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All entries submitted between 09:00 15/01/2018 to 09:00 01/02/2018 will go into the draw for a family holiday to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. One winner will be selected from all entries received and brought to air during The Breakfast Show per day between 29/01/2018 and 02/02/2018.

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(AP) North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory shows no signs of backing down in the face of the federal government Monday deadline to declare he won enforce the new state law limiting protections for LGBT people defiance that could risk funding for the state university system and lead to a protracted legal battle. Justice Department warned last week that the law passed in March violates civil rights protections against sex discrimination on the job and in education for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

In letters, federal civil rights enforcement attorneys focused particularly on provisions requiring transgender people to use public restrooms that correspond to their biological sex. A federal lawsuit against the state is possible, the Justice Department said.

the federal government being a bully. It making law, McCrory said on News Sunday. The Justice Department is to define gender identity, and there is no clear identification or definition of gender identity. Still, McCrory wouldn disclose how the state would respond in writing.

looking at all my options, he said.

McCrory has called the law a common sense measure. He said it designed to protect the privacy of people who use bathrooms and locker rooms and to expect all people inside the facilities to be of the same gender. McCrory said Sunday he was not aware of any North Carolina cases of transgender people using their gender identity to access a restroom and molest someone, a fear frequently cited by the law supporters as the main reason for its passage.

While McCrory agreed that the Justice Department could warn of consequences if North Carolina established separate bathrooms for white and black people, the governor said the agency goes too far in contending that transgender people enjoy similar civil rights protections.

can definitely define the race of people. It very hard to define transgender or gender identity, McCrory said. He added that he had made a request for more time to respond to the Justice Department but that was denied.

The governor has become the public face of the law called House Bill 2, which has been the subject of fierce criticism by gay rights groups, corporate executives and entertainers demanding that the law be repealed. North Carolina has already paid a price for the law, with some business scaling back investments in the state and associations cancelling conventions.

The 17 campus UNC system risks losing more than $1.4 billion in federal funds if they don comply. Another $800 million in federally backed loans for students who attend the public universities also would be at risk if it found that enforcing the law violates Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, which bars discrimination based on sex. The letter to McCrory said the law also violates Title VII, which bars employment discrimination.

Repealing the law also would satisfy the attorneys, but GOP lawmakers who run the General Assembly had no plans before to do so Monday.

Senate leader Phil Berger of Eden said last week that he frustrated because have a federal administration that is so determined to push a radical social agenda that they would threaten federal funding. just think the people should be frustrated and people should be angry. President Margaret Spellings has said that while the university system is obligated to follow the law, it did not endorse the law. Spellings said later she hoped legislators would change the law, which could discourage promising faculty and students from coming to system campuses. McCrory said the system governing board wouldn get together until Tuesday to discuss the issue.

Civil liberties groups and several individuals already have sued to challenge the law, which also prevents local governments from passing rules giving protections to LGBT people while using public accommodations such as restaurants and stores. The state law was designed to block an ordinance by the city council in Charlotte. Dalesio contributed to this report. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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I sure they sold already, as these were the first five items I saw on a popular, local Facebook sale site the other day, a popular local Facebook sale site my wife was kicked out of.

My wife has been cleaning out our more or less finished attic. The idea is to move the boy upstairs into the space, thus allowing his two younger sisters to each have their own room. It a good idea, and once we can convince him there are no monsters residing in the attic, I think we get him up there. (Sidenote: It a good space. Low ceilings on the edges, but big enough in the middle for even big ol me to stand. By the time my son is 14 he be sneaking cigarettes up there. From space heaters to my baseball cards (not for sale, Ms. Edelstein, don even ask), from infant clothes to baby gates, it all jammed up there.

But it mostly kids stuff.

Now understand this: Virtually all of the crap we buy for the kids is second (and sometimes third, fourth, who knows) hand. Clothes, toys, everything. It is, without question, the way to do it. My kids are well dressed in last year fashions and have more Legos than the Danish king, all for pennies on the dollar.

And while my wife is always buying, she isn always selling. Once or twice a year she do the local school sale, maybe we have a garage sale. She not a pack rat, so don assume that. (In fact, I want to make this point clear. I need to make that clear,
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for fear she murder me. She wants and demands things are clean and streamlined.

The other day, she posted a North Face jacket. Probably $80 or so new, she was selling it for $10 or something. (We got it for free, I was informed, so this was a great deal for us. Infinite profit.)

And that when things took a turn for the dramatic.

Someone someone else in the first seconds it was up. For those of you unfamiliar with this process, it when you see something you think someone else will like, so you type their name in the comments, and then it shows up as a notification on their Facebook feed. Real (flesh and blood) world analogy: You having a garage sale, and someone sees the jacket, and they think their friend would like it, so they call them and leave a message. But the analogy breaks down here, because apparently, according to the rules of these sites, when someone is tagged, they have four hours to make up their mind. So imagine your yard sale again, and someone sees the jacket, leaves a message for their friend, and now you have to wait four hours to see if they want it, nevermind if there a billion other people that stop by and want to give you money for it. A fuproar, if you will. People got maaaaad. rule! people screamed. hours!

My wife ignored it all. The jacket (porch pick up) was grabbed within the hour. (Which, frankly,
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seems to be the whole point of these yard sale sites. Quick action. I don want to post something and have to wait four hours for someone to make a decision. That ridiculous.)

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Within a few hours, hundreds of people in Penn Yan knew what happened inside of Lloyds Limited Pub on Christmas Eve.

“I was just heartbroken, I was so surprised that such a thing like that would happen,” resident Joan Hanson Eldred told us.

“All the sudden, it all over Facebook and people are private messaging this horrendous video and we in a small town, everybody knows everybody,” adds Angel Neal. “Everybody knew everybody involved so it was shocking to say the least.”

The 40 second video is so shocking that we won share it with you. It appears to show the bar owner, Bob Champlin,
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sexually assaulting a woman who is lying motionless on the bar.

Jennifer Lewke: “What was your reaction when you saw that video?”

Chief Thomas Dunham: “Yeah, it disturbing, it disturbing footage for sure.”

Penn Yan police executed a search warrant at the bar Tuesday to get the surveillance video from inside the bar that night. They currently reviewing it to get a clearer picture of everything that happened.

Angel Neal runs the diner right next door to Lloyd and has known Bob Champlin for years. “Definitely he needs to be prosecuted, I mean that above and beyond, that predatory,” Neal says.

She also thinks the woman who shot the video clip and the other man who was in the bar at the time should face charges. “Somebody taping it, people are watching this why did not anyone step in, that disturbing to me.”

That seems to be the general consensus around town.

The police chief tells us the whole incident is still under investigation. In the meantime,
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Lloyd Limited Pub hasn been open since that night.

We did try to reach the owner of the bar on Wednesday. We called all the numbers we could find for him and went to his home. He was not there and didn get back to us.

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Facebook will now send an alert any time a photo of you is uploaded to the social network even if you aren tagged in it.

The company has used facial recognition since 2010 to suggest who should be tagged in a photo. But now, it feels so confident it can identify your face, it send you a notification when it spots you in any shot.

The move is intended to prevent impersonation, a widespread issue on social media sites. In India, the company has tested a feature to fight the issue by blocking users from downloading profile pictures to pretend they are someone else.

goal in building these features is really to empower people and help them manage their identity on Facebook, Rob Sherman, Facebook deputy chief privacy officer, told CNN Tech.

But the latest tool raises privacy concerns.

right for consumers to be a little concerned about a company like Facebook using this technology, John Breyault vice president at the National Consumer League told CNN Tech. it an opportunity to have more conversations about what facial recognition means for consumers and what safeguards, if any, need to be put in place from a policy perspective. was among the privacy experts Facebook consulted before launching the feature. He recommended transparency about how facial recognition is being used and encouraged Facebook to give users a way to opt out.

Facebook members can message anyone who posts a photo of them and request for it to be taken down. The platform also has a tool that allows users to formally request for content to be removed. Facebook will take down photos that violate its community standards and local laws.

Related: 146,000 cameras monitor Moscow streets

The company told CNN Tech it would not use facial recognition to better target advertisements. However, it could used to help identify people in photos as part of its accessibility project, which audibly describes photos for people who are blind.

Meanwhile,
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governments such as Russia are building out camera networks to better take advantage of facial recognition technology.

If facial recognition becomes a mainstream practice, companies and governments will have to weigh the concerns.

like Facebook are correct to tread lightly on facial recognition because of the sensitivity, Breyault said. face isn like a password you can change or a cookie that can be purged from your browser. also announced new tools on Tuesday to prevent unwanted contact on the platform, such as allowing users to ignore a Messenger conversation and move it out of one inbox.

I deleted my FB account 2 years ago when I learned that my profile information, likes, shares, page subscriptions, friends list, etc., had been sold to a Cornell research team (among other entities). The goal of this research was to select random profiles and post FALSE articles on the news feeds of half of the profiles, and FALSE articles on the news feeds of the other half. Then, they tracked the and activity to compare how quickly the false information went viral. Of course, the negative information was spread far faster than the positive, but this was just one of the numerous entities that purchased FaceBook profile information.
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If you use Facebook to “check in” to your favorite restaurants or shops, you can now expect to see rewards and discounts from companies looking to drum up business and lure in loyal customers.

Rising with the explosive growth of smart phones, services based on people’s location help them find coupons, earn quirky merit badges or simply share with friends where they are. Internet population, according to a May survey from the Pew Internet and American Life Project. But it’s growing, and businesses ranging from small mom and pop stores to national chains are starting to take notice.

Facebook said it is launching a test version of Deals with 23 companies, including the Gap, 24 Hour Fitness, North Face and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, a small theater chain that serves food and drinks along with movies.

Starting Monday, Alamo plans to give away limited edition pint glasses to people who check in to one of its cinemas. Time League, Alamo’s founder and CEO, said Facebook is his company’s “primary marketing tool,” and offering check in deals will help increase customer loyalty.

“We do a lot of things to distinguish ourselves from traditional movie theaters,” he said. Though check ins are not part of most people’s lives, League believes their popularity will continue to grow, becoming “part of the language of how people use their cell phones” and communicate with one another.

Businesses will be able to choose whether to reward customers for simply checking in, bringing in friends or repeat business. Instead of discounts, they can also offer charity deals. The gym chain 24 Hour Fitness, for example, plans to donate $1 to Kaboom, a charity that builds playgrounds, for each check in made during a designated 24 hour period.

Smaller social services such as Foursquare and Gowalla already let businesses offer deals to their users. The review site Yelp is also jumping on the bandwagon; it said Tuesday it plans to introduce “check in offers” later this month.

But Facebook’s entry into the space is significant because the company commands the attention of so many more people. As such, it could help shift turn location sharing from something embraced by few tech savvy early adapters into something commonly used by a broad range of people.

Also Wednesday, Facebook added the Places feature to its app for phones using Google Inc.’s Android system. Previously, it had an app only for Apple Inc.’s iPhone, though users of Android and other phones could use Facebook through a mobile site for touch screen phones.
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(WBRC) do not allow the sharing of child exploitative images on Facebook or Messenger even to express outrage. Regardless of intention, sharing such imagery is harmful and illegal. When we become aware of such images, we remove them and notify the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Facebook spokesperson reiterated the platform’s stance on taking safety and security issues very seriously, adding Facebook has a zero tolerance for child exploitation images (CEI) being shared regardless of intent.The spokesperson added that every image uploaded to Facebook since 2011 is scanned using PhotoDNA technology. This technology scans each image and flags known child exploitative material to prevent future uploads of imagery from surfacing on the platform.The most recent case involves a video that shows a man and a young girl forced to perform sex acts is now the center of an Alabama sex crimes investigation. Investigators received the explicit video earlier this week.They believe it was filmed in Alabama but are still working to identify the people seen in the video and when it was filmed.Social media users trying to help investigators have shared the video which is not only a crime, but it’s having the unintended consequence of making the child a viral victim.”When you receive you are actually a victim yourself, but when you share it you become a predator, a suspect and charges may be drawn up on you,” Sgt. Loloita Rosser said.Proposed plan would extend Beatline Road to Hwy 90Proposed plan would extend Beatline Road to Hwy 90Updated: Monday, March 12 2018 12:25 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:25:07 GMTA plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90. (Photo source: WLOX)A plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90.A plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90.More than 4,000 Mississippi soldiers leaving home for a yearMore than 4,000 Mississippi soldiers leaving home for a yearPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 12:20 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:20:53 GMT(Photo Source: WLOX News)More than 4,000 Mississippi National Guard soldiers are leaving their homes this month as part of a year long deployment.More than 4,000 Mississippi National Guard soldiers are leaving their homes this month as part of a year long deployment.New Orleans Saints offensive tackle Zach Strief has announced that he is retiring from the NFL.National School Walkout: What you need to knowNational School Walkout: What you need to knowPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 12:56 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:56:53 GMT
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7 28 17 Stockbridge A photo of a big cat sitting on the banks of the Housatonic River, taken late last month and posted on Facebook, has sparked lively debate, with many claiming it to be a mountain lion even as the photographer and state wildlife officials say otherwise.

7 28 17 Stockbridge A photo of a big cat sitting on the banks of the Housatonic River, taken late last month and posted on Facebook, has sparked lively debate, with many claiming it to be a mountain lion even as the photographer and state wildlife officials say otherwise.

STOCKBRIDGE A photo taken late last month of a big cat sitting on the banks of the Housatonic River has sparked lively debate, with many believing it’s a mountain lion even as the photographer and state wildlife officials say otherwise.

As of today, Pittsfield resident Bob Fournier’s July 28 photo has drawn more than 1,100 shares, 500 likes and 260 comments on his Facebook page.

“I am a wildlife artist, l paint the animals of North America,” one person wrote. “l have a painting of a cougar in the exact same pose, same body, same face, that is undoubtedly a mountain lion.”

But Fournier is convinced the wild feline he encountered and photographed during a kayaking trip is a bobcat and not a mountain lion because he did not see a long tail when the animal finally walked away after a lengthy stare off.

“I am certain it is a bobcat,” Fournier wrote in a comment on his Facebook post. “I watched it walk off. It HAD NO TAIL to speak of. Therefore not a mountain lion.”

MassWildlife officials who checked out the photo are also adamant that it depicts a bobcat.

“Even if i didn’t see the tail I’d say it’s a bobcat,” said Marion Larson, chief officer of information and education for MassWildlife. “You can tell by the size and the shape of the head. It has pointed ears, it’s not the right size, it’s not the right color.”

Tail size is a key way to differentiate between the two species. Bobcats, which are common in Western Massachusetts, have short or bobbed tails relative to their body size. Mountain lions, also known as cougars, pumas, panthers and catamounts, have substantially longer and thicker tails.

Body size, of course, is a much more dramatic factor. Wildlife experts say, however, it can sometimes be tricky to get a sense of scale from a photograph or even out in the field.

Bobcats can weigh 35 pounds or more and measure 28 to 47 inches long, according to a MassWildlife webpage. Their tails typically range from 31/2 to 71/2 inches long.

Mountain lions can weigh more than 175 pounds and measure some 6 to 8 feet from nose to tail tip. The length of their thick tails runs some two thirds of the body.

An enlarged version of Fournier’s photo.

Debate over the existence of mountain lions in Massachusetts or even within the entire Northeast for that matter often puts state wildlife officials and their need for hard scientific evidence at odds with those who insist they have seen the big cats lurking in backyards, leaping across roadways or melting into forests.

The last mountain lion killed in this state was in Amherst in 1858, according to MassWildlife, which explores the controversy in a series of webpages.

In recent years, the presence of mountain lions in Western Massachusetts have been scientifically documented twice at Quabbin Reservoir: once in April 1997, via a scat found near a cached beaver carcass and then in March 2011, via tracks left in snow.

The latter lion may have been a young male killed by a vehicle in Greenwich, Connecticut, two months later. DNA analysis revealed the cat had traveled some 1,800 miles from South Dakota.

The 54 year old Fournier said he is amazed at the attention his photo has generated. “It’s very fascinating that the interest is out there,” he said. “It’s amazing how many experts came out of the woodwork.”

Debate over whether the Stockbridge feline is a bobcat, mountain lion or even something else has played out often quite vociferously in the comments on Fournier’s Facebook page.

“it’s a bobcat, they get quite dark in summer, and the build, eyes and ears say bobcat. he or she is in good shape, but they are bold, so if you live nearby keep your kitties inside.”

“Look at that muzzle, more bigcat than bobcat.

“It was pure luck,” Fournier said of the sighting adding that he was reasonably sure he was seeing a bobcat, but wanted to see its tail to be sure.

Fournier said he has seen bobcats before and this particular one “was bigger than any bobcat I have ever seen.”

The two stared at other and Fournier eventually drifted into a patch of weeds that kept his kayak in place about 30 feet away from the cat.

“It never took its eyes off me,” Fournier said, adding that the cat remained still even as he reached into the stern compartment of his kayak making a considerable amount of noise in the process to get grab his cellphone and take the photo.

The stare down lasted about10 minutes. When the cat finally walked away, Fournier said he saw no sign of a long tail.
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By Katie Bauer bio emailLUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) Support and prayers from across the South Plains surround a former Texas Tech athlete and Anton High School stand out, following a weekend motorcycle accident.KCBD NewsChannel 11 Katie Bauer spoke with Blake Brazil family on Tuesday afternoon where she got an update on his condition and their reaction of the community outpouring of support.Blake Brazil, 22, is still at University Medical Center in critical condition. He is surrounded by his family and friends, all praying for him to come out of this ok.Early Saturday morning, Brazil lost control of his motorcycle in north Lubbock. His family tells us he suffered a traumatic brain injury and multiple broken bones. They say he is unconscious, but his vitals are good.Brazil was a standout athlete for Anton High School and was part of the Texas Tech track team in 2007. “He was a quiet kid and is a quiet kid and just real focused on working on hard and doing what we asked, tremendous character, you can tell a kid when he got good character and so we really loved having him on our team,” says Texas Tech track coach We Kittley.Kittley says this is just another reminder of how precious life is. “On behalf on the men and women track team we have several on the team that were here when he was on our team and we just want him to know that we are praying for him and his family and for a full recovery and I hope for him to get back with us soon.”More than 400 people, so far, have joined a Facebook page dedicated to Brazil recovery, and the dozens and dozens of comments of support does not surprise Coach Kittley one bit. “Oh not at all, he had a lot of friends on our team and I know he had a lot friends on campus so it really neat to know that everyone is caring for him and cheering him on and hopefully going to get him well.”The Brazil family tells us they are extremely grateful to be receiving so much support and prayers. If you would like to leave a comment for Blake, the link has been provided.2010 KCBD NewsChannel 11.The Lubbock Police Department is asking for the public help in identifying an attempted kidnapping suspect.Ahead of Trump wall tour, little change on US Mexico borderAhead of Trump wall tour, little change on US Mexico borderPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 1:21 AM EDT2018 03 12 05:21:03 GMTUpdated: Monday, March 12 2018 1:53 PM EDT2018 03 12 17:53:31 GMT(AP Photo/Gregory Bull). In this March 6, 2018 picture, farmworker Santiago Martinez, of Mexicali, Mexico, picks cabbage before dawn in a field outside of Calexico, Calif. For decades, cross border commuters have picked lettuce, carrots, broccoli, onio.As Donald Trump visits the US Mexico border, the harvest is a reminder of how little has changed despite heated rhetoric in Washington.As Donald Trump visits the US Mexico border, the harvest is a reminder of how little has changed despite heated rhetoric in Washington.Plane carrying 71 people crashes, catches fire in KathmanduPlane carrying 71 people crashes, catches fire in KathmanduPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 5:30 AM EDT2018 03 12 09:30:44 GMTUpdated: Monday, March 12 2018 1:52 PM EDT2018 03 12 17:52:59 GMTAn airport official says a US Bangla Airlines passenger plane has crashed as it landed at Kathmandu airport.An airport official says a US Bangla Airlines passenger plane has crashed as it landed at Kathmandu airport.Shhh! How to stream March Madness when the boss isn’t aroundShhh! How to stream March Madness when the boss isn’t aroundPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 11:11 AM EDT2018 03 12 15:11:14 GMT
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An Anderson, South Carolina, couple vanished without a trace nearlysix weeks ago, Facebook posts on the man page are adding to the mystery surrounding their disappearance.

Charlie Carver, 32,andKala Brown, 30, were reported missing after they went several days without communicating with family and friends, according to television station WYFF in Greenville, South Carolina.

Brown friend said several friendsstopped receiving texts from her on Aug. 31. The last photos of Carver are from a surveillance camerathat show him leaving his workplace on the same day.

After several days without talking to her son, Carver mother went inside the couple apartment and found the dog without any food or water, according to NBC News.

Carver, who is in the middle of a divorce, has been dating Brown for several months. The couple moved in together over the summer, according to the report.

There has been no activity on their phones since they went missing. However, there have been dozens of strange Facebook posts on Carver Facebook page since the couple went missing.

The posts on his Facebook post include several links to stories about the missing couple, including multiple GoFundMe fundraisers and images of the couple. The most recent post, from Oct. 2, included a shared photo with the quote:

color ribbon supports the cure for people who can keep their nose out of other people business? Facebook users haveposted screenshots of odd conversations with the person posting on Charlie page.

shared on the City of Anderson Police Facebook page, someoneapparently askedthe person using Carver Facebook page if they are okay. The person response: im fine. have been over 50 posts on the missing man page since the couple was reported missing, including a post that declared the two married onSept. 1.

The family insists Carver Facebook account has been hacked and the confusing posts are falsely making people believe the couple has been found.

are so many people who are worried about them and love them, Brown mother said in an interview with NBC News. the problem, we figure it out. No one here will judge them. We love them. told NBC Newstheyare investigating but have few leads at this point. Foul play has not been ruled out, according to the report.
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