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Charlie Kravetz (charlie-tca)
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Never let anyone steal your DREAM.
Never let anyone steal your DREAM.

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Americans had little privacy to start with. But let's face it, online privacy is a burden that's just too much to deal with. Thanks to the US Senate, Americans no longer have to worry about protecting what little shred they had left while browsing online. Best of all, consumers can now rest easy knowing their browsing history will help ISPs make a little extra cash selling your digital footsteps to third, fourth, fifth, and whatever parties. 

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Finally! As someone that cannot, will not, use Windows, this was something I needed for a long time.

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I don't own anything apple, myself.
Turkish mob gives Apple two weeks to pay $150,000 or it'll wipe data from over 600 million Apple devices.

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This is a tutorial on creating a voice changer with a Raspberry Pi, a USB audio adapter and an amplified speaker. I built it to mount inside a Star Wars costume. It is based on a blog post by +Dave Shevett. #RaspberryPi #cosplay

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This has been my daily driver for months. Very stable, no major complaints complaints​. Highly recommended

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I am not at all convinced that these "hackers" actually have anything. That said, if you haven't changed your Apple ID password, which is also your iCloud password, anytime recently-or you have a lame password such as "password"- it's not a bad idea to change it anyway. 

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Senate Republicans narrowly approve repeal of the FCC's ISP privacy rules 

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I respect +Marcel Gagne's opinion greatly.

via +Ken Starks
Americans had little privacy to start with. But let's face it, online privacy is a burden that's just too much to deal with. Thanks to the US Senate, Americans no longer have to worry about protecting what little shred they had left while browsing online. Best of all, consumers can now rest easy knowing their browsing history will help ISPs make a little extra cash selling your digital footsteps to third, fourth, fifth, and whatever parties. 

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