21 Apr '11, 11pm

Facebook accounts hacked, women's photos put on adult sites

MINNEAPOLIS - Prosecutors have accused a Minnesota man of hacking into other people's Facebook and computer accounts and stealing photos of women to post on adult websites. Prosecutors charged Timothy Noirjean, 26, of Woodbury, with 13 counts of identity theft, alleging that from February to March last year, he contacted women online and duped them into providing him with personal information that allowed him to hack their Facebook and other accounts. After hacking a Facebook account, prosecutors said Noirjean would pose as the owner to make contact with that person's friends and try to gain access to more computer accounts. Prosecutors allege Noirjean stole photographs of eight women - aged 17 to 24 - and posted those pictures on adult websites. The authorities also identified nine other victims whose accounts were accessed. His first court appearance is set for May 26. AP

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SINGAPORE : The PAP Women's Wing is calling for more women participation in Parliament - to make up at least 30 per cent. ...