Monthly Archives: July 2016

PR Expert Talks Doxxing Prevention Techniques

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With more and more of our life ending up on the internet, or on computers in some fashion, it has become of the utmost priority to protect your privacy. Darius Fisher, the President of Status Labs, knows first hand what it can mean to lose your privacy on the internet. Getting doxxed is what happens when your private information goes public and trolls use it against you to cause frustration and potential harm. Having lived through it first hand, Fisher decided to compile some easy to implement tips on preventing it in the future.

So the first thing that Darius Fisher advocates doxxing victims to practice is this: patience. The people that hack your personal information and spew it to the public want you to freak out and overreact. Instead of giving in to what they want, no matter how hard it might be, Darius Fisher advocates taking a calm and measured approach. Document all of the information that is getting posted, take screenshots of who is dealing the information, and make sure to file complaints and reports to the proper agencies immediately. Once you’ve done that you can move on to preventative measures.

In terms of doxxing prevention Darius Fisher advocates really controlling what information you even allow to reach the internet. Obviously we are going to use the internet and our information is going to get out there, but we can at least control how the flow works. Make sure that your social media accounts are locked down tight. Make sure to keep your info restricted to just friends while limiting who can share, view, or comment on the information.

After you’ve started reeling your information in you can start to get serious about privacy in the future. Start to get into the habit of changing your passwords frequently, running spyware and malware software on your computer, and preventing the problem from ever happening again.

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Bellamy Gives Taste of Freedom to Chef Patrick Ponsaty

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Patrick Ponsaty is a rare Frenchman. A native of Toulouse, the semi arid region of France amongst the Pyrenees, he won the distinction of Meilleurs Ouvrier de France in 2012, a rare feat for any chef and one of only 10 in the state of California who has received it.

While his career has been impressive, what he has yearned for throughout his career is the freedom of having his own restaurant; thanks to Brian Bonar, entrepreneur, this is becoming a reality with Bellamy, a new restaurant at the Ranch at Bandy Canyon.

It is an unassuming little adobe building in Escondido that Ponsaty hopes to transform into a new culinary destination. When people think of Escondido, they don’t necessarily think of classy cuisine, and Ponsaty hopes to change that. His understated and elegant cooking style has become his trademark–past experiences including his tenure at El Bizcocho and La Bastide. Learn more about Brian Bonar:

Ponsaty has a remarkable background, including his time coaching upcoming cooking star Gavin Kaysen at the National Trophy of Cuisine and Pastry in 2003, in which he won third in the world.

Bellamy is the brainchild of Brian Bonar, an entrepreneur with decades of experience founding and operating new and innovative businesses. He had developed a relationship with Ponsaty while he was the chef at El Bizchoco, creating a true and enduring loyalty to Ponsaty and his culinary visions.

With his stepdaughter leading the day-to-day operations of the restaurant, the chef will have the ability to soar like never before. And with such a fan as Brian Bonar, it looks like Ponsaty is in good hands and will be able to see his enduring visions of the perfect restaurant become a reality.

Fashion and Football Have Finally Mixed Who ever said fashion and football can’t go together?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have created a new look for their fans that provides the essentials to sporting the black and gold whether you’re at the game, on the street, or in the office.

Led by the Steelers new director of strategic planning, Susan McGalla, the Steelers have launched a new website that makes shopping for gear even easier than it has been in the past. It can be found at here.

However, this isn’t Susan McGalla’s first rodeo in the merchandising arena. She has years of experience in the retail world leading mega retailers in the US market such as American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.

Susan McGalla has taken a direct approach of listening to what the fans want out of their merchandise experience. Often times, she will take in the information, analyze the needs and wants of the fans, and deliver the product.

Since she has taken over the helm of strategic planning for the Steelers, the organization has made it much easier to purchase official sideline by labeling all official apparel with the “Wear What We Wear” tag. Susan McGalla has also addressed the needs and wants of lady Steeler fans by introducing street wear with new cuts that are designed to fit the female form or by including features into the clothing such as thumbholes for those chilly Pittsburgh days.

In addition to the new sideline gear and woman’s cut clothing, the Steelers have introduced lines that cater to men and children. They’ve introduced a line that allow men to show off their allegiance to Steeler Nation at work and created a flashier look for toddlers by producing a number of new designs that stand out, such as the pink animal print.

All in all, McGalla and the Steelers are taking a new innovative approach by outfitting their fans with clothing that fits a more modern mold.

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The Many Health Benefits of Shea Butter

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Shea butter is made from the seeds of the shea tree. It is rich in vitamins A, E, F and even offers a small amount of UV protection. Using shea butter provides skin with the essential fatty acids and collagen that it needs. Shea butter has many different benefits and can be used on your face, hair and nails.

-Moisturizing: With its high concentration of vitamins and fatty acids it makes a great moisturizer for all types of skin, but it especially works wonders for those that suffer from dry skin.

-Smoothes Skin: Since shea butter is full of natural collagen which can help protect and nourish your skin. With long term use, it has been shown to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

-Healing Agent: Shea Butter is used as a base in many medical ointments because of its anti-inflammatory properties. This means that it can be used to help treat scars, eczema, dark spots, and chapped lips.

-Soothes Dry Irritated Scalp: With its moisturizing benefits shea butter can help alleviate dry, itchy scalp and dandruff. It will be absorbed into the skin without leaving a greasy residue behind.

-Hair Softener: Shea butter can also help with damaged or brittle hair. Just massage a generous amount throughout your hair to create soft silky hair.

With so many great benefits, shea butter should be a part of every beauty regiment. Choosing the best type of shea butter can be an overwhelming task but this is where EuGenia Shea comes in handy, with their online FAQ to help you choose.

Made out of raw unrefined Ghanaian Shea Butter, EuGenia Shea is chalked full of vitamins E and A. Using this brand of shea butter will help minimize scars and stretch marks.

The ingredients that are used are all top of the line, which creates the best product. Made out of shea butter, shea oil, baobab oil and moringa oil, EuGenia Shea delivers a wide variety of nutrients for hair and skin.

Thor Halvorssen Feels Strongly About Human Rights

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Thor Halvorssen is no garden-variety human rights activist. He doesn’t have normal hours, for one. The prominent advocate spends a lot of time awake when everyone else around him has long been fast asleep. Halvorssen currently serves as the Human Rights Foundation’s president. This organization is headquartered in New York, New York. It’s been in existence since 2005. Halvorssen is a Venezuelan and Norwegian individual who can speak United States English just like a native. He has zero trace of an accent. Liberty and human rights are topics that are incredibly important to Halvorssen. He’s equipped with a lot of “real life” experience that enables him to understand those subjects in great detail as well. Thor Halvorssen’s father was subjected to brutality inside of a jail in Caracas. The activist’s mother, on the other hand, was a shooting victim who attended a rally that was against former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.

His birthplace was Venezuela. His father is named Thor Halvorssen Hellum and his mother is named Hilda Mendoza. Thor Halvorssen received his education at the esteemed University of Pennsylvania thousands of miles away from his South American homeland in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a magna cum laude graduate. He studied both history and political science while at the well-known Ivy League school.

Halvorssen is an expert on many topics that involve civil liberties and democracy in general. He knows a lot about slavery, human trafficking and dictatorships. He also understands the many potential democracy risks that are out there. That’s why he regularly gives lectures on topics that are under his umbrella of expertise. Halvorssen has given human rights lectures at the New York City Junto, Harvard Law School, the American Enterprise Institute and the United Nations Association.

Film production is also something that’s immensely important to Halvorssen. He was a co-producer for “Freedom’s Fury.” Freedom’s Fury was a movie that detailed Hungary’s 1956 revolt. Halvorssen was also an executive producer for “Hammer & Tickle.” This movie discussed the Soviet Union.