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BY LIZ REED
ANCHOR JESSICA HORD
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The FDA recently announced it will crack down on “bogus” remedies for STDs. The agency sent warnings to manufacturers selling unproven, over-the-counter pills and supplements for STDs like herpes and HIV.
Reporter: “Different non-prescription products: Medavir, Herpaflor, C-Cure--they have one thing in common: trying to get you to believe they can cure STDs without having to go into an exam room.”
Health Rep: “These are products according to the FDA website that are being promoted illegally and irresponsibly.” (Video: KRDO)
So, how have these products gotten away with the scam? Many have website statements that say “proven effective in several official university research studies.” But that just won’t cut it for the FDA, who released a video claiming these products do all harm and nothing good.
“Some STD treatments that you can buy without a prescription have untested ingredients in them that could make you sicker while leaving your STD untreated.”
ABC-affiliate WGNO points to cultural backlash as the reason for the popularity of online remedies. A label that promises a quick fix is much more alluring than what can seem like a sentencing from your doctor.
"They're concerned about confidentiality because they know that if they have a sexually transmitted disease, it's going to be reported and become part of the public health record... Plus, they worry that their sexual partners will be notified.
But Salon**** says it’s not rocket science--people just want to be loved, and if a product promises to make them more desirable, it’s not a surprise people are buying it.
“Look, sex finds us at our most vulnerable. We want stronger libidos, better orgasms... superior performance... How many industries have been built on these fundamental desires? It should come as no surprise then that there's a market for unproven STD "cures," or that people are willing to abandon all reason in pursuit of a magic fix that will make them feel "normal" and lovable again.”
Companies have 15 days to notify the FDA of steps they have taken to correct violations. Failure to do so could result in legal action.
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BY KATIE BRENNAN
ANCHOR CHRISTY LEWIS
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The Script Kiddies have struck again. The group responsible for hacking Fox News’ Twitter account in July struck NBC’s on Friday. AdWeek has the details.
“Late Friday, the NBC account posted several ‘breaking news’ messages claiming that the site of the Sept. 11 attacks were being attacked again..”
The messages were taken down within minutes -- but Business Insider has the first message, which read:
"Breaking News! Ground Zero has just been attacked. Flight 5736 has crashed into the site, suspected hijacking. more as the story develops."
Two more bogus tweets confirmed the attacks, claiming “This is not a joke.” But only a few minutes later a final message appeared -- where the culprits came clean. HLN has the details.
“A group calling itself the script kiddies claimed responsibility for the hacking. The same group is suspected in a similar incident in July -- that’s when a false report that president Obama was killed ended up on Fox News’s twitter account.”
The group claims to work closely with an infamous hacker group called Anonymous -- which has taken down online services run by Amazon and Visa. Online student magazine Think interviewed a representative from the “Script Kiddies” in July. He told the magazine:
“‘I would consider us to be close in relation [to Anonymous], 2 of the members of our group were members of Anonymous... I was a member of Anonymous. We hope to be working with them soon.’”
One Twitter user praised NBC’s swift action. New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter tweeted:
“When a Fox account was hacked in July, it was kept online (overnight) for hours. When nbcnews was hit today, it was suspended in minutes.”
LA Times Blogger Kate O’Hare admits NBC rectified the situation faster than Fox did, but says that’s not much of a surprise -- The Script Kiddies hacked Fox News Politics' account on July 4th.
“Likely owing to the timing of the attack -- which began at 2 a.m. Eastern -- on a national holiday, it was several hours before Twitter could return control of the account to its owner.
As Stelter mentioned, Twitter was able to rectify the situation at NBCNews much more quickly, although he seems to imply that the length of the first hack was somehow FNC's fault.”
According to MSNBC, NBC News social media director Ryan Osborn said he recently received a suspicious email that may have something to do with the hacking.
“The email came from an unknown sender with the subject ‘Hurricane Alert’ and the message: ‘Ryan, You need to get off TWITTER immediately and protect your family from the hurricane. That is an order.’”
NBC issued an apology for the hoax. The FBI is investigating the the hacking. Bureau officials say they are gathering information and will not identify any suspects.
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