Posted: March 21st, 2014 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: CRIME! | Tags: Cassidy Wolf, Crime, Jared James Abrahams, Miss Teen USA | Comments Off
A US student has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for hacking the online accounts of Miss Teen USA and more than 100 other women in several countries and threatening to publish nude photos of them.
Jared James Abrahams surrendered in September to FBI agents probing so-called “sextortion” cases, in which he made demands in return for agreeing not to release the pictures. The investigation involved multiple victims in California, Canada, Moldova and Russia
20-year-old Abrahams, who hacked into as many as 150 online accounts and forced victims to engage in Skype sessions in which he convinced two teenagers to undress, made a plea deal with prosecutors in November.
Abrahams pleaded guilty to four counts – three of extortion and one of computer hacking – according to the US Attorney’s office in Los Angeles :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: January 15th, 2014 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Not Porn, NSFW R18 | Tags: Allen Henson, Empire State Building, Naked on Empire State Building, Naked Photo Shoot, New York City, Shelby Carter, Socially Engineered | Comments Off
The owners of New York City’s iconic Empire State Building are suing a photographer for $US1.1 million/$AU1.22 million over a set of topless photos taken from the buildings famous observation deck.
Professional fashion photographer Allen Henson used his phone to take the photos last August and posted them on social media. New York City has a pretty lenient public nudity policy, so long as it happens on private property, in Empire State Building’a – ESB – case a simple No doesn’t seem to have sufficed.
Two days ago the building’s owners lodged a suit in the US Supreme Court. We can’t imagine who’d pay for pix of the delightfully topless, 22 year old, Shelby Carter!? The LA based photographer insists that when Ms Carter disrobed, there was almost no noticeable reaction from the ESB’s other guests :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: November 20th, 2013 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Renovation Planning | Tags: Kitchen Layout Ideas, Kitchen Renovation, Kitchen Work Triangle, New Kitchen, Open Plan Kitchen, Renovation Planning | Comments Off
Which room is the most important in your home? For me it’s the kitchen, I love to cook, love to have everything, including friends and family, close at hand. Clearly I enjoy a sociable lifestyle, for this reason, my kitchen is not only large and open, it’s also the center – literally – of my home. The most important step in any project is turning your needs into a great design, we’re not just talking requirements and good looks. What makes you happy, how can a design fulfill your contentment?
Almost more than any other room, a kitchen needs to be well thought out, it requires practicality, must be aesthetically pleasing and should add real value to not only your life, but the value of your home :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: October 10th, 2013 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Grilled | Tags: 2013 World Solar Challenge, Adelaide, Australia, Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, Darwin, ecodriver, Grilled Motoring News, Nuna7, Solar Race, Tokai | Comments Off
The World Solar Challenge has been won by the Dutch team in their superquick Nuna7, their solar powered car crossed the finish line more 100 kilometres ahead of closest rival Japan.
Hindmarsh Square was the scene of jubilant celebrations as the Dutch team, Nuon, cruised into the centre of Adelaide for the trophy presentation after completing the 3,000 kilometre road journey from the top ends capital, Darwin.
It marked the fifth win in the event for the team, who have now competed seven World Solar Challenges, the team will lead a victory parade through the streets of Adelaide on Sunday October 13.
The race was close right up until veteran Japanese team Tokai, lost its battle with cloudy skies closing in on the finish line, while Tokai was stuck on the side of the road with a flat battery, Nuon powered on passed to take line honours :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: July 23rd, 2013 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: STANDOUT | Tags: Anthony Weiner Nude, Celebrity Gossip, celebrity nudes, Naked, Naked and Nude, Naked Self Portrait, New York Mayor, News, Nude, Sexting, US Congressman | Comments Off
New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, who was forced to resign from Congress over a sexting scandal, has admitted sending more lewd texts and photographs to a young woman.
For anygirl who’s used the services of a dating website – hand shoots up – a male posting pix of his weiner isn’t anything new. While the general population is left with the belief that sexting is a teen propensity, most grown men – around a quarter in my experience – proudly post mobile manifestation of their member on about the fourth or fifth encounter.
According to news website The Dirty, Mr Weiner, 48, used the name “Carlos Danger” to contact the woman on Facebook and establish an online relationship with her which involved the exchange of intimate photographs.
Amusingly, a poll last week suggested Mr Weiner was well-placed to become the Democratic candidate to succeed Michael Bloomberg as the mayor of New York City, with voters apparently largely indifferent to his scandal-tainted past, a sign perhaps the NY girls get as many spammy-sexting pix as Huma Abedin? :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: July 2nd, 2013 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: The Organic Gourmet | Tags: ACCC, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Australian Dietary Guideline, Australian Organic Retail News, Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd, health, Heath and Lifestyle | Comments Off
Australian supermarket behemoth Coles has paid multiple fines totalling $AU61,200 for allegedly misleading consumers about the origin of some of its fresh produce. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission – ACCC – says Helping Australia Grow signs were hung above imported navel oranges, kiwi fruit, asparagus and almonds.
The ACCC said that the well known – and universally accepted accreditation of locally produced fare – the triangular Australian Grown symbol was also misused. The watchdog said the display gave the impression the imported fruit had been locally grown.
Coles advised the ACCC that the misconduct arose out of the relocation of stock within stores without updating the promotional imagery on the price boards. The ACCC nevertheless considered action was necessary given the importance consumers place on representations of this kind, and the importance of strong compliance processes when choosing to make such claims in the context of a widespread campaign :: Read the full article »»»»