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Debbie Mahler
"Sooner or later, you are going to learn, just as I did, that there is a difference between KNOWING the path and WALKING the path." ~Morpheus, from The Matrix~
"Sooner or later, you are going to learn, just as I did, that there is a difference between KNOWING the path and WALKING the path." ~Morpheus, from The Matrix~

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Yep! That's my company post!
Shred Day 2014 - Saturday, June 21st at the United Center. Shred up to 10 boxes of documents free. From the Better Business Bureau of Chicago & Northern Illinois (Yes, my company is a member in good standing!) +John Smith 

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Worth reading!

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#MarketingFail Form submission received from our website this morning.

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Take back control of your privacy #ResetTheNet  

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What stuns me the most, is that most of you reading this post will skim over it or not be bothered by it. Sad. Very sad.
How much money does the FBI pay Microsoft for spying on you?

The Microsoft documents make clear just how often law enforcement officials acquire information that individuals would likely consider private. FBI agents seem to have filed successful requests for information from Microsoft hundreds of times each month.

“There’s nothing unusual here,” said a Microsoft spokesperson. “Under US law, companies can seek reimbursement for costs associated with complying with valid legal orders for customer data.”

So how much taxpayer money is dedicated to surveillance? These numbers are only Microsoft – whereas the taxpayer cost for companies like Verizon, Google, and others are almost certainly in the millions as well.

The ongoing debate over security versus privacy has been making headlines since Edward Snowden leaked classified intelligence files obtained from the NSA. Yet the NSA are not the only one, the FBI's Digital Intercept Technology Unit is also spying on you.

Similar relationships have turned sour, as US Department of Justice lawyers have filed suit against Sprint. The government's attorneys claim the corporation had “knowingly” submitting “false claims to federal law enforcement agencies.” It seems that being economical with the truth is only allowed by politicians, bureaucrats, and government departments...

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Very good advice shared by +Cindy Hartman of +Hartman Inventory, LLC 

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Very interesting!!

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Nearly two years in the making, but it's finally here!

URGENT NEED! Anyone of my #Security peeps near about 1 Hour North of Philly? I need someone to remove malware from a dentists computer without reformatting if possible!
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