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Child Porn Video Gets More Than 1000 People Charged in Denmark for Sharing it

Danish authorities have charged more than 1,000 people—all but eight of them under age 25—with distributing child pornography for sharing a video of a 15-year-old girl and several boys engaging in sexual activity, Danish National Police announced Monday.

Those who were charged allegedly forwarded two video clips—one 50 seconds long, the other nine seconds—through Facebook’s Messenger app. The teenagers were recorded in March 2015 engaging in sexual acts by two friends, who first shared the videos online. The exact content of the videos is unclear, but an account from the alleged victim in the Dutch newspaper Information said she was engaging in intercourse with a boy when four of his friends showed up. 

“What happened then, she does not want to describe in detail,” the publication reported. 

After catching the clip, Facebook alerted the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in the United

Read more at: http://www.newsweek.com/danish-1000-charged-child-porn-video-782375

Police log: Police warn people to lock their vehicle doors

MDJ Jody Eyer’s new office is located behind MMPW Volunteer Fire Station off Main Street, Mercersburg. A ribbon cutting, attended by Franklin County Commissioners was held Tuesday, January 9, 2018.
Markell DeLoatch, Public Opinion

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Why People Are Asking Questions About That Bizarre Viral DeLorean Fire

This is one of those stories that, at first, just seems simple and terrible. Unfortunately, the more that gets revealed, the less simple everything becomes. The whole thing revolves around one awful event: a 1981 DeLorean destroyed by fire. However, since it’s blown up on the local news and Car Internet, a lot of people are asking questions about what happened.

Around noon on Jan. 5, Daryl Kemsley, a 22-year old YouTuber with a taste for exotic cars, was driving his 1981 DeLorean, his childhood dream car. Kemsley claims he had just agreed to sell the DeLorean for $70,000, and was driving the car back from a mechanic after a pre-sale inspection.

During the drive in Orem, Utah, Kemsley claims in a Facebook post that he was rear-ended by a driver who

Read more at: https://jalopnik.com/why-people-are-asking-questions-about-that-bizarre-vira-1821888602

Where could they be? The struggle to cope when people go missing

The New Year’s resolution for many families and friends of missing persons is simply that: resolution.

“It’s terrible to think that we may never know,” said Diane Caldwell-Demmon, whose son Luther Demmon, 25, was last seen in Vancouver on Oct. 22.

“It’s very surreal. It’s like we’re in limbo. You don’t know what to do. You can’t fix it, you can’t solve it, there’s no closure, there’s no resolution.”

Thousands of people are reported missing to police across British Columbia every year. In 2017, the Vancouver Police Department received more than 5,000 reports — an average year.

The good news is that most cases get solved. But there are always some that don’t — leaving families feeling desperate, holding out hope that their loved one will return or at least be found, so there can be closure.

‘Reassure them’

Cst. Karen Cedik is an investigator with Surrey RCMP’s

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/when-people-go-missing-bc-families-1.4468993

China’s Most Popular Apps Are Also Helping Find the Country’s Missing People

This post comes courtesy of our content partners at TechNode.

Jinri Toutiao is now the single biggest finder of missing people in China. Since incorporating the functionality in February 2016 until mid-December 2017, the news recommendation app helped find 4,126 missing people. And it’s not the only app helping the authorities locate people.

Several of the most popular apps in China have the additional function of helping locate missing persons through localized push notifications. Scores of specialist apps for registering family members young and old or reporting suspected child trafficking have also been appearing in the country’s app stores.

Based on figures provided to TechNode by parent company Bytedance, Jinri Toutiao is making the most headway with location-based notifications. Of the 4,126 people it found, 1,457 were elderly and 383 children. Toutiao sends push notifications to users of its apps within 10 kilometers of where a missing person was last

Read more at: https://www.thebeijinger.com/blog/2017/12/27/chinas-most-popular-apps-are-also-helping-find-countrys-missing-people

China’s most popular apps are also helping find the country’s missing people

Jinri Toutiao is now the single biggest finder of missing people in China. Since incorporating the functionality in February 2016 until mid-December 2017, the news recommendation app helped find 4,126 missing people. And it’s not the only app helping the authorities locate people.

Several of the most popular apps in China have the additional function of helping locate missing persons through localized push notifications. Scores of specialist apps for registering family members young and old or reporting suspected child trafficking have also been appearing in the country’s app stores.

Based on figures provided to TechNode by parent company Bytedance, Jinri Toutiao is making the most headway with location-based notifications. Of the 4,126 people it found, 1,457 were elderly and 383 children. Toutiao sends push notifications to users of its apps within 10 kilometers of where a missing person was last seen. Parent company ByteDance has set up direct working relations with

Read more at: https://technode.com/2017/12/26/chinas-popular-apps-also-help-find-missing-people/

Netflix Is Confused About The People Watching This Christmas Film 18 Days In A Row

Netflix recently revealed some pretty interesting stats about its users’ viewing habits in its 2017 Year in Review. Some have proven to be hilarious (whoever’s watched Bee Movie 347 times in 2017), some unsurprising (we’ve collectively watched 140 million hours of Netflix a day this year), while others have just been downright baffling – like the fact that 53 people have watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days.

Credit: Netflix / A Christmas Prince

A Christmas Prince is a 2017 Christmas rom-com film – and probably one of the few Netflix Originals you’ve never heard of, unlike Narcos, Stranger Things, BoJack Horseman, Love, The Crown, House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, Making a Murderer, Master of None and others.

Even Netflix is questioning why everyone’s been watching it so much – and it’s Netflix’s own.

Starring Rose McIver (we dunno either) and Ben Lamb (yep,

Read more at: http://www.ladbible.com/entertainment/film-and-tv-netflix-is-worried-about-those-watching-this-film-18-days-in-a-row-20171211

People are absolutely addicted to the new, intense mystery on Netflix




By Paul Moore

You’ll be thinking about this for days.

A large part of the appeal of Stranger Things has been its reverence and love for other film but earlier this month, Netflix added a new TV show that’s drawing comparisons to the events in Hawkins.

We’ve kept our eyes on Dark for quite some time now – the original trailer was great, as was the second one – and while the plot does resemble the first season of Stranger Things, this is very, very different.

The plot revolves around the disappearance of two kids in the German small-town of Winden. The investigation ultimately opens abysses that turn the concept of time on its head. The question is not who has kidnapped the children… but when?

If you love shows that invite you to ‘go down the rabbit hole’ and theorise over for days

Read more at: https://www.joe.ie/movies-tv/people-are-absolutely-addicted-to-the-new-mystery-on-netflix-609161

New Kit Claims to Help Find Missing People

Parents have a lot of worries. A big one is, what if my child goes missing? Now, there’s a new device that says it can be a big help finding missing kids, even senior citizens, who wander off.

For four decades, Bob Anderson’s been training K-9s to track the scent of criminals, missing people and lost children.

“I believe it can be extremely helpful,” said Anderson, who owns the International K-9 College in West Palm Beach.

Beth Falcon bought this Scent Evidence K-9 kit for her daughter, Mia. The jar preserves your child’s unique scent for a search and rescue dog to pick up. Simply swab under the child’s arm five times, put the swab inside and attach the seal.

“God forbid somebody took them or they got lost. I think as a parent that’s one of your biggest fears,” said Falcon.

The National

Read more at: http://www.wpbf.com/article/new-kit-claims-to-help-find-missing-people/13822648

Senate passes bill to help locate people with Alzheimer’s

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In this issue: The applications in wearables, virtual reality, wound care, resident transportation, infection control screening, robotic pet therapy and more.

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