Apple Confirms iPhone FaceTime Eavesdropping Exploit

News breaks of a vulnerability in the group functionality of its FaceTime application that allows users to eavesdrop on the people being called, even if they didn’t pick up the call!
The shockingly simple exploit works with any pair of iOS devices running iOS 12.1 or later. ”The bug lets you call anyone with FaceTime, and immediately hear the audio coming from their phone – before the person on the other end has accepted or rejected the incoming call.

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What You Should Know About the New Michael Jackson Documentary

When Michael Jackson died in 2009, Wade Robson—the former choreographer whose allegations of abuse are at the center of a controversial new documentary, Leaving Neverland—wrote in tribute to his friend:
Michael Jackson changed the world and, more personally, my life forever. He is the reason I dance, the reason I make music, and one of the main reasons I believe in the pure goodness of humankind. He has been a close friend of mine for 20 years.

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BREAKING: Reps pass national minimum wage bill

The council had approved the sum of N27,000 while the federal government said it would increase it to N30,000 for its workers. 
But while considering the bill, the lawmakers resolved to leave the national minimum wage “as recommended by the tripartite committee”.
The committee had approved N30,000 for both federal and state workers.

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TI anti-corruption ranking : Nigeria moves to 144th from 148th

However, Nigeria made the four notch jump without improving its score of 27 out of a possible 100 as recorded in 2017.
Africa’s most populous country is tied with Kenya, Comoros, Guatemala and Mauritania. And it is ranked better than Cameroon put at 152nd.
Botswana remains Africa’s most transparent country with a ranking of 34, followed by Namibia, Mauritius and Senegal.
The United States slid to 22nd in the world from 18th last year, dropping out of the top 20 countries for the first time since 2011.

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CAF agree to delay AFCON by a week

The continental tournament is now set to begin on June 21 instead of June 14 and will run until July 19. Egyptian Football Association (EFA) vice president Ahmed Shobir announced the decision on his private television sports programme. “A number of North African countries asked the CAF to delay the opening of the tournament for one week because of fasting in Ramadan as well as celebrating Eid Al-Fitr,” Shobir said on the TV programme, as quoted by Ahram Online.

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