A group of nine naked male statues has appeared in an empty Gramercy Park storefront — and so far they're getting much of a rise out of passersby. The statues, by New York City-based artist Richard Dupont, are somewhat larger than life-size — but smaller than Michelangelo's "David" — and portray the male form in anatomically accurate proportions. Originally on display in Midtown's Lever House, their presence, within a block of a preschool and a secondary school, brought more laughter than shock from passersby over the weekend.
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The charge is a felony violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act CFAA, and specifically, one count of unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information. Majerczyk was charged by federal prosecutors in Los Angeles, but the case was transferred to the Northern District of Illinois, where he pleaded guilty and was sentenced. According to the plea agreement, Majerczyk was a busy phisherman between November 23 through August
A project of Global Voiceswe are a global anti-censorship network of bloggers and activists dedicated to protecting freedom of expression online. Stella Nyanzi is found guilty of cyber harassment for a poem she wrote criticizing the president in Stella Nyanzi to 18 months in prison after being found guilty of of cyber harassment—though innocent of offensive communication— under the Computer Misuse Act.
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A Chicago man has been sentenced to nine months in prison for hacking the private online accounts of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities, and stealing sensitive information, including nude photos and videos. Edward Majerczyk, 29, is believed to have accessed online accounts, including email addresses, of 30 celebrities, the Associated Press reports. He is accused of sending phishing emails to his victims, making them believe they were being contacted by their email provider and tricking them into divulging their email addresses and passwords.