Testing.

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Happy 4th of July!

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Summertime.

Summer’s first day was joined by the first International Day of Yoga! Namaste.

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One Moment Please?

Due to currently not having an opt-out feature, Facebook’s new photo-sharing app, Moment, and the facial recognition technology therein will not be launched in Europe (until said opt-out feature is offered to any given potential end-user).

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100+

If you own an Android-based Smartphone and use Pizza Hut’s app (yes, ordering a pizza also just became potentially dangerous for your privacies’ health) said application and over 100 others make you susceptible to a host of malicious issues!

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What?!

It is almost hard to believe but true; yes, the FCC actually fined AT&T $100 million dollars for throttling-down end-users’ ‘net access speed! Bravo!

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Anti-FB.

Ello, the (supposed) anti-Facebook is opening up their former invitation-only status as well as launching an iPhone-app…

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U-Turned?

A California court-ruling regarding Uber being responsible for a driver’s expenses could signal a major shift for the world’s leading, taxi-app service.

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Smartphone Spying.

South Korea’s governmental ruling mandating the installation of an application (created by the government no-less) monitoring Smartphone usage of those 19 and under is not without (major) controversy… even Orwell could not have imagined this!

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On-going Hurdles…

Wouldn’t it be nice (even Utopian) if the FCC’s ‘net Neutrality ruling was just enacted and America’s Internet access was finally treated like a Public Utility?

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