News Burst 15 April 2023
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- Federal authorities arrested Jack Teixeira, the 21-year-old from the intelligence department of the Massachusetts Air National Guard who is believed to be responsible for the leak of hundreds of classified Pentagon documents containing information on the conflict in Ukraine and from which Washington’s espionage against allied countries would emerge. The arrest took place after a team from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) carried out a search at the home of the soldier’s mother, coordinator of a private server on Discord (messaging application used by online gamers) on which in recent months hundreds of photographs depicting the classified documents have been published. The arrest was confirmed by the FBI, which added that “authorized activity is underway” in a house in North Dighton, Massachusetts.
- Get Free Report owner Elon Musk sat down with the BBC tech reporter James Clayton for an interview that appears to have turned into a catfight on Wednesday, April 12. In the interview, Clayton attempts to address the reported rise in hate speech on Twitter. Musk demands examples. “What hate speech are you talking about? I mean, you use Twitter, right? Do you see a rise in hate speech? Just a personal anecdote, do you? I don’t.” When Clayton says yes, and that he sees “more hateful content” in his “For You” feed, Elon asks “Content you don’t like, what do you mean, describe a hateful thing?” Clayton defines it loosely, citing posts that are “slightly racist” or “slightly sexist”. In response, Musk asks, “So you think if something is slightly sexist, it should be banned?” When Clayton asks about Twitter’s changes to covid19 misinformation policies, Musk turns the question around on the reporter, asking Clayton to explain the BBC’s “misinformation about covid”.
- The Pentagon “leak” could have been deliberately orchestrated to force the removal of US President Joe Biden and/or to expand the power of the US government to regulate anything posted on the Internet, Larry Johnson, retired CIA intelligence officer and ex-State Department official, said. Twenty-one-year-old Airman 1st Class Jack Teixeira was arrested on Thursday over the much-discussed Pentagon “leaks”. In an affidavit accompanying the charges, an FBI special agent revealed that Teixeira had security clearance for the highest level of classification, “top secret/sensitive compartmented information” (TS/SCI). “It’s not normal. It’s not typical. It’s not easy, particularly for a member of the National Guard [to gain this level of clearance],” Larry Johnson, a veteran of the CIA and the State Department’s Office of Counter Terrorism, who provided training to the US Military’s Special Operations task force for 24 years, told Sputnik. “So, this is very unusual and strange. The thing that captures my attention is that the individual was part of the Air Force unit that’s involved with information warfare. At that age and at that low rank the possibilities that he would have unlimited access to highly classified material is just extremely unlikely.”
- A Kenyan man has been exposed for disguising himslf as a woman in order to compete in the female section of the 2023 Open Chess Championship in Nairobi. Stanley Omondi wore a hijab and registered for the women’s tournament under the name Millicent Awuor, local media reported on Thursday. Omondi, who is said to have avoided interactions with other players, raised suspicions after defeating former Kenyan champion Gloria Jumba and Uganda’s top player, Ampaira Shakira. According to reports, he admitted to being a man after being questioned by arbiters, and cited financial difficulties as the reason for his conduct.
- Germany’s scientific community urged Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Friday to reconsider pulling the plug on the remaining three nuclear power plants as the country continues to suffer from rising energy costs. “In view of the threat the obvious energy crisis in which Germany and Europe find themselves due to the unavailability of Russian natural gas, we call on you to continue operating the last German nuclear power plants,” the open letter read. Germany was to phase out nuclear plants by 2022 but the global energy crunch that began in 2021 and continued through last year led the government to push the deadline to April 15, 2023.
- The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) is preparing a bill that would introduce criminal liability for using ‘deepfakes’ for fraudulent purposes such as extortion or theft. The details of the proposal were posted to the party’s Telegram channel on Friday. Yaroslav Nilov , deputy head of the LDPR faction in the lower house of parliament, the State Duma, noted that deepfakes – images and videos that have been altered using a neural network – can be used by plotters to deceive and obtain money from victims. State Duma Deputy Arkadiy Svistunov explained that fraud in the banking and financial sector is growing, and that deep fake technology is becoming an additional tool used by attackers who employ social engineering to convince victims to reveal their passwords, personal data or even transfer money to an account. “It is difficult for banks to deal with this, because formally everything is according to the law,” he said.
- Hundreds of people began gathering in front of the Paris City Hall on Friday to protest the controversial pension reform after the French Constitutional Council approved it. People started coming to the esplanade on Friday evening to wait for the decision of the Constitutional Council, the correspondent said. Less than an hour after the announcement of the council’s decision to approve the reform, the esplanade was filled with protesters, the correspondent noted. The protesters began firing flares and chanting through loudspeakers, “Rise up, Paris!” and “We’re here; the decision is ours!” and singing battle songs.
- The Russian parliamentary commission has concluded that the US aims to develop “a universal genetically engineered bioweapon”, capable of infecting not only people, but animals as well as agricultural crops.
- China and Brazil are in favor of discussing the expansion of the BRICS format, the two countries said in a joint statement on Friday. The statement was issued following the meeting between Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Chinese President Xi Jinping on April 14 in Beijing. BRICS unites the world’s largest developing economies — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. A number of other countries intend to join the economic bloc, including Argentina, Iran, Indonesia, Turkiye, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt.
- Former US Energy Department nuclear waste manager Sam Brinton pleaded no contest on Wednesday to charges of stealing a woman’s suitcase from the baggage carousel at a Las Vegas airport last July. He avoided jail time but was given a 180-day suspended sentence. As part of the plea deal, the felony theft charge was knocked down to a misdemeanor and Brinton, who uses ‘they/them’ pronouns, was ordered to pay $3,670 in restitution to the victim, according to court records seen by the Daily Mail. Brinton was caught on camera stealing the luggage after a woman traveling from Washington DC to Las Vegas on United Airlines told officials that the bag she had checked, containing jewelry, makeup, contact lenses, and clothing, had vanished en route.
- Residents across Washington County, Maine were treated to a rare sight last Saturday, April 8, as a fireball streaked across the sky. Now, the Maine Mineral and Gem Museum in Bethel is offering a hefty reward for anyone who can produce a significant fragment of the meteorite. Half a dozen reports to the American Meteor Society(AMS) Saturday provided eye-witness details to the mid-day spectacle. One of the AMS reports comes from Caroline B., who wrote, “Ball was bright red and smoke trail was very white and it was so bright — especially against the clear blue sky.” Another, Clara T, said “it had a long glowing tail.” According to an April 10 release, which was followed up by a post on their Facebook page Wednesday (April 12), the Maine Mineral and Gem Museum is offering $25,000 for a kilogram-size piece of Saturday’s meteorite.
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