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He's not human... 

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Inventions you thought didn't exist 

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I put in quite some efforts :) 

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Top 10 Best File Manager For Android

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9m6_lwwMVE

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How Americans can reclaim their online privacy amid new senate regulations

I was reading the Adweek, Christopher Heine quoted, "The Data & Marketing Association (DMA, formerly the Direct Marketing Association) was quick to applaud the Senate’s move that would allow ISPs to sell consumers’ web browsing history for advertising and internal marketing."

I personally felt it a mean statement. Although I am a marketer as well, but I believe in online privacy. I don't want ISPs to sell my browsing history. I feel that's unethical.

The revoked broadband privacy rules can be devastating for the people around the world and for the people in US.

The only solution I see right now and suggested by most people around is using encryption.

I wrote my observations in this piece.

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