FBI: New Barbie 'Video Girl' doll could be used for child porn

The FBI is warning law agencies that the new Barbie "Video Girl" doll could be used as a tool by pedophiles to make child pornography.
In an alert entitled "Barbie 'Video Girl' a Possible Child Pornography Production Method," the FBI said the doll has a built-in hidden camera in the chest and a small LCD screen for video display in her back.
The FBI "cyber crime alert" doesn't cite any misuse of the doll, which has been on the market since July, but talks about the possibility.
"FBI investigation has revealed instances where an individual convicted of distributing child pornography had given a Barbie doll to a 6 year old girl," the alert said.
The document went on to cite the findings of another investigation that found "examples where a concealed video camera had recorded child pornography." That camera didn't involve a doll, FBI special agent Frederick Gutt in Seattle, Washington, said Friday.
"The possibility of the combination of these two in a single device presents a concern for investigators," said the alert, dated November 30.
"Law enforcement is encouraged to be aware of unconventional avenues for possible production and possession of child pornography, such as the Barbie Video Girl," the document said.
The FBI regularly distributes such alerts to help investigators improve policing. No incidents involving the new doll have been reported, according to Gutt and another FBI special agent, Steve Dupre.
The doll's camera can capture 30 minutes of footage, and the video can be downloaded and streamed live to a computer, but there is no indication it can be streamed directly to the Internet, the FBI alert said.
The notice is written for law agencies only, but someone at the FBI mistakenly sent it to media outlets in Seattle, said Dupre of the FBI's Sacramento, California, office, which distributed the notice.
"It was an inadvertent dissemination of the document," Dupre said. "There have been no reported incidents of this doll being used as anything other than as intended."
Seattle media accounts of the FBI alert prompted some parents to express concerns about the doll.
"That plays into these people who prey upon our children's ideals. It frightens me," William Porres, a Tacoma, Washington, grandfather, told CNN affiliate KING. He said he will not buy the doll for his 6-year-old granddaughter.
"Oh, she would love it, but she's more important to me than a giggle on Christmas morning," Porres said.
A Mattel Inc. spokesman could not be reached for comment, but the toymaker issued a statement to KING:
"The FBI is not reporting that anything has happened. Steve Dupre from the FBI Sacramento field office has confirmed there have been no incidents of this doll being used as anything other than its intent. Mattel products are designed with children and their best interests in mind. Many of Mattel's employees are parents themselves and we understand the importance of child safety -- it is our number one priority," the statement said.
FBI special agent Gutt said the alert apprised other agencies about how the new doll's videotaping capabilities could contain evidence.
"The cyber alert was meant for law enforcement only and was taken out of context," Gutt said. "The intent was to aid law enforcement in evidence gathering."
The Mattel website says the $49.99 doll, for kids ages 6 and up, has been nominated for the 2011 Toy of the Year Award.
"Budding filmmakers, take note: Barbie doll now doubles as a video camera!" the website says. "Girls can record and play back clips with this multi-tasking doll, which has a video camera built right in. Capture everything from a doll's-eye-view, then watch it instantly or upload to your computer. There's an LCD screen on Barbie doll's back, and a camera lens hidden discreetly in her necklace. Talk about making movies in style!"

US war Crimes- Collateral Murder

On July 6, 2010, Private Bradley Manning, a 22 year old intelligence analyst with the United States Army in Baghdad, was charged with disclosing this video (after allegedly speaking to an unfaithful journalist). The whistleblower behind the Pentagon Papers, Daniel Ellsberg, has called Mr. Manning a 'hero'. He is currently imprisoned in Kuwait. The Apache crew and those behind the cover up depicted in the video have yet to be charged. To assist Private Manning, please see bradleymanning.org.

5th April 2010 10:44 EST WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad -- including two Reuters news staff.

Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-sight, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded.
The military did not reveal how the Reuters staff were killed, and stated that they did not know how the children were injured.

After demands by Reuters, the incident was investigated and the U.S. military concluded that the actions of the soldiers were in accordance with the law of armed conflict and its own "Rules of Engagement".

Consequently, WikiLeaks has released the classified Rules of Engagement for 2006, 2007 and 2008, revealing these rules before, during, and after the killings.

WikiLeaks has released both the original 38 minutes video and a shorter version with an initial analysis. Subtitles have been added to both versions from the radio transmissions.

WikiLeaks obtained this video as well as supporting documents from a number of military whistleblowers. WikiLeaks goes to great lengths to verify the authenticity of the information it receives. We have analyzed the information about this incident from a variety of source material. We have spoken to witnesses and journalists directly involved in the incident.

WikiLeaks wants to ensure that all the leaked information it receives gets the attention it deserves. In this particular case, some of the people killed were journalists that were simply doing their jobs: putting their lives at risk in order to report on war. Iraq is a very dangerous place for journalists: from 2003- 2009, 139 journalists were killed while doing their work.


කොන්ඩම් එක

එක්තරා පුද්ගලයෙක් හදිසි අනතුරු අංශයට ටැලිෆෝන් කර
"හෙලෝ, හරි වැඩේ.මගේ පුතා කොන්ඩම් එකක් ගිලලා
හදිසි අනතුරු අංශය- අපි දැන්ම දොස්තර කෙනෙක් එවනවා
ටික වේලාවකින් ඔහු යලිත් හදිසි අනතුරු අංශය ඇමතීය
"දොස්තර එවන්න ඕනී නෑ.අපි වෙන එකක් හොයා ගත්තා"

රාත්‍රී සමාජ ශාලව

ඉහල පෙලේ රාත්‍රී සමාජ ශාලවක් අසලදී බීමත් නිරුවත් කාන්තාවක් ටැක්සි එකකට නැංගා.ටැක්සි ඩ්‍රයිවර්ට මේ කාන්තාව කිව්වා එයා යන ස්ථානය.ඉතින් ටැක්සි ඩ්‍රයිවර් වාහනය එලවන ගමන් පසු පස බලන කන්නාඩියෙන් මේ ගෑනී දිහා බලනවලු.මේ ගෑනී අහනවා " මොකද හලො කන්නාඩියෙන් බලන්නේ තමුසේ මීට කලින් ගෑනියෙක් හෙලුවෙන් දැකලා නැද්ද?
මේ ඩ්‍රයිවර් කියනවා" නෑ නෝනා මම වල්කමට බලනවා නෙවෙයි,මම මේ බලන්නේ ඔයා ටැක්සියට ගෙවන්න සල්ලි තියාගෙන ඉන්නේ කොහෙද කියලා"


ඔන්න එක මිනිහෙක් වල්කමේ ගියාලු.ඒ කියන්නේ කසාද බැඳපු ගෑනියෙක්ගේ ගෙදරට මිනිහා නැති වෙලාවේ.ගිහිල්ලා පොර මේ ගෑනිත් එක්ක ඉන්නකොට එකපාරම මේ ගෑනිගේ මිනිහා ආවලු ගෙදරට.මිනිහට පර්ස් එක අමතක වෙලා.මේ හොර මිනිහට ඇදුම් ඇඳ ගන්න වෙලාවක් නෑ.හෙලුවෙන්ම දිව්වලු පාරට.ලඟ තිබුන පඳුරක හැංගුනාලු.
මිනිහගේ පෙර පිනකට ඔතනින් මිනිස්සු වාගයක් නිරුවතින් මැරතන් එකක් දුවනවලු
ඒඩ්ස් නිවාරණ අරමුදලට ආධාර පිණිස.ඉතිං මේ මිනිහත් ඒකට එකතු වෙලා උන් එක්ක දුවනවා.
පස්සේ මෙතන හිටපු මැරතන් කාරයෙක් අහනවලු " ඔයි තමුසේ කොයි වෙලාවෙද මේකට රිංගුවේ කියලා.
මේ කුපාඩී මිනිහා කියනවලු "දැන් හුඟක් වෙලා"
එතකොට මැරතන් කාරයෝ අහනවලු මොකද තමුසේ කොන්ඩම් එකක් දාගෙන දුවන්නේ කියලා.මිනිහට ඒක ගලවන්න අමතක වෙලා
පස්සේ මූ කියනවලු " අනේ ඒඩ්ස් හැදෙන්නේ කොන්ඩම් දාන්නේ නැති නිසානේ.මම ඒක ප්‍රොමොෂන් කරන්න තමයි කොන්ඩම් එකක් දා ගෙන දුවන්නේ

ලැජ්ජා නැති වැඩේ

එක එඬේර ගොවියෙක් හිටියා.මිනිහා හැමදාම උදේට යනවා එලදෙනගෙන් කිරි දෝන්න.දවසක් මේ මිනිහා එලදෙනගෙන් කිරි දෝන්න ගියා.ටික වේලාවකින් මිනිහගේ ගෑනිත් ඔතනට ගියා .එතකොට ගෑනි දැක්කා මිනිහා උගේ සරම ගලවලා එලදනත් එක්ක සෙක්ස් කරනවා.
ගෑනීට හොඳටම තද වෙලා" මොකක්ද මිනිහෝ උඹ ඔය කරන ලැජ්ජා නැති වැඩේ.හිටපිය මම මුලු ගමටම කියනව උඹ ගෙදර ඉන්න එලදෙනට හු***වා කියලා"
එතකොට මේ මිනිහා කියාපී " උඹ ඕක කීවොත් මම ගමටම කියනවා උඹට වඩා මේ එලදෙනට හු** එක සැපයි කියලා"


Emma Watson Throws Harry Potter Farewell Dinner

Unlike her prim alter ego, Emma Watson knows how to throw a party. 

The actress, 20, who plays straight-laced Hermione Granger in the blockbuster Harry Potter franchise, hosted a dinner at her home in England recently as filming on the series drew to a close. 

"The last week of filming Emma had a dinner at her place, and we spoke about the best moments of filming, our secret crushes on set – all kinds of random questions," says James Phelps, who plays mischievous Fred Weasley in the movies. "But all the answers to these questions will stay in that room!" 

Apple cuts iPad price to $458

 Apple's iPad tablet computer -- one of the hottest items of the holiday shopping season -- got a price cut on the company's website Friday.
People who buy the iPad online Friday will save $41, making the lowest price for the device $458 for a model without a 3G connection and with 16 gigabytes of storage space. The top-end model, with a 3G connection and 64 gigabytes of storage, is also discounted $41, making it $788.
That's about an 8 percent discount on the base-level model and a 5 percent discount on the highest-end iPad.
Those one-day sale prices probably still sound expensive to many consumers, but the Black Friday sale is getting buzz from tech blogs because Apple rarely discounts the price of its high-end electronics and because the iPad is said to be one of the most sought-after gifts of the year.
according to a survey from Nielsen. It was the fourth-most-sought-after item among kids older than 13. Computers, TVs and smartphones were higher on the list for the older kids.
"Given the continued pressure on consumer spending, it is difficult to know how robust a holiday season this will be for tech devices, but this survey suggests the electronics aisle will be heavily traveled this season," that survey said.
Apple also listed discounts for several other items on its website. All of these deals are good until the end of Friday only. Among them:
$101 off the 13-inch MacBook Air
$101 off the MacBook Pro
$101 off the iMac
$41 off the iPod Touch
$21 off the iPod Nano
The site is offering free shipping on orders of $50 or more. The online price cut highlights a trend toward online sales and discounts this holiday season, but the Apple discounts were also available in Apple's retail stores Friday, according to two Apple store employees phoned by CNN.
At least one other retailer appeared to have discounted the iPad, too. At least one T.J. Maxx store was selling the base-level iPad for $400, or $58 less than the price listed at Apple.com, according to the tech blog Engadget, which posted apparent photos showing the in-store-only sale. The same photo was posted by a user on the store's website.

Harry Potter Actress's Brother, Father Allegedly Attempt to Kill Her

The father and brother of a Harry Potter actress has been charged with threatening to kill the 22-year-old at her Manchester, England, home, prosecutors said Friday. 

Afshan Azad, who appeared in four Potter movies as Harry's classmate Padma Patil, was allegedly attacked May 21 because her family, who are Muslim, did not approve of her relationship with a Hindu man, according to a spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service. 

Abdul Azad, 54, and his son Ashraf, 28, are accused of threatening to kill the actress. In addition, her brother has also been charged with assault, said a spokesman for prosecutors. 

The two appeared at Manchester Magistrates' Court on Tuesday,