Luego de que circularan en redes sociales capturas de pantallas que mostraban un presunto hackeo a la base de datos del Registro Nacional de las Personas (Renaper), que cuenta con los datos de los DNI de las más de 45 millones de personas en el país, el organismo aseguró que sus sistemas de seguridad informática no fueron vulnerados.
Ante la consulta de LA NACION, desde el organismo dijeron: “El Registro Nacional de las Personas formalizó ayer una denuncia penal ante el Juzgado en lo Criminal y Correccional Federal N° 11 Secretaria N° 22 tras detectar que, mediante el uso de claves otorgadas a organismos públicos, en este caso el Ministerio de Salud, se filtraron imágenes como perteneciente a trámites personales realizados en el Renaper. Desde el organismo dependiente del Ministerio del Interior se confirmó que se trató de un uso indebido de usuario o robo de la clave del mismo, y que la base de datos no sufrió vulneración o filtración alguna de datos”.
“El sábado 9 de octubre el Renaper tomó conocimiento de que un usuario de Twitter identificado con el nombre de @aniballeaks -cuenta que fue denunciada y que actualmente se encuentra suspendida- había publicado en dicha red social las imágenes de 44 individuos, entre los cuales se encontraban funcionarios y personajes públicos de conocimiento en general”, explicaron desde el organismo que depende de Ministerio de Interior.
Según su versión, algunas de las publicaciones poseerían el número de trámite del Documento Nacional de Identidad asociado a dicha imagen. “De un primer análisis, se pudo identificar a las imágenes como perteneciente a trámites personales realizados en el Registro Nacional de las Personas”, agregaron.
“Confirmando lo sucedido, el equipo de seguridad informática del Renaper realizó una consulta sobre las 44 personas involucradas a fin de relevar los últimos consumos realizados mediante el uso del Sistema de Identidad Digital (SID) sobre dichos perfiles, detectando que 19 imágenes habían sido consultadas en el exacto momento que eran publicadas en la red social Twitter desde una conexión autorizada de VPN (Virtual Private Network) entre el Renaper y el Ministerio de Salud de la Nación, y todas las imágenes habían sido consultadas recientemente desde esa misma conexión”, indicaron.
Tras ese protocolo lograron determinar que “dicha conexión habría realizado varias consultas individuales a las bases de datos del Renaper entre las 15:01 y las 15:55 mediante el servicio de validación de datos del SID el cual, una vez invocados el DNI y Sexo de la persona, devuelve a la persona que consulta todos los datos impresos en el Documento Nacional de Identidad, incluyendo imagen y otros datos personales, los cuales luego fueron subidos inmediatamente a la red social Twitter, sin el consentimiento del Titular de los mismos”.
“Luego de este análisis preliminar, confirmaron los especialistas, se descartó de plano un ingreso no autorizado a los sistemas o una filtración masiva de datos del organismo”, aseguró el Renaper, y agregó: “Asimismo, se detectó que un usuario autorizado individual habría utilizado de forma indebida para fines personales el servicio de validación de identidad a través de un certificado habilitado del Ministerio de Salud de la Nación, conectándose a través de la correspondiente VPN, con usuario y contraseña”.
Según pudo saber este medio son ocho las personas que pertenecen a la cartera que dirige Carla Vizzotti que quedaron bajo la lupa judicial. Esto es porque eran quienes tenían acceso a la clave desde la cual se hicieron las consultas que luego se publicaron en redes sociales.
Netflix’s Ted Sarandos Admits “I Screwed Up Internal Communication” Amid Dave Chappelle Controversy, Says “Storytelling Has Impact On Real World”
Today was a big day for Netflix, which reported strong quarterly earnings and “mind-boggling” 142 million households that have sampled runaway hit Squid Game. But the celebration was subdued in the streamer’s upper echelons as the company is still reeling from the internal — and external — backlash against transphobic statements in Dave Chappelle’s latest Netflix special The Closer.
While Chappelle had included anti-trans jokes in his act before, including in the 2019 Netflix special Stick and Stones, The Closer, which was delivered to the streamer a week before its release, struck a chord.
The situation was exacerbated by two internal emails by Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos — sent out on the same day and leaked days apart — in which he defended Chappelle and argued that content like The Closer does not “directly translate to real-world harm.”
The special and Sarandos’ comments have been met with criticism by Netflix transgender employees, which are organizing a company walkout Wednesday in protest, and by LGBTQ+ Netflix talent, including another prominent standup comic, Emmy winner Hannah Gadsby. One employee has been fired over leaked information about The Closer while three others who had spoken up about it internally were suspended and then reinstated.
In a brief interview with Deadline, Sarandos addresses the reaction to The Closer; the decision not to pull, edit or put a content warning on it; the internal handling of the controversy; as well as the now-infamous no “real-world harm” comment.
DEADLINE: What do you make of the way the reaction to Dave Chappelle’s special was handled by Netflix and by you?
SARANDOS: First, right upfront, I screwed up the internal communication — and I don’t mean just mechanically. I feel I should’ve made sure to recognize that a group of our employees was hurting very badly from the decision made, and I should’ve recognized upfront before going into a rationalization of anything the pain they were going through. I say that because I respect them deeply, and I love the contribution they have at Netflix. They were hurting, and I should’ve recognized that first.
DEADLINE: What about the decision to address the issue in internal emails and the statement in the second one that content does not translate to real-world harm? Do you have second thoughts about how that came out and was perceived?
SARANDOS: We are in uncharted grounds here, we have never had internal emails leaked to the press before, and I would say that the issue with that is, they were a conversation in progress. That’s one email, and when you look at it and say, it was meant to ask a very specific question and landed like a big blanket statement.
And the big blanket statement should’ve been, of course storytelling has an impact on the real world — sometimes positive and sometimes negative. That is why I work here, that content actually can make the world a better place through our storytelling, through onscreen representation and all those things. So it was a gross simplification. And It didn’t land where it should have, which is, there was a conversation about the one-to-one impact of a certain piece of content. It came out with a very blanket statement that storytelling doesn’t have impact on the real world which is the opposite of everything I’ve ever said, thought or felt.
DEADLINE: Were you surprised by the strong reaction to the special?
SARANDOS: I think the only surprise was that this is a stated conflict in the business around freedom of speech and creative expression that I feel very passionate about and also understanding that if you put things on Netflix that please some people that some people will dislike it, members and employees. It’s impossible to please everybody but we are trying to please a world that is made of people of different tastes, sensibilities and beliefs, and it becomes very difficult to do that for everybody. We have stated it internally that we are going to have some things on Netflix that you don’t like. There are some things on Netflix that may be harmful to you, your colleagues and your friends but we are trying to entertain the world and make business decisions that are protective of creative freedom and artists and also respectful, safe workspace.
DEADLINE: Do you have regrets releasing the special, not editing it or putting on content warnings?
SARANDOS: Stand-up comedy is a pretty singular voice art form. The comedians will road test the material for some times two years before they record their special so we really don’t get involved and interfere with the material itself, and I think it’s
consistent with a brand of stand-up comedy and certainly consistent with Dave Chappelle’s comedy, so I don’t think a warning card or an edit would’ve been appropriate.
ALCS Game 3 live updates: Red Sox hold 2-1 lead over Astros in sixth – The Boston Globe
That was the perfect spot for Whitlock — 10:56 p.m.
Whitlock is the prime candidate for this position. He’s been the linchpin to this Red Sox bullpen after he came over as a Rule 5 draft choice from the Yankees last offseason.
It’s become a battle of both bullpens in this game. So far, each move Cora has made has worked.
Red Sox are still up despite just three hits — 10:45 p.m.
The Red Sox have just three hits in this game, but still lead, 2-1. Their lone runs came on Bogaerts’s two-run blast in the first. Astros relievers have silenced the Sox’ bats, battling through 4 ⅔ innings of scoreless baseball after Greinke just went 1 ⅓.
The Red Sox have had men on base every inning.
What is Cora doing with the bullpen? — 10:35 p.m.
Cora is going for it in this one. With Garrett Whitlock warming in the Sox bullpen, you would imagine Cora leans on him for two innings.
Who gets the ninth? Perhaps Eovaldi, who is in the bullpen this evening. The game will dictate what Cora decides.
Taylor gets Correa looking to get out of the sixth — 10:30 p.m.
Correa was waiting for a slider on that strike-three pitch, a pitch that Ottavino has mastered and one that Correa handles well.
Instead, Ottavino froze him with a heater down the middle of the plate for the third strike of the inning. The matchups worked in Cora and the Sox’ favor in that frame.
Why Alex Cora swapped Taylor for Ottavino — 10:24 p.m.
Cora brought Taylor in to face two lefties in this inning — Brantley and Alvarez. Lefties hit just .146 against Taylor this year. On the contrary, righties batted .327 vs. Taylor which is why Ottavino is in to face Correa.
Pivetta is done — 10:18 p.m.
His final line: 5 innings, 2 hits, 1 run, 2 walks, 3 Ks, 65 pitches, 36 of them for strikes.
Another lost opportunity — 10:16 p.m.
The Sox are 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position. Oof.
Pivetta is dealing, but it’s no surprise the bullpen is working — 10:07 p.m.
Despite Pivetta’s low pitch count, it’s no surprise that manager Alex Cora had his bullpen working that inning. Hitters bat .276 against Pivetta the third time through the order. Against a lineup like Houston, that could work against the Red Sox.
The Sox bullpen, meanwhile, is rested. It will be interesting to see what Cora does in the next frame with Pivetta with the Nos. 2, 3, 4 in the order due up. Still, Pivetta is dealing.
Missed call — 10:03 p.m.
It turns out Kyle Schwarber’s foot was off the bag on the final out of the top of the fifth. Rafael Devers chucked a long throw across the field in an effort to get Jose Altuve out. The umpire called it and preserved a 1-2-3 inning, but the replay showed that wasn’t the case.
Lots of missed opportunities at the plate for the Red Sox — 9:58 p.m.
Kyle Schwarber grabbed at his left hamstring during that last at-bat, which will be something to keep an eye on throughout this game and moving forward. Following Christian Arroyo’s one-out triple, Schwarber grounded out to the left side with the infield in and then Kiké Hernández popped out into foul territory.
The Sox have missed a number of opportunities this evening — they are 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position.
Ottavino warming up — 9:57 p.m.
Action in the Sox bullpen.
Schwarber tweaks hamstring — 9:50 p.m.
He spun all the way around on the first pitch of his at-bat in the fourth and immediately walked away to walk it off. Uh-oh.
He grounded out, but is back out at first for the top of the fifth.
What we’ve seen from Nick Pivetta so far — 9:47 p.m.
Nick Pivetta worked around a leadoff walk in the fourth. He’s steered his way through four innings and has yielded just a run, on that Bregman solo shot in the first. He’s induced a lot of weak contact, including four pop outs.
His fastball has life, particularly at the top of the zone, despite having so-so command. He’s drawn two check swings on pitches that were clearly up and out of the strike zone.
Cora patches it up with umpire — 9:39 p.m.
Cora, who got heated with Laz Diaz after J.D. Martinez was called out on a fastball that appeared a couple inches outside, calmly revisited the conversation with Diaz between innings, concluding the exchange with a friendly pat on the chest.
— Alex Speier (@alexspeier) October 20, 2021
A huge missed call cost the Sox a baserunner — 9:32 p.m.
J.D. Martinez struck out on a called third strike in the bottom of the third.
That ball was clearly outside. Instead of having two on and one out the Sox had just one on with two outs. Huge missed call.
Alex Cora came out to argue the call, which was muddled by Martín Maldonado’s inability to throw down to try to catch the runner stealing second. He got into it with the home-plate umpire before Carlos Febles, the third-base coach, broke it up.
Renfroe then struck out. Red Sox are still up, 2-1. But they had a chance to make something happen if Martinez were on first.
Dodgers rally to beat Braves in NLCS Game 3 — 9:26 p.m.
The Dodgers, back in Chavez Ravine having lost the first two games in the NLCS, rallied with four runs in the eighth inning to win Game 3. Mookie Betts hit the game-winning double. Here’s the play-by-play.
The World Series is scheduled to start Tuesday.
Astros send Christian Javier out for bottom of the third — 9:20 p.m.
Cristian Javier in for Houston. They’re counting on multiple innings from him.
— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) October 20, 2021
For once, a quiet second — 9:18 p.m.
The Red Sox failed to get a run across in that second inning after Devers flied out. They have scored a combined 10 runs in the second inning during this series. It’s the most of any team. Houston ranks second with 6.
That was a long inning — 9:14 p.m.
It’s Red Sox 2, Astros 1 entering the top of the third.
The sloooooow second inning seemed to take some of the steam out of Fenway. Crowd remained standing through the rally, but the decibel level certainly dropped over the 20+ minute half-inning.
— Alex Speier (@alexspeier) October 20, 2021
And Greinke is done — 9:00 p.m.
That’s three games in a row that an Astros starter hasn’t gotten through two innings. Greinke lasted just 1 ⅓ innings. In four games, Houston starters have combined combined 6 ⅔ innings total.
Brooks Raley is pitching now.
It was Greinke’s shortest start since 2012. Final line: 1 ⅓ innings, 1 hit, 2 runs, 3 walks, 37 pitches, 18 for strikes.
The four Astros starts of fewer than three innings are tied for the most in any single postseason series ever. The 1984 Padres (in the World Series) and 2018 Brewers (in the LCS) also had four such starts.
— Alex Speier (@alexspeier) October 20, 2021
How the Astros’ bullpen usage impacts the Red Sox — 8:50 p.m.
Bregman ended the bottom of the first inning with a dazzling play to nab the force-out at second on a Hunter Renfroe grounder. Yet in that same frame, his errant throw following Alex Verdugo’s grounder forced Greinke to throw an extra 12 pitches. He’s at 28 entering the bottom of the second.
Greinke doesn’t appear as if he has it, so Astros manager Dusty Baker might be forced to utilize his pen for the fourth consecutive game. The Red Sox getting to the Houston bullpen might not mean much for this game. But if this series were to go beyond a Game 5, the Astros’ overall bullpen usage plays right into the Sox’ hands.
Why J.D. Martinez believes his ankle injury has been a blessing — 8:45 p.m.
Yes, you read that right. Alex Speier explains here.
Could they knock Greinke out early? — 8:35 p.m.
And we have action in the Astros bullpen with Greinke at the 25-pitch mark.
— Alex Speier (@alexspeier) October 20, 2021
Inside this relentless offense — 8:31 p.m.
The Red Sox offense is relentless. They scored 334 runs with two outs in the regular season, tied with Tampa for the most in the majors. Bogaerts was 3 for 13 this series with seven strikeouts before that two-run homer.
Xander Bogaerts hits a 💣 — 8:26 p.m.
Xander Bogaerts scored a two-run homer with two outs in the first.
That’s 21 postseason homers for the Sox — they hold the MLB record.
What can we expect from Zack Greinke tonight? — 8:19 p.m.
Astros starters have only accounted for 5 ⅓ innings in three games this series. And when this series began, Zack Greinke was reportedly only stretched out to 40 pitches. The veteran righthander will take the ball for the Astros for Game 4 in what seems like a must-win game for the Astros.
Greinke pitched just 11 ⅓ innings in September and at the beginning of October, yielding a whopping 14 earned runs backed by five homers. He missed time in September after testing positive for COVID-19. Then, he was plagued by neck stiffness which required an injured-list stint. It resulted in just one inning during the American League Divisional Series.
That’s good news for the Red Sox, who have scored a whopping 26 runs in three games against the Astros. Greinke is a proven veteran starter, who will more than likely end up in the hall of fame. But the Red Sox are hoping the long layoff will work to their advantage.
How the Sox have hit against Greinke — 8:16 p.m.
Greinke is 4-6 with a 4.18 ERA over 20 postseason appearances, including 19 starts. Against the Red Sox, he is 2-5 with a 5.09 ERA in nine career games (eight starts). His numbers are even worse at Fenway Park, where he has gone 0-2 with a 10.22 ERA in four appearances (three starts).
Red Sox vs. Greinke: Christian Arroyo 0-2, Xander Bogaerts 1-2, Bobby Dalbec 1-1, Rafael Devers 1-2, Kiké Hernández 3-13, J.D. Martinez 5-18, Kevin Plawecki 2-6, Hunter Renfroe 7-23, Danny Santana 0-5, Kyle Schwarber 1-5, Travis Shaw 3-10, Alex Verdugo 1-8, Christian Vázquez 2-2.
Bregman, Astros strike first — 8:14 p.m.
If the Astros had any chance, they had to get on the board early. That’s exactly what happened with two outs in the first inning, when Alex Bregman took Nick Pivetta to the Monster seats.
T1: Astros 1, Sox 0
From the owner’s box — 8:12 p.m.
The last time John Henry was this visible around the Red Sox, Mookie Betts was still patrolling Fenway Park’s right field and the world had not yet heard of a virus called COVID-19.
But with his Sox staging a most surprising run through these baseball playoffs, Henry, who also owns the Globe, made his second public appearance in the last eight days.
One Red Sox player who might surprise us tonight — 8:08 p.m.
Watch Hunter Renfroe. He made a sliding catch to end the game last night, but is just 1 for 9 with five strikeouts so far this series.
What Alex Cora told Nick Pivetta in spring training came true — 7:59 p.m.
Before the game, manager Alex Cora said he told Nick Pivetta at start of spring training that Pivetta would make every start this year. That they believed in his stuff and that he had, arguably, some of the best stuff on the team.
Pivetta, indeed, made his starts this year, totaling 30 with just one appearance coming out of the bullpen in the regular season. He’s put together great efforts this postseason out of the bullpen, but now is asked to wear the hat of the starter once more.
When he spots his fastball, the rest of his stuff plays better, including his hammer for a curveball that he has exhibited well this postseason.
How the Astros have hit against Pivetta — 7:48 p.m.
Pivetta has made two relief appearances this postseason, including Game 3 of the ALDS against the Rays when he pitched four scoreless innings and registered seven strikeouts to pick up the win.
Astros vs. Pivetta: Jose Altuve 1-4, Yordan Alvarez 0-2, Alex Bregman 1-4, Jason Castro 0-2, Carlos Correa 1-3, Aledmys Díaz 1-5, Yuli Gurriel 1-5, Martín Maldonado 0-2, Kyle Tucker 2-3
Red Sox and Astros lineups — 7:28 p.m.
The Sox are rolling up the same lineup, and why wouldn’t they, after jumping out to 9-0 leads in each of the last two games. Jake Meyers, who has yet to play in the series after injuring his shoulder against the White Sox in Game 4 of the ALDS, is back in the lineup for Houston.
ASTROS: Altuve 2B, Brantley LF, Bregman 3B, Alvarez DH, Correa SS, Tucker RF, Gurriel 1B, Meyers CF, Maldonado C.
Pitching: RHP Zack Greinke (11-6, 4.16 ERA)
RED SOX: Schwarber 1B, Hernández CF, Devers 3B, Bogaerts SS, Verdugo LF, Martinez DH, Renfroe RF, Vázquez C, Arroyo 2B.
Pitching: RHP Nick Pivetta (9-8, 4.53 ERA)
Papi and ARod are back on Jersey Street — 7:20 p.m.
Alex Rodriguez, David Ortiz and the rest of Fox Sports’ MLB studio show are going to be right in the thick of Red Sox Nation again.
A Fox Sports spokesperson told Chad Finn Tuesday afternoon that the network will not move its set to a different location at Fenway Park, a day after a raucous postgame scene on Jersey Street in which fans serenaded Rodriguez with chants and taunts that occasionally led to the network cutting the audio of its program.
While the crowd roared every time Ortiz paid acknowledgement, Rodriguez wore his familiar bull’s-eye, with fans occasionally mocking him with chants about his personal life, including his breakup with singer/actress Jennifer Lopez.
Here’s a sampling of the what it was like. Click here to see more.
What you missed — 7:10 p.m.
Here’s what you might have missed from our stories today:
Tonight’s weather report — 7:08 p.m.
It’s another brisk night in town, with the winds picking up to between 5-10mph and a low of 54 degrees. But that didn’t seem to bug the Red Sox last night.
El ácido comentario de Cinthia Fernández ante la notificación legal de la China Suárez para que no la nombren
La China Suárez es apuntada como la tercera en discordia entre Mauro Icardi y Wanda Nara. Desde que salió a la luz el escándalo, la actriz, radicada en Madrid por compromisos laborales, no se pronunció públicamente. Mientras que el jugador del PSG intenta recuperar a su esposa y la mediática no emite comentarios en torno a una presunta reconciliación, la ex Casi Ángeles decidió tomar cartas en el asunto e intimó a dos programas de televisión argentinos para que dejen de nombrarla.
Su acción legal llegó a manos de Ángel De Brito, quien leyó al aire unos fragmentos del escrito enviado por una escribana. Enojada por lo que presenciaba, Cinthia Fernández aprovechó para lanzar, por lo bajo, un irónico comentario contra la actriz.
“Deberán abstenerse de manera inmediata de difundir, reproducir, exhibir, leer, referir o comentar cualquier correspondencia de carácter privado que la involucre [a la China Suárez] a nombre o de inmiscuirse en su intimidad o afectar su dignidad o reproducir comentarios ya hechos dado que se trata de correspondencia epistolar”, sostuvo el conductor con el documento adelante.
“La dignidad se la afecta sola ¿Tiene miedo de que mostremos las fotitos desnuda?”, sentenció Yanina Latorre indignada. Cuando De Brito abrió el documento por primera vez, creyó que el escrito había sido redactado por un hombre. Un error gramatical provocó una broma, varias risas y la picardía de la panelista.
“’Y intime’, este escribano es un burro”, advirtió Ángel mientras seguía leyendo. En ese momento, muy por lo bajo, Cinthia lanzó un picante comentario sobre el profesional que redactó el texto al preguntar: “¿Está casado?”. Y es que, tanto en las redes sociales
como en muchos programas de espectáculos, se tildó a la actriz de roba-maridos, y con el escándalo que se armó, varios recordaron que cuando comenzó a salir con Nicolás Cabré, él estaba casado con Eugenia Tobal. Y que, al comenzar su relación con Benjamín Vicuña, el actor chileno aún estaba con Pampita.
A las pocas horas llegó la aclaración y la ironía del propio conductor de Los ángeles de la mañana. A través de su cuenta de Twitter, el periodista replicó la firma y el error gramatical de quien escribió la intimación y advirtió que se trata de una mujer llamada Silvina González. “No confiaría en una escribana tan burra, China”, ironizó De Brito.
Su tuit, sencillo, refleja un malestar expresado por todo el equipo de su programa al enterarse de la notificación. Y es que, si bien la noticia está siendo replicada por todos los canales de televisión a nivel nacional, portales de noticias y medios independientes, las acciones legales iniciadas por la China Suárez sólo fueron en contra del programa de eltrece y su par de América, conducido por Adrián Pallares y Rodrigro Lussich.
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