Moy deputy director of Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology "People have been warning for years. that these devices were used by foreign agents operating on American soil"The surveillance devices are hard to counteract though encrypted calling and messaging apps — such as Signal WhatsApp or Apple’s FaceTime — provide protection against IMSI catchers Some experts advocate wider deployment of such encrypted communication tools within the US government along with a move away from traditional cellular calling and textingWyden and others also have called on the Federal Communications Commission which along with DHS oversees the security of American cellular networks to institute stronger protections against IMSI catchers including possible technical fixes that cellular carriers or device makers could implement to resist surveillanceThe FCC said in response to questions about the discovery of IMSI catchers in Washington "We continue to monitor reports of the use of IMSI devices and to coordinate closely with our counterparts at DHS DOJ and the FBI The FCC strenuously enforces its rules against the unauthorized use of licensed radio spectrum and harmful interference with licensed users of the airwaves"Story by Craig Timberg Timberg is a national technology reporter for The Washington Post Since joining The Post in 1998 he has been a reporter editor and foreign correspondent and he contributed to The Post’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the National Security Agency"The atmosphere with the spectators and participants was the best I’ve seen" said Reid Huttunen director of development at Special Olympics North DakotaThis was the ninth year for the Polar Plunge in Grand Forks and 71 participants raised more than $15000 Huttunen saidThe Polar Plunge an annual fundraiser organized by North Dakota law enforcement as part of the year-round Law Enforcement Torch Run raises awareness and funds to benefit Special Olympics North Dakota which is part of an international nonprofit that provides those with intellectual disabilities fitness and wellness programsThat’s why four prominent members of area law enforcement—UND Police Chief Eric Plummer Grand Forks Police Chief Mark Nelson Grand Forks County Sheriff Bob Rost and North Dakota Highway Patrol Col Michael Gerhart—held scorecards and judged the jumpers for the best costumes and belly flopsParticipants dressed in various costumes and were announced before taking turns jumping into a cold pool of water outdoors After jumping each person was wrapped in a warm towel and ushered inside to a heated poolBenjamin Pelton of Grand Forks Air Force Base Honor Guard took the top prize for best belly flop"My chest is beet red right now" Pelton said after the jumpPelton has participated in a Polar Plunge in New York about six times but this was his first time in Grand Forks"I just love helping out the Special Olympics" he saidDorothy Sparks dressed as Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz" won a prize in the best costume category Last year she dressed as a Looney Tunes character she saidUND seniors Erin Gilbertson and Shannah Henk wore business attire for their plunge The two were part of an eight-member team from Alpha Kappa Psi a business fraternity at UND that raised the most money for the Plunge—$1210While most of the jumpers said the water was cold the warm weather in Grand Forks helped with the jump Saturday"We got very lucky" said Kimberly Spivack who’s participated in Polar Plunge six timesShe jumped with her coworkers from Altru Family Birthing Center Bailey Norgren and Cortney Walters The three dressed as elderly women with rollers in their hair a nightgown and slippers "First of all it’s fun" Spivack said "Second of all it raises money for a good cause"Meghan Berger was the youngest jumper in the Plunge The 8-year-old who has participated in the event since she was 5 attended with her father Jonathon Berger who works at the Anne Carlsen Center which works with people with disabilities and their families in Grand ForksBerger said she chooses to jump—even though it’s cold—"because I want to help people"When all of these jumpers were asked whether they would take the plunge again next year all of them replied "Definitely" troops of Sub-Sector B deployed at Anyilamo while on carrying out patrol along Buruku-Uba-Abeda-Ameh and Fadama Kuturu also in Benue State apprehended three herdsmen destroying farmland with their cattle. 2017 that declared the Stop-work order issued by the ministry as a contravention of the Court’s directives to maintain status quo and thus deemed it illegal.Additionally.
" she later said in an interview.Madonna Credit: PAMadonna claimed that she had no idea the items were no longer in her possession, "I understand that my DNA could be extracted from a piece of my hair.Ramsey County District Judge Gary Bastian also sentenced Steven Pierre Williams to 354 days in jail but gave him credit for the 354 days he served in the case following his arrest Paul home in April 2016.A 17-year-old also was charged in the case and later convicted and sentencedThe girl now 14 was sexually assaulted after she was driven to a house on Albemarle Street in St Paul and taken to the basement described as “messy” and strewn with beer cans and cigar wrappers according to the criminal complaintOnce there the girl told police that the 17-year-old’s friends pulled her pants down and he raped herWilliams whose DNA profile matched that of a sample collected during the victim’s sexual assault examination told police he was at the house for a “get-together” that evening and asked the girl for oral sex but she refused the complaint saidHe initially claimed he didn’t touch the girl but later said he “had sex with her for eight seconds … and went back upstairs where he shot dice” but that she “was OK” with it charges saidThe victim said the assault continued until a woman came downstairs began yelling at the males and walked her out of the home before instructing her to call the policeThe other teen was sentenced to 12 to 18 months at the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Red Wing for male juvenilesStorrs has shared the senior vice provost role with Hesham El-Rewini dean of the College of Engineering and Mines Both had agreed to spend 25 percent of their time managing portfolios in the provost’s office with the help of faculty fellows El-Rewini has chosen to return to his position as a dean full-timeStorrs will take over full-time once an interim dean for the college is selected Until then she will perform both roles"It’s bittersweet because I certainly love my college but in this new role I get to support not just my college but all colleges so that’s pretty exciting for me" she saidPeter Johnson a spokesman for the university said an interim dean for the College of Arts and Sciences has not yet been namedIn her time as dean Storrs oversaw the consolidation of Arts and Sciences departments in Columbia Hall as well as the process of shouldering the largest portion of the university’s 2017 budget cuts She also was at the helm for the late 2016 organization of UND communication programs as an official campus departmentEarlier this year Storrs interviewed for a provost position at the University of Tennessee-ChattanoogaStorrs said she believes it is an "exciting time for the university" and added that she looks forward to joining the provost’s office on a full-time basisAs a part of her new position several colleges will report to her as well as the Honors Program essential studies arts collection and the International Center as well as several other areas Student Academic Services also will begin reporting to Storrs’ office this yearIn addition Storrs will serve as the liaison to the North Dakota University System She will represent Provost Tom DiLorenzo at the Academic Affairs Council"That’s what I love about this role" she said "It’s expansive it touches every aspect of the university I get to support all the colleges The work I do supports both faculty and students"Jeff Holm will continue to lead Online UND and the Office of Analytics and Planning The search for a vice provost for enrollment management also is underway and the provost’s office expects to have a final decision for that position in the next few weeks in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building with Kavanaugh, his partying,com/hS3Gikknrk- Dan Bilefsky (@DanBilefsky) June 24, The banner appeared to be hanging from the Palacio Cibeles.
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City Prosecutor Kristi Pettit Venhuizen told the court Aug