A series of tweets about a lipstick-wearing boy in India who was lovingly supported by some family members after he was ridiculed by others is being widely shared on social media.
Janis: ALL RECORDS OF THE LAST TWO GA FEDERAL ELECTIONS WERE DELETED AGAINST FEDERAL LAW: Kemp—who on July 2 wrote in a USA Today op-ed that allegations that the Georgia voter system was at risk were “fake news”—blamed the CES for its “inexcusable conduct or gross incompetence.” Kennesaw State officials indicate the deletion was routine, but they also would not answer questions about the remarkable timing or state clearly the reason for the deletion. According to the Associated Press, GOP state Rep. Scot Turner called on Georgia’s attorney general to investigate “whether there was criminal intent” in the destruction of the data. U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, a Democrat, sent the AP a statement saying the server wipe “appears to be a willful and premeditated destruction of evidence.” In an email dated July 7, Kennesaw State University IT security professional Christopher Michael Dehner wrote to associate vice president of educational technology engineering innovation Davide Gaetano, saying: “Per your instructions regarding the reimaging and installation of the CES server, we DBAN’d the hard drives.” DBAN, or Darik’s Boot and Nuke, is a program to delete computer data. Also included on that email was Stephen Gay, Kennesaw State University’s chief information security officer and university information technology services executive director.