18 Year Old Hacks the Head of CIA

by admin on April 27, 2018

35611264264_42fbb8164c_zAn 18 year old from the UK has been sentenced to two years in jail for hacking the email accounts of the heads of top US intelligence agencies. He said his motivation was support for the Palestinians and was against the US “killing innocent civilians”.

The hacker, Kane Gamble will go to a youth detention facility for his prison sentence. Prosecutor John Lloyd-Jones, said that Gamble was able to access highly sensitive information from top US intelligence agencies by impersonating his targets through emails and gaining password access.

One of his victims included CIA chief John Brennan, US Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, Obama’s deputy national security adviser Avril Haines and FBI special agent Amy Hess.

Gamble had access to the US Department of Justice network and read files on court cases such as the Deepwater oil spill. He reportedly shared some of the files with WikiLeaks.

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800px-SamivestArizona, along with the federal government and 19 other states have passed a law that makes it a criminal offense to pass off their pet as service animal if it is just a regular pet. Service dogs may be identified by their owners under federal law by being asked two questions; if the animal in question is required for a disability and if they are, what are they trained to do, says Senator John Kavanagh.

The Senator acknowledges the debate of whether people with disabilities may be targeted with the new statute. He reassures that the law is meant to help people with actual disabilities who need service dogs; such as people with low blood pressure, people suffering from PTSD etc. In addition, the law will weed out pet owners who purchase service animal vests online and fraudulently claim that their pet is a service animal.

The fine for people misrepresenting a service animal will be a $250 fine. Kavanagh explains that fake service animals are a serious issue and pose a “health risk”. Animals that are just pets can cause problems with service dogs such as get into fights.

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