Sara A. Carter joined Fox New’s Fox and Friends Weekend, Sunday morning, to discuss the Biden Border crisis. In a recent policy put forth, folks who claim to be LGBTQIA+ will not be detained for “their safety.”
Carter told the hosts, “people are claiming to be LGBTQ in an effort to stay in the county.”
She continued to call out the Biden administration stating this is a “way the Biden administration can make it public” for migrants, so they know what to do and say when they cross the border. Basically, the Biden administration is giving the illegal migrants direction on how to trick the system, she said. Carter frequently discusses these issues and more on her podcast The Sara Carter Show.
For example, Carter, brought up an example of a migrant she met in Yuma, Arizona where the migrant knew about the loophole put in place at the border in regards to the LGBTQIA+ community. Carter said the migrant told her “he was gay” but then later on in the interview revealed to Carter that in fact he wasn’t gay and that he only used it as a crutch for not being detained.
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Hacking group operating out of Russia claims to have stolen Sony, PlayStations data and selling to highest bidder
A group of hackers that is believed to be operating out of Russia has claimed it has successfully breached Sony’s security systems and stole data belonging to its customers. The group is threatening to sell the stolen information to the highest bidder.
The alleged breach was first reported by Australian site Cyber Security Connect and although Sony has not confirmed the breach, it has said it is investigating the claims. ‘We are currently investigating the situation, and we have no further comment at this time,” Sony’s press release read.
Ransomed.vc claimed on both the clear and dark nets ‘We have successfully compromissed [sic] all of sony systems,’ , as reported by Cyber Security Connect. ‘We won’t ransom them! We will sell the data. Due to Sony not wanting to pay. DATA IS FOR SALE,’ the group Ransomed.vc said in a statement.
The Daily Mail reports the Cyber Security report says that Ransomed.vc has posted a power point presentation online showing how the hacking was done, including screenshots of a login page and screenshots of files. The Cyber Security report says that Ransomed.vc threatened to post the information online on September 28 if it is not paid. The warning also gives Sony contact details for the group saying it is in possession of 6,000 files, which is described as ‘small’ compared to ‘all of Sony’s systems.’
The Daily Mail adds that the stolen data is reported to be in Japanese, and “In a bizarre element to the alleged hack is that Ransomed.vc has said that if payment isn’t received, it will be obligated to report the breach to the European Union’s data privacy body.”
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