KENNER, La. (AP) — Three baggage handlers at Louis Armstrong…

3 airport baggage handlers arrested.

KENNER, La. (AP) — Three baggage handlers at Louis Armstrong International Airport have been arrested in connection with the theft of guns and electronics from checked luggage.

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that 22-year-old Neishel Santana was booked Thursday with theft and possession of stolen property; 19-year-old Derrin James was booked with two counts of theft of a firearm and 23-year-old Romalice Honeycutt was booked with being a principal to theft of a firearm.

NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports (http://bit.ly/1v6x4Gy ) the trio was caught after Dallas law enforcement, investigating the theft of a laptop from luggage on a flight out of New Orleans, found out through a pawn-shop database that the computer had been sold at a Jefferson Parish pawn shop and contacted local authorities.

Authorities traced the sale to Santana.

21-year-old New Hampshire man charged…

Man charged in school lockdown heads to court.

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A 21-year-old New Hampshire man charged in connection with a lockdown at his former high school in Manchester is heading to court.

Damian Johnson of Manchester will be arraigned Friday on a felony count of falsifying physical evidence and misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass, violation of probation and disrupting school in session.

Police say Manchester High School West was on lockdown for 90 minutes Thursday, after a student reported seeing Johnson with a gun tucked into his waistband. He was found in a small, occupied classroom and was arrested without incident.

Manchester Police Chief David Mara said at no time did Johnson make a threat or act violently. He said Thursday police were still trying to determine why he entered the school.

Johnson remained in custody overnight.

A PRIVATE investor has bought a retail property

NSW: Retail sale, Prince Highway, Albion Park Rail, Shellharbour.

A PRIVATE investor has bought a retail property in the NSW Illawarra region for $5.4 million.

The under-construction service station building, on a 4752sq m site, is due for completion November.

The building is leased to a 7-Eleven on a 15-year term.

JLL agent Dylan McEvoy said there was a strong investor appetite for service station properties.

PRICE: $5.4m

BUYER: Private investor

Nude Kim Kardashian, Kaley Cuoco and Hope Solo photos appear online

After the dust appeared to have settled from the storm created by the recent celebrity iCloud hacking scandal, a new wave of nude celebrity photos have been leaked online.

The previously unseen images are alleged to feature reality TV star Kim Kardashian, American goalkeeper Hope Solo and actresses Kaley Cuoco and Vanessa Hudgens.

They also reportedly include Nashville star Hayden Panettiere, singer Avril Lavigne and actress-turned-fashion designer Mary-Kate Olson.

It comes just three weeks after naked photos of actress Jennifer Lawrence and ‘100 other stars’, including supermodel Kate Upton and actress Aubrey Plaza, were published online.

Although most of the latest victims were named on an original list of targeted celebrities, posted by a hacker to the anonymous image-sharing forum 4chan last month, Kim, also 33, was not.

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Reality star: Nude pictures allegedly showing TV personality Kim Kardashian (pictured) have been leaked online

Victims: The latest wave of naked images are also alleged to feature actress Vanessa Hudgens (left) and American goalkeeper Hope Solo (right). They were reportedly posted to image-sharing forum 4chan and Reddit

Targeted: Kaley Cuoco (left), who plays Penny in The Big Bang Theory (right), was named as a victim last month

According to TMZ, the images were reportedly uploaded to 4chan and Reddit, but the latter quickly removing them due to its stringent policy on hacked photographs being shared on the site.

While a representative for Kim declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline, the snaps which allegedly feature her have garnered much attention.

They show a woman who resembles the star taking nude selfies in a bathroom setting.

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It is not the first time Kim, who is married to rapper Kanye West, has had to deal with racy material being leaked to the public. In 2007, her sex tape with then-boyfriend Ray-J was published online.

The reality star filed a lawsuit against the tape’s distributors, Vivid Enetrtainment, which was finalled dropped when she settled for $5 million.

Kim Kardashian embraces flashing at Kanye concert

Actress: Hayden Panettiere was also allegedly a victim in the latest online leak of naked celebrity photos

Another victim: According to E! Online, nude photos allegedly showing singer Avril Lavigne (pictured) and actresses Leelee Sobieski and Lake Bell have also been uploaded online.

Posing: It is not the first time Kim (pictured, right, in a Twitter image), married to Kanye West (left), has had to deal with racy material being leaked to the public. In 2007, her sex tape with then-boyfriend Ray-J was leaked

The same year, Vanessa was forced to issue an apology after private photos of her were leaked online at the time she was appearing in Disney’s High School Musical 2.

According to E! Online, nude photos allegedly showing actresses Leelee Sobieski and Lake Bell were also uploaded online this morning.

Three weeks ago, compromising images of dozens of celebrities – including model Cara Delevingne and Jessica Brown Findlay – emerged online after a hacker reportedly gained access to their iCloud accounts and stole their pictures.

While it appears that she was unaffected by the attacks, actress Cameron Diaz recently expressed her thoughts on the scandal while in London to promote her latest movie Sex Tape.

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Scandal: It comes just three weeks after naked photos of actress Jennifer Lawrence (left) and ‘100 other stars’, including supermodel Kate Upton and actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, were published online

Stars: Mary Elizabeth Winstead (left) tweeted that nude photographs of her were taken with her husband ‘years ago in the privacy of our home’, while actress Aubrey Plaza (right) was also an alleged victim of the leak

Speaking on ITV’s This Morning, she said: ‘Whoever has done it, they will be caught and made examples of. This can happen to anyone.

‘If these guys can do it to this group of people then everyone’s vulnerable to it.

‘I think that people really need to look at… how would they feel if it happened to them?’

The hacking is believed to have been the result of ‘a very targeted attack’ on celerbrity’s ICloud accounts

Last month, actress Kirsten Dunst became the first celebrity to publicly criticize technology giant Apple when she posted a sarcastic message on Twitter.

The Spiderman star tweeted ‘Thank you iCloud’, the day after naked photos of her were published online.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Lawrence, a three-time Oscar nominee who won for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, contacted authorities after the images began appearing.

‘This is a flagrant violation of privacy,’ Lawrence’s publicist Liz Mahoney wrote in a statement. ‘The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.’

Apple has denied that its iCloud system was compromised during the attacks, which were the result of ‘a very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions’.

We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report,’ Apple spokeswoman Nat Kerris told MailOnline.

The firm, which said it was ‘outraged’ by the security breach, has now advised worried customers to update their accounts with a ‘strong’ password and enable two-step verification.

WHAT IS 4CHAN? HOW THE NAKED PHOTOS OF CELEBRITIES SPREAD ONLINE

4Chan is an image-based forum where users can post photos and videos anonymously, as well as comment on others’ posts.

Registration is not required, nor possible. The site is split into various boards, each with their own specific content and guidelines.

These include content on music, photography, gaming, comics, fashion and images of celebrities, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Kim Kardashian.

Forum: In the latest hack, the nude celebrity photos were posted on 4chan, before being shared on forums on Reddit. Above, ‘The Fappening’ subreddit allows thousands of subscribers to view the graphic pictures

Its main board, called ‘Random’, features minimal rules on what can be posted. It is often where controversial images and videos are uploaded by users.

When it launched in 2003, the site was used to post photos and discuss Japanese anime.

However, it quickly expanded, and is now linked to various internet subcultures and activism.

It has also been linked to a number of high-profile hacks.

Last month, actress Kirsten Dunst became the first celebrity to publicly criticize technology giant Apple when she posted a sarcastic message on Twitter

In 2006, users of 4chan and other websites ‘raided’ American white nationalist Hal Turner by launching multiple attacks and prank calling his phone-in radio show.

Meanwhile, in 2008, the Yahoo email account of Sarah Palin was hacked by an anonymous 4chan user, before posting her password and screenshots on Wikileaks.

In the latest hack, the nude celebrity photos were posted on 4chan, before being shared on forums on Reddit and other social networking sites.

One such forum, called ‘The Fappening’, allows thousands of subscribers to view the graphic pictures, provides advice on how to share them online and protects the identity of the unnamed hacker.

In a post a few weeks ago, the moderator of the subreddit told users that they must not post any information, true or false, about the identity of the person leaking the photos.

He or she wrote: ‘If you do that, you will be banned from this subreddit.’

The moderator, using the handle ‘thefappeningmod’, went on to list an array of other domains that subscribers can use to access the nude pictures.

Every time the subreddit, along with ‘live updates’ is deleted, a new forum is opened.

According to a recent report from the live broadcast, the hacker has more than 2GB w

Apple’s iOS 8 is so secure, even the police can’t get hold of your details, Tim Cooke says

Alongside the new keyboards, messaging tools and photo features of iOS 8, Apple has also updated the software’s security features.

In an open letter to customers, Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook announced the firm has changed the way encryption works in iOS 8.

As a result the company can no longer bypass a user’s passcode, making it impossible for it to hand over data to law enforcement officers and governments.

Apple has changed the way encryption works in iOS 8 (pictured), and as a result the company can no longer bypass a user’s passcode. This makes it impossible to hand over data to law enforcement and governments and is the case even if a search warrant is served on the firm or customer

This is the case, even if a search warrant is served on the firm or customer.

These new rules, however, only apply to data stored on the device, locked by a passcode, and Apple will be able to access data stored on iCloud if presented with a warrant for it.

And because these new features only apply to iOS 8, data can be extracted where necessary on devices running older versions of the software, from iOS 4 to iOS 7, as has always been the case.

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The announcement is part of a wider privacy and security push being made by Apple to protect its users.

HOW TO SECURE YOUR DEVICE

Apple has issued fresh advice about how to keep the data on its devices secure, and how to make sure its covered by the new rulings.

Firstly, set a passcode on all Apple devices, ‘the more complex, the better.’

Owners of an iPhone 5S or later should enable Touch ID.

Enable Find My iPhone, iPad, and Mac, to locate devices if they’re lost or stolen.

With iOS 8, if users choose to use iCloud when setting up a new device, Find My iPhone will be enabled automatically.

Activation Lock, which is built into Find My iPhone, also prevents an iOS device from being reactivated without a user’s permission, even if they’ve already erased it remotely.

Choose a strong, unique Apple ID password, which contains at least one letter, have at least one capital letter and number, not contain multiple identical consecutive characters and be at least eight characters long.

Users should also make the answers to their security questions hard to guess, and select new security questions or change their answers regularly.

Turn on two-step verification, by going to Manage My Apple ID.

In the letter, on Apple’s new Privacy page, Mr Cook wrote:

‘At Apple, your trust means everything to us.

‘We’re publishing this website to explain how we handle your personal information, what we do and don’t collect, and why.

‘A few years ago, users of internet services began to realise that when an online service is free, you’re not the customer. You’re the product.

‘But at Apple, we believe a great customer experience shouldn’t come at the expense of your privacy.’

According to the new privacy site, on devices running iOS 8, personal data including photos, messages – including attachments – email, contacts, call history, iTunes content, notes, and reminders are placed under the protection of a user’s passcode.

‘Unlike our competitors, Apple cannot bypass your passcode and therefore cannot access this data,’ continued the firm.

‘So it’s not technically feasible for us to respond to government warrants for the extraction of this data from devices in their possession running iOS 8.’

And as part of Apple’s updated Legal Process Guidelines, used by the police and governments, the firm said: ‘For all devices running iOS 8.0 and later versions, Apple will no longer be performing iOS data extractions as the data sought will be encrypted and Apple will not possess the encryption key.’

The announcement is part of a wider privacy push being made by Apple to protect users. In an open letter, on Apple’s new Privacy site (pictured) Mr Cook wrote: ‘Apple cannot bypass your passcode and therefore cannot access this data. So it’s not technically feasible for us to respond to warrants from devices running iOS 8′

Mr Cook (pictured) also explained that updates about privacy will be added to the new site ‘at least once a year and whenever there are significant changes to policies.’ These new rules do mean that Apple’s support staff will not be able to bypass a locked device if a users has forgotten the code, for example

The only files that can be provided as part of official requests, when served a search warrant, are SMS, iMessage, MMS, photos, videos, contacts, audio recording, and call history.

Apple will not provide email, calendar entries, or any third-party app data.

Mr Cook also explained that updates about privacy will be added to the new site ‘at least once a year and whenever there are significant changes to our policies.’

These new rules do mean that Apple’s support staff will not be able to bypass a locked device if a users has forgotten the code, for example.

The rules only apply to data stored on the device, locked by a passcode (left), and Apple will still be able to access data stored on iCloud if presented with a warrant for it. But, because these new features only apply to iOS 8, data can be extracted on devices running older versions of the software, from iOS 4 to iOS 7 (right)

Earlier this week, Apple began rolling out changes to its two-step verification process to include iCloud data. This means that when the service is enabled, iCloud users will need to enter a four-digit code, (pictured) that is sent to a separate, trusted device before getting access to files on a web browser

Apple continued: ‘The most common requests we receive for information come from law enforcement in the form of either a Device Request or an Account Request.

‘Our legal team carefully reviews each request, ensuring it is accompanied by valid legal process. All content requests require a search warrant.

‘If we are legally compelled to divulge any information and it is not counterproductive to the facts of the case, we provide notice to the customer when allowed and deliver the narrowest set of information possible in response.’

Earlier this week, Apple began rolling out changes to its two-step verification process to include iCloud data.

This means that when the service is enabled, iCloud users will need to enter a four-digit code, that is sent to a separate, trusted device, before getting access to files on a web browser.

WHAT’S NEW IN IOS 8 – AND SHOULD YOU UPGRADE?

The search function on Apple’s Photos app (pictured) has been improved to make it easier to find photos, based on location, dates or album name. Users can fine-tune edits, and the latest smart composition tools automatically straighten horizons, and crop images

PHOTOS

The search function on Apple’s Photos app has been improved to make it easier to find photos, based on location, dates or album.

Users can fine-tune edits, and the latest smart composition tools automatically straighten horizons, or crop the image.

The Messages app takes on Whatsapp by letting users capture sounds to send in conversations, including voice notes, ambient sounds or music

There are also smart adjustments that modify the overall light and colour in a photo to balance exposure, brightness and contrast.

Apple has now added time-lapse video modes, accessible through the Record button on the Camera app.

MESSAGES

The Messages app in iOS 8 takes on Whatsapp by letting users capture sounds to send in conversations, including voice notes, ambient sounds or music.

To play these sounds, users can either press the Play button, or hold the device up to their ear and listen like a phone call.

THE opportunity has been laid out for Nikolai ToporStanley

Western Sydney Wanderers captain Nikolai Topor-Stanley surprised with Socceroos call-up. THE opportunity has been laid out for Nikolai Topor-Stanley, but he knows it’s now up to him to make the most of it. The

 

Western Sydney Wanderers captain Nikolai Topor-Stanley surprised with Socceroos call-up.

THE opportunity has been laid out for Nikolai Topor-Stanley, but he knows it’s now up to him to make the most of it.

The Wanderers skipper was convinced Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou was going in a different direction, which is why he admits he was surprised by his national call-up.

The 29-year-old defender was included in the Socceroos squad to play friendly games against the UAE and Qatar next month, ending a five year absence from the national team.

IBINI AND TOPOR-STANLEY ANGE’S ASIAN CUP BOLTERS

Postecoglou has focused on developing Australia’s ‘generation next’, but Topor-Stanley’s outstanding form for Western Sydney couldn’t be overlooked, putting the experienced defender back in the frame for the first time since 2009.

“I’m happy that I feel rewarded for a lot of hard work and determination that I’ve put into my game over the last couple of years,” he said.

“So this is a big opportunity for me to show that it’s a stage where I belong and I’m very excited by it.

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Ange Postecoglu has called up pacy Sydney FC winger Bernie Ibini to the Socceroos squad for the upcoming friendlies against the UAE and Qatar with three other A-League players also named in the 23-man squad.

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“It was pretty obvious to me that the coach was going in a different direction. He seemed to be blooding a lot of new, younger players and I assumed that was the direction he was going in, which he’s entitled to, but I never stopped wanting to give the best account of myself either. I pride myself on being a consistent player, so maybe that’s been rewarded.”

The Wanderers are preparing for the return leg of their Asian Champions League semi-final against FC Seoul on Wednesday and Topor-Stanley has been instrumental for his team during the continental competition.

It’s his success against the best in Asia that caught the eye of Postecoglou and Topor-Stanley is in prime position to play a major part in the Socceroos Asian Cup campaign next year.

“The door is only open, now it’s up to me to justify that selection and show that it’s a stage I can perform on,” he said.

Nikolai Topor-Stanley and Tomi Juric of the Wanderers earned Socceroos call ups. Source: News Corp Australia

“It doesn’t harm my chances that I’ve recently been to the Middle East, I’m familiar with the conditions and I’ve played against Middle Eastern opposition. I have a bit of experience in that way, but I’ll be using that just to help the team in any way I can to improve and help them win these two games.”

Topor-Stanley also credits Wanderers coach Tony Popovic and the staff at the club for his development.

“I’m in a great team environment and a club that’s allowed me to grow as a player and as a person,” he said.

“So there has to be a lot of credit going to the coaching staff, to the club itself and to my teammates over the years, past and present. It’s definitely something that’s helped me change and improve my game.