"What is the first thing people say about girls who are wearing 'too little' clothes, or about girls who are acting 'un-lady like'? "It's said they have no parents, they were raised badly, or never met their father. because then maybe you'll sit back for a moment and think — wait, is there more to this?
" "I'm a college educated girl, and I could tell you more about the Middle Eastern crisis and its centuries-long dynastic feud between the Sunni and Shi'a than anyone you have ever met," Burgher said.
And thanks to internet-connected baby monitors, it's happened a lot over the past two years.Here’s a typical example: Like Zuckerberg with his infamous IM leak, Spiegel was in college when he sent these emails, which describe peeing on women, doing blow, drinking underage, getting his friends laid by wasted “sororisluts”, and shooting lasers at “fat chicks.” The emails are disturbing, in content as well as spelling and grammar, and wear away what little hope is left for the younger generation.Spiegel has released this official statement to Tech Crunch in response to the leak: I’m obviously mortified and embarrassed that my idiotic emails during my fraternity days were made public. I’m sorry I wrote them at the time and I was jerk to have written them.These baby monitor hacks will haunt your dreams (and hopefully get you to change the default password on your monitor).“Wake up little boy, daddy’s looking for you,” the voice told the boy, according to CBS News.They tracked the IP address that had accessed their camera and discovered a website with "thousands and thousands of pictures of cameras just like their own." Anyone could use the site to access hacked cameras and monitors located in at least 15 different countries, according to the report.Ashley Stanley, the nanny, thought the parents were playing a joke on her.They in no way reflect who I am today or my views towards women.And he’s right to be embarrassed, the emails display the worst of the ‘bro’ mentality that continues to contribute to the marginalization of women in Silicon Valley.As they walked into their child's room, the man in the monitor said, "Look, someone’s coming."The mother burst intro tears because she realized what her son had been talking about."We were sleeping in bed, and basically heard some music coming from the nursery, but then when we went into the room the music turned off," the anonymous mother told KTTC.