YouTuber Gabi DeMartino Accused of Selling ‘Child Porn’ Video of Herself on OnlyFans for $3

On Tuesday , subscribers of Gabi DeMartino’s OnlyFans page received a strange message. They were sent a 35-second video clip that they were asked to pay $3 to unlock, accompanied by a message reading, “won’t put my panties on.” When users paid the fee, they were reportedly presented with footage of the YouTuber as a young child in the nude.

One of the first people to call attention to DeMartino’s activity was Petty Paige, a fellow YouTube influencer who streamed a live video to her 164K followers blasting DeMartino for attempting to sell what she saw as child pornography to unsuspecting fans on the platform. Another YouTuber, Spill Sesh, took to Twitter to demand answers from DeMartino. “One of my followers messaged me saying they were a member of Gabi’s OF page and had paid for the video and was completely disturbed by what they had received,” Spill Sesh

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Hacker Selling Hundreds of Microsoft C-Suite Email Credentials

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How much are a CEO’s email credentials worth? According to one hacker, anywhere between $100 and $1,500 will do, although the specific price will be set depending on the company’s size and the person’s role in it. Unfortunately, this is not a drill: There are purportedly hundreds of C-suite level email credentials being sold on a Russian-speaking underground forum, ZDNet reported on Friday.

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ZDNet found that the hacker is selling email and password combinations for Office 365 and Microsoft accounts belonging to high-level executives such as the CEO, COO, CFO, CMO and CTO, among many others. The hacker posted an ad for the credentials on Exploit.in, an underground forum for Russian-speaking hackers, along with login information for an executive at a UK business management consulting agency and for the president of a U.S. apparel and accessories maker as a way to prove

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Uber Shops For Self-Driving Partners Or Even Selling Its Project

Reports in the last two weeks have suggested the Uber
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is looking to bring in external partners for their “advanced technology group” or even selling it outright to Aurora, a leading startup. Uber ATG is one of the most unusual — and certainly most controversial — self-driving teams. Strangely, Uber is the company best poised to monetize robocar technology, but also in some ways the one for which ownership of the technology is least essential.

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick felt it was essential. Uber is in the business of selling rides (AB5 debate notwithstanding) and many people feel that the business of selling rides will be taken over by the robotaxi. As such it is indeed essential that Uber be on top of that transition. That’s why he started the ATG project, feeling that Uber must own that tech.

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Nintendo Continues Cracking Down On People Selling Switch Hacks

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Nintendo filed a lawsuit Wednesday against an Amazon Marketplace user who was allegedly selling devices called RCM loaders. Used to help people jailbreak their Switch, shutting these down is the latest in the company’s efforts to stop players from pirating its games.

As first reported by Polygon, the lawsuit against reseller Le Hoang Minh seeks “relief for unlawful trafficking in circumvention devices in violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).” In addition to having the Seattle District Court order Minh to stop selling the devices, Nintendo also wants $2,500 in damages for each one already sold.

“Piracy of video game software has become a serious, worsening international problem,” Nintendo’s lawyers write (without offering any further detail), arguing that the RCM loaders and other devices like them are are a big contributor to that. While jailbreaking a Switch isn’t necessarily itself against the law, pirating games

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6 Steps to Selling on Social Media Messaging Platforms

Have you ever heard of conversion conversations? This sales technique involves getting to know your prospect through an online messaging platform, creating a conversation, then shifting to a sale once they are qualified. The best part? It’s entirely free if you do the legwork.





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When choosing which social media platform to use for your messaging, keep in mind that Facebook is still the largest social media platform, used by 2.6 billion users, according to Statista. Pew Research found that 75 percent of high earners use Facebook. Instagram is more visual, so if you’re selling products or services that look good in photos, or if you’re targeting younger generations, go for Instagram. According to Statista, 32 percent of users are between 18 and 24, and 33 percent are between 25 and 34.

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Huawei selling Honor phone brand in face of US sanctions

BEIJING (AP) — Chinese tech giant Huawei is selling its budget-price Honor smartphone brand in an effort to rescue the struggling business from damaging U.S. sanctions imposed on its parent company.

The move announced Tuesday is aimed at reviving Honor by separating it from Huawei’s network equipment and other businesses, which Washington says are a security threat, an accusation Huawei denies. They are under sanctions that block access to most U.S. processor chips and other technology.

Huawei Technologies Ltd.’s announcement gave no financial details but said the company will have no ownership stake once the sale is completed. Huawei will retain its flagship Huawei smartphone brand.


The buyer is a company formed by a technology enterprise owned by the government of the southern city of Shenzhen, where Huawei is headquartered, with a group of Honor retailers. Earlier news reports on rumors of a possible sale put the price as high

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Theresa Santiago of COUNTERPART ETO ERP Brings Over 20 Years of Experience Selling Software to Manufacturers – Press Release

Theresa Santiago of COUNTERPART ETO ERP Brings Over 20 Years of Experience Selling Software to Manufacturers

Theresa Santiago, Account Executive at COUNTERPART brings over 20 years of experience with selling software to manufacturers. Santiago improves business’ overall results by supporting, implementing, and selling to shop manufacturers with award winning results.  

Santiago is delighted to be part of the COUNTERPART team and shared, “My role allows me to partner with engineer-to-order/custom build manufacturers. This is so important because they have fallen by the wayside in the ERP software space – but with COUNTERPART, our engineering-driven manufacturing solution works like they do and will quickly make their lives easier, increase efficiencies and productivity while reducing costs and increasing overall profitability. It’s very rewarding to play a role in helping businesses grow and prosper.”    

About COUNTERPART ETO ERP: 

COUNTERPART is a full business operating software solution for engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturers. COUNTERPART Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) significantly improves efficiency, visibility, and project management while reducing human error. 

Unlike many ETO

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