It all started when the USDA was testing a new system and decided to put in the famous country from the Marvel Universe into the system as practice. While it was successful into adding into the new system they forgot to remove it when the new system went live.
After this discovery from some people joked about how there was a trade war and many other things. A little after it was taken off the list an Orlando-based reporter asked: “So do we, or do we not have free trade with Wakanda? Also where are things at on negotiations with Agrabah?”
While we needed a good laugh it goes to show that you just gotta remember to remove your test data. At least people got a good sense of humor out of this including the USDA
Two computer programmers in Las Vegas pleaded guilty last Friday to multiple criminal copyright and money laundering charges after an FBI investigation revealed they had been running two massive, illegal online streaming sites: iStreamItAll and Jetflicks.
While i have never heard of these websites before i am aware of other websites that are “competing” with legit services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Video. Websites such as 123movies and Vumoo are just the few that people use that have a limited set of movies and tv shows. It seems to me that iStreamItAll lived by it’s name that the numbers of TV series and movies had a total of what the major websites had if they were one service.
Darryl Julius Polo, aka djppimp, 36, pleaded guilty yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement, one count of criminal copyright infringement by distributing a copyrighted work being prepared for commercial distribution, one count of copyright infringement by reproduction or distribution, one count of copyright infringement by public performance and one count of money laundering. In a separate proceeding today, co-defendant Luis Angel Villarino, 40, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit copyright infringement. Sentencing for both defendants will be before U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III of the Eastern District of Virginia, with Polo’s on March 13, 2020, and Villarino’s on March 20, 2020.
If find it quite strange that two men were able to create such massive websites. There has to be more people on the team but i guess the two main people get the punishment while the coders and list makers get away. I find it hard to believe two people can just have a massive database and everything was watchable. One thing i do know that is redflag. They charged people to even watch the shows on their website. Only reason to do that is to help cover costs but that in a way keeps a paper trail so that is why they got caught. The other websites have a database of some sort but no files are stored on the websites you are viewing the on and stored on file servers that have certain rules and regulations of what can be uploaded. It’s up to the companies who own the copyrights to send a DMCA. Somehow this is more then a simple DMCA because there were more copyrighted content then Creative Commons and Public Domain content therefore sites were shut down.
Arlando Henderson of Charlotte, NC was a banker who stole $88,000 from the bank vault and then later showed off the stacks on social media. With as stupid as that sound he was arrested and later we learn he has done it multiple time! ! 18 times according to the FBI who have been trying to figure out who’s been stealing money. Henderson put a huge down payment on a new car and did some big spending that also resulting in him being connected to the past theft.
Henderson has been charged with two counts of financial institution fraud, 19 counts of theft, embezzlement, and misapplication, along with 12 counts of making false entries, which carry a maximum penalty of 30 years and a $1 million fine, per count.
He is also charged with transactional money laundering, which carries a penalty of 10 years behind bars and a $250,000 fine.
He appeared in US District Court in southern California earlier this month, according to the release, with the case set to be tried in North Carolina by the US Attorney’s office in Charlotte.
Twitch streamer SavageBabyDoll was doing a normal fortnite stream when a troll entered chat and pissed her off. She ended up saying something she now regrets saying
Can you ban every little poor person who can’t afford a sub
After that people were outraged and started posting on social networks about this.
After so much backlash she started removing herself on twitch and twitter. She removed all her clips, highlights and vods. She then protected her twitter in that special follow only can look mode. Her last stream she didn’t even use a webcam and the money raising goal wasn’t on it.
You got that right from the title! At an auction held in Australia a man bought Olivia Newton-John’s jacket she wore in the movie “Gease” which came out 1978 which was 42 years ago. The actress herself has gone through tough times over the years with being diagnosed with cancer 3 times and has beat it all 3 times! She wanted to donate the jacket to a charity which was raising money for cancer research and an anonymous man going by the name of “her biggest fan” bought it and gave it back to her directly with a special presentation. Olivia was overjoyed with getting her jacket back and glad it wasn’t gone for good.