In a decision published on the province's Education Ministry website, the three-person panel found former Grade 4/5 teacher Darren Hankey guilty of professional misconduct related to behaviour that took place in the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school district between 20."Most of the allegations dealt with in this proceeding raise issues of dishonesty as a result of (Hankey's) desire to hide his inappropriate behaviour of a sexual nature utilizing school property, and his lack of due diligence in record keeping,'' read the document."His conduct undermines the credibility of the profession.''21-page ruling Hankey couldn't be reached for comment.He also wasn't present for the panel hearing, which took place in late 2014.In yet another stunning revelation about digital espionage (though how stunned can we continue to be at this point), The Guardian reports that British surveillance organization GCHQ ran a program between 20 that collected images from Yahoo chat users’ webcams.The program managed to collect a high volume of webcam imagery, including sex chat content, from over 1.8 million global Yahoo users in a single six month period in 2008, the report claims.
Yahoo strongly denies any prior knowledge of the existence of the program, according to The Guardian, and in fact was characterized as being outraged with the fresh reports of violations of its customers’ privacy.
“They can’t work, they just can’t function.” The team said one of the most striking observations they had made about sufferers was the variation between what sparks their symptoms. Powell noted that all the patients were very different and some environments triggered symptoms for some patients while other environments triggered symptoms for others.
“So by using virtual reality (VR) we can have vast flexibility over the different types of environments that we can show to patients and we can find out what their individual triggers might be and then tailor specific rehabilitation therapies,” she said.
Yahoo and other tech companies have called for more transparency from government surveillance agencies about their espionage activities.
VANCOUVER — An elementary school teacher in British Columbia repeatedly sneaked into his school for late-night phone calls to sex chat lines and used a colleague's work laptop over a winter break to access explicit websites and download pornography, a disciplinary panel has found.