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Facebook’s Safety Check Will Be Activated for Paris AND Beirut

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Users have criticized the social platform for using Safety Check for the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, but not for last week’s bombing in Beirut, which killed 40 people. Consequently, Facebook’s Safety Check will be activated for Paris AND Beirut. Facebook was well-intentioned; the company was the first to respond when the attacks took place in Paris on November the ...

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New Jersey town get free Uber rides for drunk people

The American transportation company, Uber decided to expand their network with USA municipality. What’s more? If you are drunk and enjoying the party around Jersey’s Evesham Township, the Uber new mission will offer a free ride back to home. Yes! It’s true, there 10 drinking location where you can get a free ride in Jersey’s Evesham Township. According to Reuters website, Over 250 ...

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YouTube Red under radar; content creators confused

Google Inc’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) YouTube Red, the recent venture that the largest video streaming company has moved into being under the radar. The situation has taken an ugly turn owing to the way in which YouTube has handled its creators. The main plus point for the viewers with YouTube Red is that the number of advertisements on the show will be ...

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Your boarding pass reveals more information than you think

If you are careless and reveal your boarding pass to your friends on Facebook, Instagram and other social networks, you are revealing your personal information as well. Krebs on Security, a cyber-security firm, explained this week how the barcodes found on boarding passes can be easily used by anyone to obtain your private information. “What’s happening is you’re putting it ...

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Password management company LastPass joins LogMein in a $110m deal

LogMeIn has announced the acquisition of password management software maker LastPass. The deal is set to go down for an amount of $110 million in cash. The kind of one and a half years that we have had in the recent past, it seems like remote desktop service provider, LogMeIn is just trying to make its grounds solid. With the number ...

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LogMeIn acquires password-company LastPass for $110 million

LogMeIn has announced the acquisition of password management software maker LastPass. The deal is set to go down for an amount of $110 million in cash. The kind of one and a half years that we have had in the recent past, it seems like remote desktop service provider, LogMeIn is just trying to make its grounds solid. With the number ...

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330,000 Washington citizens affected amidst 15 million by T-Mobile Experian Breach

Bad news continues, as a report suggests that approximately 330,000 individuals amongst the 15 million victims of the data breach at Experian are citizens of Washington. In a statement State Attorney General Bob Ferguson stated, “I urge T-Mobile customers to take immediate steps to determine whether you have been a victim of ID theft, and to protect your information going ...

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Google Inc just bought entire alphabet domain abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.com

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), after becoming Alphabet Inc, buys all 26 letters domain to keep things covered. The missed a few last time and the parent site of the search engine points to abc.xyz. Now they have bought abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvqxyz.com too. The domain is pointing to nowhere, but it is a recent joke by company spokesperson that other alphabets were feeling left behind ...

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