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San Antonio Police Department internal affairs investigator Sgt. Thomas Maurice speaks during the first day of arbitration in the case of former officer Javier Perales Jr. A former San Antonio police officer who was fired after officials said he sent inappropriate photographs to a woman for nearly a year went before an arbitrator Tuesday in day one of a hearing to determine whether he should be reinstated. Javier Perales Jr. This is the second time Perales has sought his job back; he prevailed in an arbitration hearing in after being accused of threatening his ex-wife and her father. The woman, who was the first witness questioned during the hearing, testified that the harassment started after a one-night stand with Perales.
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Sure, it sounds a little wacky. The AARP advising its members ages 50 and older not to be flashing the flesh? But it's a new twist on the old romance scams that drive people to lose their shirts. Think about it: Do you want a picture of your junk to end up in the hands of your mother? Or your boss? Or your pastor? But she argues that the odds are really good that the scammers only want your money.
They also suggested an anti-forwarding technology to be implemented on the app to prevent immediate leaks of intimate or nude photos. Their team was one of the four winners of Hackathon for a Better World. The theme for this year's competition was tackling online harms, especially against women and girls. Speaking at the virtual awards ceremony on Thursday Oct 28 , Minister of State for Communications and Information Tan Kiat How said: "The risk of exposure to online harms and threats have increased significantly, especially in the new normal of learning, working and socialising from home. Events such as this hackathon are an important avenue to bring together like-minded individuals from all walks of lives Organised by DBS Bank, the Singapore judiciary and the Ministry of Communications and Information, the hackathon saw 28 teams come up with solutions to foster a safer online space for women and girls over a two-month period from July The four SMU students in team Go Women, whose proposal won the Most Innovative Idea Award, said they joined the hackathon to help women who were victims of leaked nude photos and to prevent such leaks from happening to others. The now-defunct SG Nasi Lemak chat group on Telegram, which hosted obscene photos and videos - some of Singapore women - was a "push factor" in the team's decision to create solutions to prevent sexual crimes online. The group had 44, members at its peak. One of the administrators of the group was fined and jailed this year, while another man was given a mandatory treatment order.