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Around South Florida with Elgin Jones 04-17-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Elgin Jones   
Wednesday, 16 April 2014

elgin_jones_web_13.jpgPalm Beach County

PROBATION  VIOLATION

John Austin Kinley, 24, of Boca Raton has been charged with lewd behavior with a child under the age of 16. Authorities are keeping tight-lipped on the specifics. Kinley also is being held on a charge of violation of probation. This case seems mysterious; we’ll see.

 
Around South Florida with Elgin Jones 04-10-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 April 2014

elgin_jones_web_13.jpgATM ATTACKS
Federal regulators are warning banks about cyber attacks on automatic teller machines (ATMs). Thieves stole more than $40 million using numbers from 12 debit cards. It is believed that they gained access and then altered the banks’ settings on accounts. This is a big deal and banks are losing mega-dollars. Authorities are urging financial institutions to review their security controls and all other aspects of their information technology system.

 
Around South Florida with Elgin Jones 04-3-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 02 April 2014

elgin_jones_web_13.jpgMUGSHOT REMOVAL
The Legislature is considering a bill that would make it illegal for so-called “mugshot” websites to charge people to remove their booking photos from those sites. It targets companies that obtain such photos from law enforcement agencies and put them online along with the person’s name. The companies then charge arrestees to remove them. Under the proposed law, an individual could obtain a court order for removal of the photos and the website would be subject to a $1,000-a-day fine if it doesn’t comply. The bill could end up impacting the media, as well.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 April 2014 )
 
Around South Florida with Elgin Jones 3 27 14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

elgin_jones_web_13.jpgWIRELESS SPOTLIGHT
In coming months, the public will learn more about the devices that can track the locations of their cell phones and other devices and even intercept calls. The devices are, for all practical purposes, portable cellular towers. One example is StingRay, a patented device the size of a small toaster, that is used to intercept wireless communication, including phone conversations and text messages. An escalating fight is taking place in Tallahassee over such devices and their uses. There are concerns that the public may be able to purchase the devices because the new technology they use may not be covered by current laws or regulations.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 29 March 2014 )
 
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