Accounts that were compromised in the July 15 hack included those of Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk.
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For someone whose Twitter bio claims he rarely tweets because the platform is “too manipulated,” Ron Cohen was quite prolific this week.
In the digital age, election season never really hits its stride until opposing campaign staffers start beefing on Twitter. On Sunday, Andy Wong, a staffer for congressional candidate Ro Khanna, fired a tweet across the bow when he noted that Congressman Mike Honda (D-Fremont) had skipped his second candidate forum in as many days. Political consultant Barry Barnes noted in a reply tweet that Honda still nabbed endorsements from both forum hosts despite being absent, and the politician’s “track record speaks for itself.” And that’s when things started to get a little nasty.
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The 28-year SJPD cop got his start in the department in 1992 as part of the Narcotics Enforcement Team.
The federal lawsuit filed this week alleges that President Trump’s order violates the Census Act and the U.S. Constitution.
An SJPD spokesperson said that officers used force after the woman failed to comply.
Gyms, hair salons, malls and a few other indoor businesses will have to close by the end of this week, according to state health officials.
Two of the seven individuals charged in the eBay cyberstalking case are former police captains with the Santa Clara Police Department.
Faced with calls to resign and many members defecting to the Fraternal Order of Police, Sgt. Paul Kelly has since changed his tune.