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#tuesdayuseitinasentence ~ Invade

They fought to protect their privacy but couldn’t prevent paparazzi and journalists to invade it time and again even at the most inopportune moments: the price of fame? 220 palabras más

Tuesday Use It In A Sentence

Facebook Accused in Lawsuit of Scanning Private Messages

Facebook is being accused of scanning private messages in a lawsuit. ” Facebook may have violated federal privacy laws by scanning private messages, according to a lawsuit certified for class action yesterday in Northern California District Court. 44 palabras más

Security & Legal Issues

MakeUsOf: A Roundup of Logless VPNs

MakeUseOf has a roundup of logless VPNs. “VPNs are all the rage these days. Despite Netflix changing their terms of use to disavow customers using a VPN to access region locked content, more and more people are turning to VPN services to allow genuinely anonymous Internet browsing. 17 palabras más

Useful Stuff

Court Victory in Bathroom Battle

SACRAMENTO, May 23, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ — A week after the Obama Administration issued “guidance” to public schools that would result in students being exposed in bathrooms, showers and locker rooms, a court in California handed a victory to the proponents of a referendum to overturn that state’s own “bathroom law.” 472 palabras más

Movies are the new ballet

This is my theory: superhero movies are filling that gap in our entertainment lives that would be filled with ballet, if we were wealthy and/or Russian. 1.216 palabras más

Privacy

Concerned About Privacy, Facebook's Zuckerberg to Rebuild His Neighborhood

From Sputnik News:

In an application filed by Zuckerberg with city planners on Tuesday, the social media mogul spent over $30 million in 2013 to purchase four homes on his block, to block a developer’s plan to build a house next door that would have been tall enough to see into his bedroom. 6 palabras más

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Illinois Lawmakers Unanimously Pass Ban on Unwarranted Stingray Surveillance

May 23, 2016  by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

On May 18, the state legislature of Illinois passed a bill all but absolutely banning the warrantless deployment of Stingray cellphone surveillance devices in the Land of Lincoln. 1.236 palabras más