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One such session was found on the suspect’s phone, police said. Foul-mouthed hacker hijacks baby monitor Investigators examining e-mail exchanges found one in which an alleged victim wrote she was downloading Skype and pleading, “Please remember im only 17. Have a heart.” “I’ll tell you this right now! I do NOT have a heart!!!” he wrote back, per the complaint. “However I do stick to my deals! Also age doesn’t mean a thing to me.” Authorities executed a search warrant at Abrahams’ home on June 4, at which time he “voluntarily agreed to speak” with a pair of FBI agents. Describing himself in that interview as a college freshman who was good with computers, the complaint said, he admitted using malware and his expertise to “watch his victims change their clothes and … use the photographs against them.” Abrahams further admitted the e-mail accounts, VPN, domain names or other pieces of the electronic puzzle that investigators used to build a case were his, according to the criminal complaint. Outside the court Thursday, Abrahams’ lawyer Alan Eisner said that his client’s family feels “profound regret and remorse” over what happened. He told CNN affiliate KTLA that Abrahams is autistic. “The family wants to apologize for the consequences of his behavior to the families who were affected,” Eisner said. As to the now 19-year-old Wolf, she is juggling her studies at the New York Film Academy with duties tied to being Miss Teen USA . A lifelong dancer and aspiring model, Wolf is using her platform to promote a number of initiatives — including, given her personal experience, the issue of cyberstalking.

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Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Nation’s Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs USA TODAY Threepeat: Best videos of the week A mand falls onto subway tracks, a crazy sumo tradition in Japan and dogs in freeze frame on this week’s episode of threepeat. USATODAY 2:46 p.m. EDT September 27, 2013 Fifty-two GoPro cameras were used to capture dogs doing their thing. (Photo: Screengrab from Devinsupertramp video) SHARE 5 CONNECT 23 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Welcome to your weekly USA TODAY Video Threepeat, a round up of the best viral videos of the week. Maybe you’ve seen them already, maybe not. But they are all definitely worth watching again. So without further holdup, here are our picks for top viral videos of the week. USA NOW

USA Cheer Appoints First Director of Safety

All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 27, 2013 — Karen Lew will serve as Director of Safety for cheerleading’s governing body. MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –USA Cheer has appointed Karen Lew to a new position of Director of Safety. Karen Lew, MEd., ATC, LAT, is the Clinical Coordinator for the Athletic Training Program at the University of Miami and is also actively involved in a variety of athletic training related organizations and initiatives. “Karen’s background in athletic training, coupled with her strong advocacy for athlete safety, makes her a perfect fit for USA Cheer’s mission of ensuring that cheerleading remains one of the safest athletic activities for young people to participate in,” says Bill Seely, Executive Director for USA Cheer. “Karen has always taken a proactive approach to athlete safety and will be an amazing resource for our organization and the millions of cheerleaders we serve across the United States.” Lew, who has published three textbooks on Athletic Training, received her Masters of Education in Exercise Science from the University of Louisiana, Monroe. A veteran presenter, she has spoken at more than 40 national conferences. Lew serves as the Co-Chair for the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Educators Meeting and the Athletic Trainers Association of Florida. “As someone who has worked closely with cheerleaders and coaches for more than 20 years, I have a passion for making sure that any athlete that wants to cheer can do so in a safe environment,” says Lew. “Cheerleading is a positive activity, and I share USA Cheer’s mission of serving these great athletes.” “We created the position for Karen Lew to continue the tremendous strides we have made over the last five years in cheerleading safety,” says Bill Seely, Executive Director of USA Cheer. “Karen can focus on initiatives that will help educate the cheerleading community, including parents, cheerleaders and coaches.” USA Cheer has made great strides over the last several years in significantly reducing injuries, making it one of the safest athletic activities for young people. To continue this tremendous momentum, USA Cheer, with Lew at the helm, will work closely with the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators and the U.S. All Star Federation on matters of cheer safety and will also outreach directly to cheerleaders, their coaches and parents and school administrators to ensure all cheerleaders are able to practice and perform in safe environments. She will be a major contributor to the network and will tweet via @CheerSafe. For more information, please contact Sheila Noone, or 901-251-5959.

at USAs Mitchell Center. About 150 people attended the forum to see Everts presentation, which included some of her own photographs shed taken during a visit to USA on the weekend of the final round of interviews. She praised the beauty of the campus and its surroundings, and stressed the need to publicize the universitys strengths. The University of South Alabama is a well-kept secret, she said. More people need to know about the great things youre doing. It really is important to communicate our accomplishments. The university should also expand its international outreach, she said, and offer more opportunities for students to study abroad and to share the universitys research accomplishments with a broader audience. Everts also discussed her leadership style. Listening is vitally important to me, she said, along with the value of collective thinking in addressing problems. Doug Marshall, president of USAs Faculty Senate and a member of the presidential search committee, started the question-and-answer session by asking Everts about her vision for the university over the next five to 10 years. The vision needs to flow from the strategic plan, she said. It will evolve and grow, given the changes and issues important to the university, and will enable us to capitalize on opportunities. Marshall also asked Everts to discuss a typical faculty members workday in the future. Increasingly, faculty members will expand the options for online learning, Everts said. There are some disciplines that have tremendous growth in online learning, and I expect that to continue, she said.