Teen accused of DUI, livestreaming video of crash that killed sister | WPXI

Obdulia Sanchez, 18, of Stockton, California, was charged with DUI and vehicular manslaughter while under the influence in the Merced County crash.

According to KFSN, Obdulia Sanchez, 18, of Stockton, was arrested Friday and charged with DUI and vehicular manslaughter while under the influence in the Merced County crash, which left her sister, 14-year-old Jacqueline Sanchez, dead and another girl “badly injured.”

The California Highway Patrol said Sanchez was behind the wheel Friday evening when her 2003 Buick swerved, slammed through a barbed-wire fence and rolled over, KTXL reported. Sanchez’s two passengers – Jacqueline and another 14-year-old girl – weren’t wearing seat belts and were ejected from the car, the CHP said.

Source: Teen accused of DUI, livestreaming video of crash that killed sister | WPXI

Tour the International Space Station With Google Street View

Users can now explore the ISS in a 360-degree view, courtesy of an astronaut at the European Space Agency

The search engine on Thursday announced that anyone can now see inside the ISS using its popular map tool, Street View. Launched in 2007, the technology feature in Google Maps and Google Earth provides 360-degree views from different positions—previously limited to streets around the world. For the first time ever, Google has extended the feature into outer space.

Source: Tour the International Space Station With Google Street View

North Korea’s threatens the world with cyberwarfare, not nukes – NY Daily News

For a country that’s as off-the-grid as you can get, North Korea is remarkably plugged in to cyberwarfare.

North Korea has been linked to some of the biggest cyber-attacks in history, including the Sony Hackthe Wannacry Ransomware, the Central Bank of Bangladesh Heist, and countless other attacks against South Korea and Japan and even U.S. interests. And they are getting better.

Source: North Korea’s threatens the world with cyberwarfare, not nukes – NY Daily News

Here’s the easiest way to avoid malware on an Apple device

Malware targeting Apple smartphones and tablets is on the rise – here’s the simplest way to avoid it.

What’s the easiest way to sidestep malware? Avoid purchasing a jailbroken device.

Jailbreaking removes software restrictions on iOS-based devices, allowing root access to the operating system. This permits the installation of apps, themes and extensions that aren’t found in Apple’s official App Store.

Source: Here’s the easiest way to avoid malware on an Apple device

Net Neutrality: Why You Should Care | Fortune.com

What is net neutrality?

Net neutrality is the idea that the web is open to everyone, meaning that internet service providers can’t block content or intentionally slow down load times for particular websites. The principle, which was initially approved by the FCC in 2010, essentially states that web access is a human right that should be available for all.

Why would internet service providers want to change that?

Because ISPs like ComcastVerizon and AT&T could make a substantial profit by charging users to access certain websites or by charging extra for “fast lanes” that allow internet companies willing to pay to bypass slower bandwidth.

Source: Net Neutrality: Why You Should Care | Fortune.com

New Highly Virulent Strain of Ransomware Cripples Networks | Business News | US News

By RAPHAEL SATTER and FRANK BAJAK, Associated Press

PARIS (AP) — A new, highly virulent strain of malicious software that is crippling computers globally appears to have been sown in Ukraine, where it badly hobbled much of the government and private sector on the eve of a holiday celebrating a post-Soviet constitution.

Hospitals, government offices and major multinationals were among the casualties of the ransomware payload, which locks up computer files with all-but-unbreakable encryption and then demands a ransom for its release.

Source: New Highly Virulent Strain of Ransomware Cripples Networks | Business News | US News

Cellphone, internet outages reported across the U.S. – CBS News

Many Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T customers reported outage issues on Monday

The website downdetector.com, which compiles users’ reports of outages, posted maps highlighting a number of different areas with problems:

Source: Cellphone, internet outages reported across the U.S. – CBS News

Verizon Takes Over Yahoo to Complete $4.5 Billion Deal | Business News | US News

FILE – In this Jan. 7, 2014, file photo, Yahoo president and CEO Marissa Mayer speaks during the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. On Tuesday, June 13, 2017, Verizon took over Yahoo, completing a $4.5 billion deal that will usher in a new management team to attempt to wring more advertising revenue from one of the internet’s best-known brands. Tuesday’s closure of the sale ends Yahoo’s 21-year history as a publicly traded company. It also ends the nearly five-year reign of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, who isn’t joining Verizon. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson, File) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

About 2,000 Yahoo and AOL workers are expected to lose their jobs as Verizon trims expenses and eliminates overlapping positions.

Source: Verizon Takes Over Yahoo to Complete $4.5 Billion Deal | Business News | US News