The Daily Populous

Tuesday March 15th, 2022 evening edition

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Since 2014, attacks inspired by the "incel movement" and spanning the U.S. and Canada have left dozens dead.

Early intervention and behavioral threat assessments could be the difference between life and death for women targeted by the growing ideology, according to the 26-page report.

The NTAC routinely publishes research based on an assessment of the current threat environment.

"One of those stories was 81 pages long and involved the protagonist murdering several girls before committing suicide.

A 2018 van attack in Toronto left 10 people dead and 16 injured — the deadliest incident linked to the incel movement.

"And so, if there's no 'direct threat' or a criminal statute violated, they often feel that they can't do anything.

According to the U.S. Secret Service, recent success stories include comprehensive initiatives developed out of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and Pinellas County, Florida. »

Medical student surgically implants Bluetooth device into own ear to cheat in final exam

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It was the student’s final attempt on Monday to clear the exam after repeatedly failing it since getting admission into the college 11 years ago.

But they were not able to recover the Bluetooth device while frisking the student, whose name has not been revealed by the college.

Such a technique was used by a Vyapam scam accused too to clear his medical exam eight years ago.”. »

Devolver Co-Founder Announces New Publisher Focused on Games That Improve Mental Health

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From Wilson’s perspective, he had seen firsthand the numerous benefits video games had on mental health especially.

DeepWell is a new games publisher explicitly dedicated to both developing and publishing games that provide proven health benefits, as well as partnering with existing developers and publishers to win similar health approvals for games already out in the world.

Wilson says that DeepWell will include games that are beneficial to both mental and physical wellbeing, but will have a heavy emphasis on mental health. »