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Lisa Vaas
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GRACE Marketplace has just lost one crucial service: namely, the free Wi-Fi that could have helped residents to find or apply for jobs.
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Oh, the humanity. Oh, wait a minute! where was his 2FA?
Former pharma king Martin Shkreli's feed was spewing profane, taunting remarks about $700 pills and AIDs. Where was the 2FA?
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That includes videos on News Feed, Pages and in its embedded video player, regardless of what browser you ride in on.
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Last year it was Lizard Squad DDoSing PSN and Xbox Live. Given that they're in jail, this time it's Phantom Squad playing Grinch.
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The next time you need to pay for parking, it might be best to have a handful of coins ready for the meter.
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Interesting idea, if you a) are British and b) can afford it.
The £50K policy would cover things like counseling, lost income, relocation, cleaning up online smears, or forensics to track down abusers.
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The Lord of the Fruit Flies swore he wouldn't change it, brown funk be damned, but Bossman has since reportedly eaten the Raspberry Pi-rigged password dispenser.
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If you or your children are Hello Kitty fans, change your password, and your password-reset question and answer pairs, now!
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Hidden away, tucked between candles on a shelf, while she walked naked from the bedroom to the bathroom and talked over finances and relationship matters with her partner. It's a reminder to keep an eye out for weird glowing lights as you travel for the holidays (or anytime), and I'm not talking Christmas tree bulbs.
She claims the camera was tucked between candles on a shelf and might have captured naked photos, given that she sleeps in the buff.
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A prominent US law professor proposes criminalizing online terrorist material as we do child abuse imagery.
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Censorship masquerading as "Access to Terrorist sites" is something Israel would like to see, to shut us up about them butchering the Semitic people (Palestinians) whose land they have illegally occupied in many decent human beings' thinking. Their extra-judicial killings of Palestinian men, women, youth, children and little innocent babies is an EXTREME form of terror. Censorship is the sign of a BAD state, a sick Jurisdiction.
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0 coercion + 0 bullying + 0 unlawful sexual contact + 0 posting images online = 0 criminal charges. You have to love this DA's math skills!
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 I was curious, so I downloaded it. What an insidious way to jimmy money out of kids, and when I say kids, I mean mostly their parents. I didn't see photos of crotch-grabbing women asking me if I "wanna fuck." But that's yet another good reason for parents not to download ad-supported apps for their kids.
ASA, the advertising watchdog, said the ads weren't exactly what you'd call appropriate for a children's app.
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    Creative Writing, 2009 - 2011
  • Emerson College
    Communications/Film, 1983 - 2011
  • Northeastern University
    Journalism, 1980 - 1983
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What a Mickey Mouse operation. I was told to call at 8:15 am to get a same-day appointment for my mother, who needs to be checked up on after having a UTI. I call at 8:15 and get a malfunction tone: one dial, quick busy signal. I try, again and again, no luck. I give up, call the overlord company's 844 number. The operator tells me they're not open until 8:30. I look at the center's site: it says it opens at 8. "Keep trying," I'm told, "there've been phone problems," as if there is absolutely no way on God's green earth to get through to anybody there. It's like the Walking Dead: no communication. You have to throw parcels of freeze-dried food over the chainlink fence. You have to physically go there and stab zombies in the eye to get them out of the way so you can reach your doctor. YOU managed to talk to them somehow, i pointed out. There must be more than one phone number for this place. It has employees. They have phones, with phone numbers. Who knows? maybe they keep passenger pigeons. Perhaps by some weird twist of fate they have this new technology I've heard of. I think they call it "email." How are YOU communicating with them? Why can't YOU get through to them and tell them to contact ME on some form of communication device? Nope, no dice. No other phone number exists. No such thing as email. The overlord company's call center operator got her info from a coworker, who told her to "Just tell her to keep calling." I hope their medical care is worth all this. My hopes of that being true are not high.
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