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  2. Tabitha Smith - Wikipedia

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    Tabitha Smith is a superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with The X-Men and related titles. Created by Jim Shooter and Al Milgrom, the character first appeared in Secret Wars II #5 (Nov. 1985). She then appeared as a member of X-Force and later as a member of Nextwave .

  3. United States Armed Forces nude photo scandal - Wikipedia

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    In March 2017, a nude photo scandal in the United States Armed Forces was uncovered after it was reported by the Center for Investigative Reporting and The War Horse. [1] In early reporting, it was believed that the scandal was contained to only the Marine Corps, but was subsequently revealed to involve the rest of the military.

  4. 2021 Facebook leak - Wikipedia

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    In mid September 2021, The Wall Street Journal began publishing articles on Facebook based on internal documents from unknown provenance. Revelations included reporting of special allowances on posts from high-profile users ("XCheck"), subdued responses to flagged information on human traffickers and drug cartels, a shareholder lawsuit concerning the cost of Facebook (now Meta) CEO Mark ...

  5. Prosecutor: Man accused of killing 2 Alaska Native women ...

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    A man accused of murdering two Alaska Native women recorded images of both of his victims, and the break in the case came when a third woman stole the man's phone and provided police with photos ...

  6. Meta CEO Zuckerberg apologizes to parents at US Senate social ...

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    Meta Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday apologized to families at a U.S. Senate hearing about the impact that social media has on children. Under prodding from Republican Senator Josh ...

  7. Deepfake bill would open door for victims to sue creators - AOL

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    A bipartisan group of three senators is looking to give victims of sexually explicit deepfake images a way to hold their creators and distributors responsible. Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill.; Lindsey ...

  8. Murder of Laurie Show - Wikipedia

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    Laurie Michelle Show [1] Laurie Show was a 16-year-old sophomore at Conestoga Valley High School who was stalked by her classmates and murdered on December 20, 1991, in the United States. Her body was discovered in her Lancaster, Pennsylvania home by her mother Hazel Show with her throat having been slit. [2]

  9. American Airlines flight attendant accused of filming girls ...

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    A former American Airlines flight attendant accused of secretly recording multiple juvenile girls in 2023 while they used airplane bathrooms was arrested Thursday, federal prosecutors said.