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    Change These Facebook Settings to Protect Your Photos From Facial Recognition Software – Lifehacker

    It should come as little surprise that any content you offer to the web for public consumption has the potential to be scraped and misused by anyone clever enough to do it. And while that doesn’t make this weekend’s report from The New York Times any less damning, it’s a … Read more via...
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    General Health Everything You Need to Get Rid of Lice and Stop the Itching – Lifehacker

    Are you scratching your head after reading that headline? That’s how I felt after our preschool recently sent us the dreaded message: Lice had been found in a student’s hair. I hoped my son would be spared, but nope. A week later, I saw a tiny bug (about the size … Read more via Lifehacker...
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    How I’d Hack Your Weak Passwords – Lifehacker

    Internet standards expert, CEO of web company iFusion Labs, and blogger John Pozadzides knows a thing or two about password security—and he knows exactly how he’d hack the weak passwords you use all over the internet. .... Read more via Lifehacker
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    General Health 10 Ways To Defeat Hate And Terror With Love – Lifehacker

    Even for a 2018 filled with tragedy and terror, last week was particularly brutal. There were the assassination attempts on prominent Democrats and critics of the president. A white man shot and killed two black people at a grocery store in Kentucky. That man tried to … Read more via...
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    General Health This Is How Often You Should Poop – Lifehacker

    Ah, bathroom matters. Much like with sex, there seems to be a lot of misinformation floating around out there. Also, as with sex, reports of high numbers may be exaggerated. High pooping numbers, that is. How often do you think you’re supposed to poop? According to a post from, …...
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    Digital Stop Using WhatsApp If You Care About Your Privacy – Lifehacker

    Privacy has always been a key feature and popular selling point for the messaging app WhatsApp. Company co-founder Jan Koum grew up in the Soviet Union under heavy government surveillance, and he promised to keep user data protected after Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014. Now, with Koum on the...

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