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Some parts of the world are Celebrating EID tomorrow. A very warm EID to all the Muslim community. 

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I am very much broken down for the recent Malaysian flight incident, "Act of terrorism" they have not only killed the people over the flight but also themselves as human. Let us pray for the families of innocent victims.

What ever you do we won't bend down, we are all together and fight for the goodness of the world, you will one day pay for this. I pity for your state of mind.

#Terrorism #restoftheworld 
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For Teens :)
Google+: new safety enhancements, now available for teens

Teens and young adults are the most active Internet users on the planet [1]. And surprise, surprise: they're also human beings who enjoy spending time with friends and family. Put these two things together and it's clear that teens will increasingly connect online. Unfortunately, online sharing is still second-rate for this age group.

In life, for instance, teens can share the right things with just the right people (like classmates, parents or close ties). Over time, the nuance and richness of selective sharing even promotes authenticity and accountability. Sadly, today’s most popular online tools are rigid and brittle by comparison, so teens end up over-sharing with all of their so-called “friends.”

With Google+, we want to help teens build meaningful connections online. We also want to provide features that foster safety alongside self-expression. Today we're doing both, for everyone who’s old enough for a Google Account (13+ in most countries [2]).

Safety starts with your circles
The difference between friends, acquaintances and strangers is a crucial one—especially for teens. Google+ includes circles to help people manage their different relationships, but we’re going a step further for our younger users.

Sharing content
With Google+ you can share privately with your circles, or publicly with the world. Posting something for everyone to see is a big deal, however, so when teens try and share outside their circles, we encourage them to think before they post. [Screenshot #1]

Receiving notifications
Google+ is a great place to connect with close friends, as well as discover others with common interests. We want to help people explore the community safely, however, so we give users control over who can contact them online. By default, only those in teens’ circles can say hello, and blocking someone is always just a click or two away. [Screenshot #2]

Hanging out with friends
Google+ Hangouts bring people together using live multi-person video, and the results range from heartwarming [3] to awe-inspiring [4]. However, we recognize that connecting face-to-face is special and serious, so if a stranger outside a teen’s circles joins the hangout, we temporarily remove the young adult, and give them a chance to rejoin. [Screenshot #3]

Our newly launched Google+ Safety Center [5] describes these and other changes in more detail, but our approach is straightforward: build awesome features that teens really want, encourage safe behavior through appropriate defaults and in-product help, and make abuse reporting tools easy to find and use.

People and pages for the young(er) at heart
The joy of real-life sharing lies in connecting with everything we care about—from family and friends, to businesses and brands. Teens, like adults, deserve a rich experience online, so today we’re welcoming some of their favorite individuals and organizations to the Google+ community. [6]

Between strong user protections and teen-focused content, it’s our hope that young adults will feel at home (and have some fun) on Google+. And of course, we do have at least one thing in common with our newest users: we’re both busy growing up.


[3] Google+: Just hanging out together
[4] Highlights from the Dalai Lama & Desmond Tutu Google+ Hangout
[6] +106 and Park +A THIN LINE +AKB48 +Ashley Tisdale +Big Time Rush +Cody Simpson +ESPN +GLEE +Greyson Chance +Google Science Fair +Harry Shum Jr +The Hunger Games +Lea Michele +Mindless Behavior +Nickelodeon +Scotty McCreery +Selena Gomez +Shay Mitchell +Teen Vogue +The Annoying Orange +Material Girl Collection +Victoria Justice +Young Hollywood
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UPDATE - As #SOPA and #PIPA have been shelved for now, we're regrouping for a new Hangout-On-Air Event addressing larger issues, like #ACTA and whatever form the bills may take next. There will be special guests like my congressman from Connecticut - Chris Murphy and more!


We'll have a chance to actually SHOW some real politicians our community first-hand, and educate them about our world and how it works!

And we'll still have you G+niuses join to call your representatives both in the US and Internationally to voice opinions and urge them to vote down these bills and start getting serious about understanding the internet and the way our modern world works today - with global social connection, face to face interaction and heart.

Freedom, activism and love,
Your G+rl,

Ps. With +The White House here at our house on G+ now... Who knows who we might get to join our discussion! :-) Be sure to comment so I can add you to the circle I'm building for first-invites to the event!

Pps. If YOUR representatives would like to join the Hangout in person let me know! I know +Alida Brandenburg was going to ask hers! When I called Chris Murphy's office they put me through to his communications director who was thrilled about Rep. Murphy joining us!
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Spread the word | Read | Act | Fight | Learn | Tell

If you're a U.S. citizen, Sign this petition. By: +Desiaire Rickman!/petition/end-acta-and-protect-our-right-privacy-internet/MwfSVNBK

What is ACTA? Learn more about it

What is ACTA? ACTA is the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. A new intellectual property enforcement treaty being negotiated by the United States, the European Community, Switzerland, and Japan, with Australia, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Mexico, Jordan, Morocco, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada recently announcing that they will join in as well.

Why should you care about ACTA? Initial reports indicate that the treaty will have a very broad scope and will involve new tools targeting “Internet distribution and information technology.”

What is the goal of ACTA? Reportedly the goal is to create new legal standards of intellectual property enforcement, as well as increased international cooperation, an example of which would be an increase in information sharing between signatory countries’ law enforcement agencies.

Essential ACTA Resources:

- Read more about ACTA here: ACTA Fact Sheet

- Read the authentic version of the ACTA text as of 15 April 2011, as finalized by participating countries here: ACTA Finalized Text

- Follow the history of the treaty’s formation here: ACTA history

- Read letters from U.S. Senator Ron Wyden where in he challenges the constitutionality of ACTA:
_ Letter 1

_ Letter 2

Read the Administration’s Response to Wyden’s First Letter here:

Watch a short informative video on ACTA:
ACTA Video Say NO to ACTA

Watch a lulzy video on ACTA:
Lulzy Video Robocopyright ACTA

Say NO to ACTA. It is essential to spread awareness and get the word out on ACTA.

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