photo by: Douglas County screenshot
photo by: Douglas County screenshot
A binder filled with DNA and personal details “in case I go missing” has gone viral on TikTok.
The idea originates from a popular true-crime podcast, but it has faced criticism from audiences.
Law enforcement say it could be useful, but the risks may outweigh the potential benefits.
On December 14, 2022, the TikTok account for a brand called Savor, which sells organization and storage products, uploaded a video of a person thumbing through a folder sold by the brand. A voiceover said it was filled with items intended to be used in case the person went missing, including a hair sample, a set of fingerprints, and a list of people police should question.
The folder used is sold on Savor’s website as the “In Case I Go Missing” binder, priced at $46.95.
Savor’s clip quickly went viral, receiving over 10 million views and thousands of comments. Some encouraged the idea and gave advice on additional items they thought belonged in the binder.
Jennifer McAllister-Nevins, the 52-year-old founder and co-CEO of Savor, told Insider in an email statement that when her father was in hospital she was asked what medication he took, and she didn’t know the answer. The brand developed the “Family Emergency Collection,” which the binder is part of, to help people be “prepared for any situation,” she said.
But a lot of viewers were critical of the concept, suggesting it was playing off irrational fears, romanticizing the idea of being a crime victim, and offering counterproductive advice. A number of users stitched
It’s currently unclear whether Pence will comply with the subpoena request or try to invoke executive privilege.
Department of Justice (DOJ) special counsel Jack Smith, who is overseeing a two-pronged investigation into former President Donald Trump, has subpoenaed Trump’s former vice president, Mike Pence.
Smith’s investigation is looking into Trump’s removal of classified documents from the White House and his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election after his loss to President Joe Biden. His subpoena of Pence is focused on the latter of those two inquiries.
According to reports from several news outlets, Smith requested that Pence hand over any documents in his possession relating to the attempted overturn of the 2020 election. Smith also wants Pence to testify on Trump’s motivations during the end of 2020 and the start of 2021.
It’s unclear whether Pence will comply with the subpoena or try to invoke executive privilege, which could send the matter to a lengthy review process within the federal court system. Though Pence has been critical of Trump in the years since they departed office, he risks upsetting the conservative voter base he’ll need to win a potential GOP primary for 2024 if he complies with Smith’s subpoena.
Pence has been uncooperative with requests to testify in other inquiries relating to the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol building and Trump’s attempts to overturn the election. Though several former members of his staff testified before the January 6 committee, Pence refused to do so, arguing that the legislative branch had “no right” to his testimony.
The subpoena demonstrates that the DOJ’s
In this technical blog, we will look at the past performance of 1-hour Elliott Wave Charts of NVDA. We presented to members at the elliottwave-forecast. In which, the rally from the 28 December 2023 low unfolded as an impulse structure. And showed a higher high sequence favored more upside extension to take place. Therefore, we advised members not to sell the stock & buy the dips in 3, 7, or 11 swings at the blue box areas. We will explain the structure & forecast below:
Here’s the 1hr Elliott wave chart from the 2/05/2023 Weekend update. In which, the short-term cycle from the 1/31/2023 low ended in wave 1 at $219.49 high. Down from there, the stock made a pullback in wave 2 to correct that cycle. The internals of that pullback unfolded as Elliott wave zigzag structure where wave ((a)) ended at $207.89 low. Wave ((b)) bounce ended at $217.45 high. And wave ((c)) managed to reach the blue box area at $206.04- $2198.85 equal legs area.
From there, buyers were expected to appear looking for the next leg higher or for a 3 wave bounce minimum.
Above is the Latest 1hr Elliott wave Chart from the 2/10/2023 Post-market update. We can see the stock is showing a strong reaction higher right after ending the zigzag correction within the blue box area. This allowed members to create a risk-free position shortly after taking the long position at the blue box area. It already made a new high above $219.49 high & confimred the next extension higher. Now as far as it remains above $206.04 low another new high towards $237- $245 area is expected to take place before entering
By Isaac Mwanza
“If you put a key under the mat for the cops, a burglar can find it too. Criminals are using every technology tool at their disposal to hack into the people’s accounts. If they know there is a key hidden somewhere, they won’t stop until they find it” – Tim Cook
In Zambia, the questions of access to information (ATI), regulation of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the media have been a thorny generational issue which provoke personal, political and professional debates as well as resistance from those likely to be affected by such pieces of legislation.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND MEDIA REGULATION
Speaking when he featured on Hot FM Radio’s breakfast show in January, 2023, Zambia’s Justice Minister Mulambo Haimbe, S.C. said Zambians should expect progress on the enactment of the Access to Information Bill once the media themselves, resolve the issue of self-regulation, a matter that didn’t sit well with some media houses.
The Minister’s proposition obviously raises the question as to whether there is any link between access to information and media regulation? During the said programme, the Justice Minister said:
“The Access to Information Bill gives a lot of freedom not only to the media but also the general public in terms of access to information. Building into that, it comes with responsibility intended to be managed through a self-regulatory process with regard to the media…The two go hand in hand… So perhaps we have to look at it as a shared responsibility rather than a responsibility of government alone.”
If enacted, the Access to Information law will give both the media and the general public access to information which is generated or held by the government. For the media, such information is not for storage but to provide content and
SOLOPOS.COM – Sebanyak 77 butir amunisi disita dari dua prajurit Kodim 1702/Jayawijaya di Timika. (ANTARA/HO-Penrem 172/PWY)
Solopos.com, JAYAPURA–Dua prajurit TNI anggota Kodim 1702/Jayawijaya dibekuk karena karena kedapatan memiliki 77 butir amunisi ilegal. Detasemen Polisi Militer (Denpom) masih menyelidiki untuk mengungkap apakah tindakan mereka ada kaitannya dengan kelompok kriminal bersenjatan (KKB) atau tidak.
Komandan Korem (Danrem) 172/PWY Brigjen TNI JO Sembiring saat dihubungi di Jayapura, Kamis (9/2/2023), mengonfirmasi adanya penangkapan terhadap dua prajurit, yakni Pratu MS dan Prada MS. Mereka merupakan anggota Kodim 1702/Jayawijaya dan saat ini ditahan di Subdenpom Wamena.
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Danrem menceritakan penangkapan kedua prajurit tersebut berawal dari penangkapan LK yang merupakan kepala kampung di Kabupaten Nduga. Dia ditangkap atas kasus dugaan kepemilikan amunisi ilegal.
LK mengaku sudah menyerahkan amunisi sebanyak 77 butir kepada kedua prajurit itu. Kemudian, sehingga Dandim 1702/JWY mengembangkan informasi dan memeriksa Pratu MS dan Prada MS.
Keduanya mengakui memiliki amunisi dan menunjukkan tempat penyimpanannya. Lalu ditemukan 77 butir amunisi tajam kaliber 5,56 MM.
Dia menegaskan tidak akan menolerir anggota TNI yang bermain-main atau menyalahgunakan amunisi. Jika terbukti melanggarakan ditindak tegas sesuai dengan aturan.
“Panglima TNI, Kasad, dan Pangdam XVII/Cenderawasih telah berkomitmen memberikan sanksi tegas kepada prajurit yang melanggar aturan. apalagi jika pelanggaran tersebut masuk dalam kategori berat seperti penyalahgunaan amunisi,” tegas Brigjen TNI Sembiring.
POS-KUPANG.COM, MATARAM – Sebagai bentuk dukungan Telkomsel dalam memajukan dunia pendidikan, Telkomsel menyerahkan bantuan berupa Modem Wifi Orbit kepada sekolah di Kabupaten Sumbawa Barat diantaranya SMA Negeri 1 Poto Tano, SMP Negeri 1 Poto Tano, SMK Negeri 1 Brang Ene, SMP Negeri 1 Seteluk dan SMA Al Muhajirin Seloto pada Kamis, 9 Februari 2023.
Kegiatan ini merupakan bagian dari bentuk dukungan Telkomsel untuk membantu sekolah sekolah yang belum memiliki akses dan jaringan Internet di lingkungan sekolahnya.
Terdapat beberapa titik sekolah di Kabupaten Sumbawa Barat yang belum tersedia jalur jaringan fiber optik, sehingga di sekitar lingkungan sekolah tersebut tidak terdapat layanan internet.
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Vice President Consumer Sales Area Jawa Bali, Riny Novitriyanti mengatakan, “Kami merasa senang bisa hadir di sini. Dengan adanya kegiatan ini kami berharap modem Wifi Orbit ini dapat memberikan dampak yang positif bagi sekolah. Perkembangan penggunaan internet di masa sekarang ini sudah teramat penting dan menjadi sebuah sistem belajar baru.”
Penyediaan layanan internet ini dapat digunakan untuk menginspirasi siswa dan anak muda di sekolah tersebut agar bisa memanfaatkan internet untuk mencari pengetahuan informasi yang positif, mewujudkan ide-ide dan menyalurkan bakat mereka.
Selain itu, dengan adanya modem wifi orbit ini dapat digunakan oleh para guru untuk menambah informasi dan referensi yang diharapkan dapat mendorong daya saing para siswa agar siap berkompetisi dengan siswa di kota maupun negara lain.
“Semoga dengan adanya fasilitas jaringan internet ini dapat dimanfaatkan sekolah sebagai penyediaan informasi pembelajaran bagi guru, terhubung dengan dunia lunar, mengakses informasi, dan memperkaya sumber belajar bagi para siswa.” Tutup Riny.
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Andie Judson’s reporting on the “Price of Care” series led to changes in California’s conservatorship laws.
CALIFORNIA, USA — ABC10 investigative journalist Andie Judson received the James Madison Freedom of Information Award for her reporting on California’s conservatorship system.
“The Price of Care: Taken by the State” is a two-year investigation digging into the legally complex legal tool that gives civil rights and liberties of someone unable to care for themselves to another person or entity. In Season II, Judson and the ABC10 Originals team investigated the state agency responsible for the rights and needs of all Californians with disabilities, including separating families by conserving people with disabilities and cutting all contact and communication with their loved ones.
“Her tenacious and compassionate reporting shows that facilities conserving people with developmental disabilities have gone unmonitored, that staff evaluating conservatorships are grossly underpaid, and how individuals under an inappropriate type of conservatorship can have their rights stripped completely,” the Northern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists wrote.
Judson received the award in the television/video category.
Watch the full series: “The Price of Care: Taken by the State”
The five-episode investigation showed how DDS – a massive state agency – is a conservator to over 400 individuals with disabilities, responsible for their specific needs. The series revealed how after getting conservatorship, DDS then uses its power to separate families and isolate those they conserve in care facilities not regularly checked.
Not only is her award-winning reporting shining a light on the abuse facing some of the most vulnerable Californians, but it’s also leading to legislative changes.
“Reporting by others about Britney Spears was important… but this is the real deal,” said attorney and advocate Tom Coleman. “(Investigative Reporter) Andie Judson has given a voice to the thousands of adults with developmental
A bill intended to change how Arkansas counties and municipalities publish various legal notices was filed Thursday.
House Bill 1399, by Rep. Frances Cavenaugh, R-Walnut Ridge, would require local jurisdictions to publish notices — including those related to elections, filling of vacancies and the amendment of ordinances — on government websites.
The bill would strike language from current law that requires municipalities and counties to publish notices in local newspapers. The publication of government notices is a significant stream of revenue for many newspapers.
The Arkansas Press Association and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette oppose the bill.
Under the bill, a county quorum court shall designate by ordinance the website which the county’s online publications will be posted.
When authorized by law, a municipality may publish on a website designated by the governing body in an ordinance. Publications shall remain on the government websites for at least three years from the date on which they were posted.
The websites must be accessible to the public at no cost and require no log-in information.
Temporary language in the bill indicates local jurisdictions would have to publish notices in their current newspaper monthly for a year directing readers to the government site.
The bill includes an effective date of Jan. 1, 2024.
— Will Langhorne
$4 million funds transfer to UAMS approved
The Joint Budget Committee on Thursday approved the transfer of $4 million in state-restricted reserve funds to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
UAMS requested $4 million in state-restricted reserve funds to support the rural hospital reclassification efforts of UAMS as part of the expansion of graduate medical education programs in the state, UAMS Chancellor Cam Patterson said in a letter dated Jan. 26 to state Department of Finance and Administration Secretary Larry Walther.
Walther recommended the Joint Budget Committee authorize