Jacquelyn Martin/ AP In this Dec. 14, 2017, file picture, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai gets here for an FCC meeting.
Friday, Jan. 5, 2018|8:42 a.m.
NEW YORK– Released reports state Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is skipping the CES gadget program since of death risks.
Pai has scrapped popular net-neutrality guidelines that had actually disallowed broadband companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon from interfering with internet traffic. The policy’s supporters have reacted strongly. Pai and his staff have actually called out racist tweets and death threats versus the chairman. The Dec. 14 vote was stopped for unidentified security factors, with a quick evacuation and search of the hearing space.
Pai was supposed to speak on a CES panel in Las Vegas next week. The Wall Street Journal, tech blog site Recode and others reported the death threats, citing unidentified people.
The FCC confirmed his withdrawal, but representative Brian Hart says the firm doesn’t comment on security procedures or concerns.
Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017|2 a.m.
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Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017|12:23 p.m.
. A Las Vegas man has actually been jailed in connection to multiple bomb and shooting risks made to a topless club in 2016.
Las Vegas authorities implicate 33-year-old Christopher Adam Watkins of utilizing Facebook Messenger to send out messages to Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club Las Vegas, threatening to blow up the strip club during a Super Bowl party if management didn’t pay up.
Watkins was scheduled into the Clark County Detention Center on charges of making terroristic hazards and extortion. He was scheduled to appear in court on Friday for a competency hearing.
Las Vegas police tracked Watkins through social media throughout the monthslong examination leading to his arrest.