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Over 17 Million Unsafe Takata Airbags Remain In Vehicles On U.S. Roads

(NAPSI)—Today, in the U.S., more than 17 million recalled Takata airbags remain in vehicles on the road. A defective part inside the airbag can explode when the airbag deploys, potentially shooting sharp metal fragments at the driver and passengers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has confirmed that 16 people in the U.S. have been killed, and hundreds of others alleged to have been injured, by this defect. Affected vehicles include those made by BMW, Chrysler, Daimler, Ferrari, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Infiniti, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Mazda, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Scion, Subaru, Tesla, Toyota and Volkswagen. Vehicle manufacturers... Read more →


Keeping your car in good repair may keep you from getting a ticket

(NAPSI)—Many drivers may feel that they don’t have the time or money to address vehicle repairs immediately but beware: Ignoring some repairs can get you pulled over and even ticketed. “Ignoring certain vehicle repairs may seem to save money in the short term but can lead to extra costs, such as fines or ‘fix-it’ tickets, if these problems are not taken care of when they arise,” explains Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “In some jurisdictions, car owners may even lose their license for certain violations. A few dollars spent on simple vehicle repairs can help avoid trouble with the... Read more →


Best Places to Play Bingo in Gloucester City

(August 13, 2020)--The state of New Jersey is one of the biggest gambling and online gambling hotspots in the US and is home to many renowned venues. In recent years, bingo has become just as popular in the state, while in Gloucester City in particular there are many places where you can play. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular. image courtesy of unsplash.com Sacred Heart Hall Offering players an especially intimate bingo experience, this is a venue that has players returning on a weekly basis. With a weekly bingo jackpot of $1,000 on offer to customers, there... Read more →


A Breakdown of Data Breaches by State

PAUL BISCHOFF TECH WRITER, PRIVACY ADVOCATE AND VPN EXPERT COMPARITECH Data breaches are common in headlines these days, but they are not equally spread out in terms of location. Data breaches occur far more often in some US states than others, and the number of records lost or stolen varies as well. Data breaches are common in headlines these days, but they are not equally spread out in terms of location. Data breaches occur far more often in some US states than others, and the number of records lost or stolen varies as well. Puerto Rico is not included in this... Read more →


James Lipton, Founder of Inside the Actors Studio, Passes at 93

By Raymond Rolak CNBNews Entertainment Editor NEW YORK, NY (March 5, 2020)----James Lipton, native Detroiter and founder of Inside the Actors Studio has died at 93. Lipton died at his home in Manhattan from bladder cancer. His wife, Kedakai Mercedes-Lipton said in a written statement, “His work was his passion, he loved what he did and all the people he worked with. He empowered people to do their best, and hopefully, his spirit, curiosity, and passion will live on.” Lipton became world-famous for developing the show, Inside the Actors Studio. He hosted the long-running cable series on the Bravo Network and... Read more →


THE TECH TIME

Tech times is a platform that provides vital reviews and information about the product that are in daily use. On this platform, you will find reviews about different companies and products written by different authors. Moreover, the platform is not restricted for single-use it provides reviews and blogs on many different topics like science, health and many more. Giving the author its own section to publish on any topic. A few of the post reviews are about different products, some regarding the new inventions and many other kinds of items. The main goal or ambition of Tech Times is to deliver... Read more →


Forex Trading Psychology

Gloucestercitynews.net (Oct. 25, 2019)--Trader’s psychology plays a very big role in their success or failure. It is also the reason of most of the mistakes traders make. We cannot change the way we feel, but what we can change is the way we approach these feelings by studying the psychology of successful Forex traders and then apply it. Today we will look at how we should behave and react to trading situations from the right perspective of Forex trading psychology. Forex Trading Psychology Fear has a strong focus on the options considered by the brain. However, this can distract you from... Read more →


Dept of Labor Cited Aruvil International of Pennsauken for Repeat Violations of Safety and Health Laws

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (October 22, 2019)-– The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has again cited Aruvil International Inc. for multiple workplace violations – including four willful safety citations - at the company's Pennsauken, New Jersey, facility. The commercial and residential fencing company faces $370,298 in penalties. OSHA initiated an inspection in April 2019, as a follow-up to a prior inspection. OSHA cited Aruvil International Inc. for willfully violating federal standards related to lockout/tag out procedures to prevent machine startup, machine guards and proper warehouse lighting. OSHA also cited the company for an obstructed loading dock, and blocked... Read more →


Jagiellonian University Team Verifies New Comet Entering Our Solar System

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Contributor (Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 15, 2019)--A newly discovered comet has excited the astronomical community this week because it appears to have originated from outside the solar system. Comet-'Oumuamua-Illustration For decades, astronomers have speculated that the space between stars may be populated by solar minor bodies -- comets and asteroids. These are thought to have been ejected from their home planetary systems. Studies have also suggested that these bodies may occasionally pass through our Milky Way Solar System and be identified thanks to their strongly open orbits. The discovery of 'Oumuamua two years ago brought the long-awaited confirmation, sparking... Read more →


Should You Consider a Career In Cybersecurity?

(April 3, 2019)--Cybersecurity is a booming industry that is expected to grow to $105 billion by the end of 2020. It’s not surprising that the industry is doing so well. Cybercrime is on the increase and is expected to cause damages that exceed the $2 trillion mark during 2020. “What does all that have to do with a career in cybersecurity?” you might ask. Well, it’s pretty simple – the ever-increasing number and sophistication of cyber attacks that target not only individuals but high-profile international companies as well, mean that there is a high demand for qualified experts to start fighting... Read more →


Your Sure-Fire Guide to YouTube Content Creation: Getting Your Channel Up and Running

(CNBNewsnet)(January 9, 2019)--Have you been keen to learn how to create a YouTube channel? If so, you are certainly not alone. A growing number of individuals are curious to know the possibilities associated with this type of content. It has been shown that the average user can spend up to two hours each day browsing through videos, so it only makes sense that a great deal of money is involved if you approach this task with the right mindset. Still, curating and developing a YouTube channel involves a bit more than may initially meet the eye. You will need to focus... Read more →


Philadelphia Releases Rules for Flying Drones

photo provided By Justin Friend, Regional Integration Center Coordinator, Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Drones are becoming commonplace in our everyday lives, both for play and professional use. Not only do they provide a leisure activity, but drones give us an elevated perspective away from the limitation of having our feet firmly on the ground. Drones are a lot of fun to fly and those with video capability provide us with fresh, intriguing views. However, it is important to remember that you are controlling a real aircraft that is regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Given that... Read more →


Op-Ed: Unplugging at the Beach | Batavick

The tranquil Sea Isle Beach, Sea Isle N.J. (photo credit Sea Isle City) Frank J. Batavick | CNBNewsnet The placid ocean shimmered in the evening sun. Undulating ribbons of foam-kissed waves gently petted the shore. Long fingers of color — moss green, marine gray, midnight blue — softly vibrated across the surface like rippling beach chair fabric. As a laughing gull soared silently above, a 40-something, bikini-clad woman — tall and tan and middle-aged and lovely — came ambling by ... texting … tap, tap, tapping … staring at her iPhone. And nature gently wept. Forgive my tortured prose, but you... Read more →


CNB RULES FOR COMMENTS

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor GLOUCESTER CITY NEW JERSEY (December 19, 2015)-In the nine years we have been in business we have posted 25,766 comments and have withheld 823 comments for one reason or another. Most of those that are not posted contain libelous or slanderous comments from people who give no facts to back up their statement (s). These same people don’t use their real name nor do they give a real email address. WE can be sued for statements that are unfounded. Just because you read a comment on a social media site or heard some scuttlebutt... Read more →


Racketeering Indictment Charges 12 in Connection With Ring That Used Internet to Sell Cocaine

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman today announced that the Division of Criminal Justice obtained a first-degree racketeering indictment charging 12 men in connection with a drug ring that marketed cocaine and designer drugs online and distributed them via the mail. They were charged in an investigation by the Division of Criminal Justice called “Operation Skin Deep,” which also led to a second indictment charging three men with selling cocaine in Atlantic City. Operation Skin Deep began as an undercover investigation into cocaine sales in Atlantic City, but ultimately exposed an alleged narcotics network that was using the Internet... Read more →


Developing Story: Freehold Theater Evacuated During Star Wars Showing

FREEHOLD -- People watching the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie here were asked to leave the AMC Theatre in the Raceway Mall after a threat this morning, according to a news report and Twitter users. The evacuation came in just before noon, and just four days after another evacuation was ordered. On Monday, an… Read more →


Recent Email Phishing Campaigns – Mitigation and Response Recommendations

National Cyber Awareness System: TA15-213A: 08/01/2015 06:01 PM EDT Original release date: August 01, 2015 Systems Affected Microsoft Windows Systems, Adobe Flash Player, and Linux Overview Between June and July 2015, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) received reports of multiple, ongoing and likely evolving, email-based phishing campaigns targeting U.S. Government agencies and private sector organizations. This alert provides general and phishing-specific mitigation strategies and countermeasures. Description US-CERT is aware of three phishing campaigns targeting U.S. Government agencies and private organizations across multiple sectors. All three campaigns leveraged website links contained in emails; two sites exploited a recent Adobe... Read more →


ICE warns parents, children about summer online threats

PRESS RELEASE Summer is here, which means warm weather, outdoor fun and, most importantly, no school for children nationwide. With their agenda for the next couple of months mainly deciding what beach they want to go to and how late they’ll be able to sleep in, kids all of a sudden have significantly more time on their hands. That free time, albeit fun, also leaves them vulnerable to threats from online predators looking to take advantage of their innocence and naivety. “This is when predators are going to identify and groom their next victims,” U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland... Read more →


SCAMMERS MAY USE PARIS TERRORIST ATTACK TO SOLICIT FRAUDULENT DONATIONS | cnbnews.net

FBi press release February 13, 2015 In the wake of the terrorist attack against Charlie Hebdo in Paris last month, the FBI would like to warn the public about the potential for fraudulent solicitations of donations for victims. These solicitations come in many forms, such as crowdfunding platforms, e-mail campaigns, or cold calls, and perpetrators may divert some or all of the funds for their own use. A number of charities and crowdfunding campaigns have already begun soliciting donations. At the time of this advisory, the FBI has not recorded any reports of fraudulent donation schemes relating to the Charlie Hebdo... Read more →


Twitter Marketing Software Developer Reveals Latest Company Updates

December 26, 2014 Displayed with permission from PR Newswire DALLAS, Dec. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Twitter marketing tool developer SocialCentiv is rolling out new updates for its innovative platform. The company recently discussed improvements it is making to SocialCentiv on its blog. With the changes, businesses will be able to "navigate the site more intuitively and find new customers more easily," according to the SocialCentiv team. New Features, More Guidance SocialCentiv developed new features to allow business clients to use its platform with "more convenience than before." Included on the list of updates are a single column Tweet reply page, WisePops... Read more →


eBay Database Breach, Reset Your Password

eBay: How not to handle a security breach (via The Inquirer) PRIVACY has been thrown back into the spotlight this week by the eBay database breach. eBay is not the only firm to have suffered at the hands of hackers, and nor is the breach the worst financially or by the amount and type of data that was compromised… Read more →


Privacy Tools: How to Safely Browse the Web

by Julia Angwin ProPublica, Jan. 14, 2014 In the course of writing her book, Dragnet Nation, ProPublica reporter Julia Angwin tried various strategies to protect her privacy. In this blog post, she distills the lessons from her privacy experiments into useful tips for readers. One of the easiest and simplest things you can do to protect your privacy is to be a smarter Web browser. This is surprisingly difficult because most popular Web browsing software is set up to allow users to be tracked by default. The reason is simple economics – you don’t pay for Web browsing software, so the... Read more →


Zuckerberg owns nearly a third of Facebook: US regulators

SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) February 13, 2013, 7:38:04 PM EST Josh Edelson/AFP/File Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at an event at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California, on January 15, 2012. Zuckerberg's stake in Facebook has climbed to nearly 30 percent since the leading social network made its dismal stock market debut, according to a filing Wednesday with US regulators. Mark Zuckerberg's stake in Facebook has climbed to nearly 30 percent since the leading social network made its dismal stock market debut, according to a filing Wednesday with US regulators. Zuckerberg owns 632.65 million Facebook shares as compared with the slightly more... Read more →


The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey': Is it really necessary? (+trailer)'

'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' will be followed by two planned sequels. (Warner Bros./AP) My first thought in watching “The Hobbit” was: Do we really need this movie? It was my last thought, too. Having powered his way through the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, which had its occasional majesties, director Peter Jackson now feels compelled to give us this prequel, based on the Tolkien novel that spawned the cult I never joined. Whether this makes me the best or the worst judge of this movie I leave to others to decide. But I must confess that by the time the... Read more →