Horrific Facebook baby killing casts spotlight on social media savagery

A 20-year-old man streamed the murder of his 11-month-old daughter on Facebook Live Monday, before committing suicide. Wuttisan Wongtalay filmed the gruesome act on the rooftop of a deserted hotel in Thailand.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/26/horrific-facebook-baby-killing-casts-spotlight-on-social-media-savagery.html

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Cleveland Murder Intensifies Scrutiny of Facebook Live

Video footage of a senseless murder in Cleveland, posted after the fact on Facebook Live, has attracted national attention to the role of the platform in criminals’ minds. Authorities Tuesday morning announced that Steve Stephens — the 37-year-old suspect wanted for the cold-blooded shooting of Robert Godwin Sr. — shot himself to death after a short pursuit by Pennsylvania State Police. Officials had responded to a tip about a sighting of Stephens’ white Ford Fusion in a parking lot in Erie, Pennsylvania.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84464.html?rss=1

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After rape threat against her 5-year-old, columnist quits social media

A person who threatened to rape and murder a woman’s 5-year-old daughter has caused that woman to flee social media.

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Darknet danger: Organs, murder, credit card info all for sale on Internet's underbelly

A new identity, a life-saving kidney, credit card numbers or even the murder of a troublesome business partner are all a few clicks away on the so-called “darkweb,” the seedy underbelly of the Internet that search engines don’t plumb and most people never surf.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04/23/darknet-danger-organs-murder-credit-card-info-all-for-sale-on-internet/

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Hot-car death highlights role of digital evidence

One of the few details to come out of the murder case against suburban Atlanta dad Justin Ross Harris — whose son was found dead after being strapped into a hot car for hours — is that he searched for information about such deaths shortly before the incident occurred.

The original article can be found here: http://rss.cnn.com/~r/rss/cnn_tech/~3/OE8WjEM5Yb4/index.html

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