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Pornhub Just Launched Its Own (And Free) VPN

If there is a reason to using incognito mode when browsing certain NSFW adult websites, it is because you don’t want to be tracked and don’t want someone else using your computer to know what ...

9 hours ago from Ubergizmo

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Russian hackers could instantly cut off the internet for half a million people

'Both the scale and the capability of this operation are concerning'

21 hours ago from The Independent

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Elon Musk anti-union tweet spurs labour law violation charge

Tesla has faced past allegations of seeking to discourage union organising

14 hours ago from The Independent

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No, Twitter still doesn’t have to abide by the First Amendment — even if Trump's account does

What you need to know about the ruling on Trump's Twitter blocking.

Wed 23 May 18 from The Washington Post

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Facebook and Twitter unveil political ad transparency tools ahead of US midterm elections later this year

Companies have been under pressure to monitor political content after flood of Russian propaganda during 2016 election

12 hours ago from The Independent

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Remember StumbleUpon? Well, it's going away June 30th

According to co-founder Garrett Camp, StumbleUpon has delivered nearly 60 billion "stumbles" to more than 40 million people over the past 16 years. The web discovery service ...

11 hours ago from Engadget

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Vevo Shuts Down Its App On All Platforms Except For YouTube

When it comes to watching music videos online, Vevo probably comes to mind. The company’s service is available across multiple platforms, such as YouTube, mobile, smart TVs, and so on. However ...

6 hours ago from Ubergizmo

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Paypal lets you spend money in Gmail, YouTube and more

Android Pay users have been able to dip into their PayPal accounts for a little over a year. Now, the money transfer service has partnered with Google to provide a more seamless way ...

3 hours ago from Engadget

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Amazon now lets you see where your packages are with real-time map

Amazon is making it easier for users to figure out exactly where there package is. The firm is rolling out its Map Tracking feature to all users in the US, after launching it for select users ...

14 hours ago from Daily Mail

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