The U.S. has neither formal diplomatic relations nor an extradition treaty with Iran , meaning the U.S. can't request Mesri's extradition. US prosecutors in NY unveiled a seven-count indictment against Behzad Mesri , whom they identified as an Iran-based hacker who also goes by the name Skote Vahshat.
The company noted that after four consecutive years of profit growth, margins in United Kingdom business declined due to a more competitive market environment, especially for holidays to Spain. Shares rose initially before falling back 8.49% to 11.04p in morning trading as investors reacted to the company saying that tough competition for holidays to Spain hit United Kingdom margins.
According to Bloomberg , hackers were paid £75,000 to delete the information. News of the leak comes on the heels of revelations the Australian Broadcasting Corporation accidentally exposed Amazon Web Services S3 bucket containing a large amount of user data - an error that also recently led to almost 50,000 Australians' PII being leaked online by a government contractor.
Still, many opponents of the pipeline were present and spoke out about the ruling, and a number of University of Nebraska-Lincoln journalism students were on hand to capture various moments in 360-degree video. Omaha Attorney Brian Jorde who represents landowners opposing the pipeline says he's pleased the panel turned down the proposed route. Former TransCanada Chief Executive Officer Hal Kvisle doesn't think regulators appreciate how hard it is to reroute a pipeline plan.
The chancellor said on Monday that she would prefer early elections rather than the uncertainty of a minority government. "I am very skeptical and I believe that new elections would be the better path", she said. Either way, the setback has raised concerns about the political stability of Europe's largest economy. But the FDP announced late Sunday night that it would not continue with talks, taking the best chance for a stable governing coalition off the table.One option open to Merkel ...
Those behind the alleged theft of $ 31 million worth of Tether's U.S. dollar-backed tokens were also involved in a high-profile hack two years ago, a cybersleuth has concluded from available blockchain data. Following several weeks of increased issuance of Tether's token USDT, which notionally acts as a USA dollar replacement, a "malicious action" has removed nearly 31 million from its Treasury wallet.