Cindy Lee Garcia claims that she was duped into the role in the anti-Islamic film “Innocence of Muslims.”
*All hell broke loose in the middle east when the anti-Islamic film that parodied the prophet Muhammad was released onto the Internet last week.
Four U.S. officials were killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi and the filmmaker has gone into hiding.
Not only has the filmmaker–who went by the name Sam Bacile, whose real name is Nakoula Basseley Nakoula–gone into hiding, but others affiliated with the film have gone in as well.
Actress Cindy Lee Garcia said she was duped into acting in the film entitled “Innocence of Muslims” that included a scene where Prophet Muhammad puts his
*Online security seems to be a joke these days.
The government gets hacked, the websites get hacked, Facebook is spamming up folks pages from hacks.
What’s going on? The latest security breach that was set to shut down users Internet capability on Monday was bad enough, but now comes another one hitting the free e-mail and Internet provider sites.
Yahoo! had to send out an alert Thursday that a security breach involving the theft of over 400,000 users’ passwords may have spilled over to other popular e-mail providers like Gmail, AOL, and Hotmail, according to the New York Times. (more…)
Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson accused by large shareholder of padding his resume.
*The nation’s CEO’s are retreating to their offices and closing their doors with no comment on the newest revelation in Internet business.
There has been a ripple in the waters of accuracy in the employment process that surely isn’t a lone incident. How many of you CEO’s need to tell us something? Come on! This is your chance to out yourself and keep your job.
So far, it seems that Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson will be keeping his job with the Internet technology company after it was discovered that he may have padded his resume a little bit. (more…)
*The social networking realm of the technology world is steadying itself for a huge rumble in the jungle.
Facebook has risen so fast it appears that they have forgotten a few things that brought them to the top. Now, it’s time to pay the piper!
Yahoo! is fed up with Facebook and wants them to acknowledge the services they’ve provided. The patents on those services have
*Ciara has been a bit low-key lately after her “Basic Instinct,” album turned out not to be the “comeback” she was hoping for.In fact it only sold around 37,000 copies.
She even asked her label to release her from her contract and isn’t too happy about her career overall we hear. But she shared her thoughts about the future with Yahoo Australia:
“Right now, I am in the process of letting things fall how they are supposed to. It may sound crazy to you, but I have never really managed to take time for me and to enjoy my life and enjoy the benefits I have been blessed with,” says Ciara. “I want to look back five years from now and be happy, I have set up the proper building blocks for my business to run on, even if I don’t want to perform. I am working hard on every aspect of my career, from who I am as a performer to making music, TV and films. From my perspective, my goal is to do more than just perform. To use the platform I have been given to turn it into something more, to do something different.”