Many ‘smart TVs’ have poor security, and hackers can take over various functions – including webcams built for Skype. ‘But they could recognise their living room and from the angle the video was taken they worked out that it must have been filmed from the webcam that was attached to their smart TV.’ ‘There was no communication from anyone to the couple – no blackmail threat or revenge-type message.
Less than 48 hours after she became a household name as Hillary Clinton's newest high-profile backer, former Miss Universe Alicia Machado's life has begun to unravel into a tangle of sex and violence that could give Clintonworld second thoughts about putting her under the spotlight.
Carrie Bradshaw and Candace Bushnell have the same initials, a flourish emphasizing their connection.
Moreover, just as Carrie Bradshaw eventually gets her articles for the fictional 'New York Star' published as a book in later series, the entire Sex and the City series is based on a compilation of Bushnell's own columns for the 'New York Observer.
He coordinated the movement of illegal narcotics into the United States and overs[aw] the repatriation of narcotics-related proceeds.' Court hearing: Alicia Machado leaves court with her lawyer Ricardo Koesling (left) in Caracas after denying that she was involved in the attempted murder of her boyfriend's brother-in-law at the funeral for her boyfriend's sister, who jumped to her death while eight months pregnant 'I'M NOT A SAINT GIRL': Tuesday on CNN, Machado didn't push back against reports that she threatened to kill a Venezuelan judge after he charged her boyfriend with an attempted murder in a hit-job for which she allegedly served as getaway driver Machado issued a stinging denial – after Vázquez's arrest – telling People in Spanish that she 'did not have any relationship... Jose Gerardo Alvarez Vazquez known by the nickname of "the Indian".' But in the same statement Machado also claimed the story of drug lords attending her daughter's christening could not be true because Dinorah had never been baptized – a highly unusual omission in 81-percent Catholic Mexico.