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Why you shouldn’t trust the “world’s most secure” email service

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. In the cybersecurity world, if something is said to be “unhackable” …

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Meridian Police warn there are some apps parents shouldn’t allow their kids to have

MERIDIAN, Idaho – Lake Hazel Middle Schoolers are learning a valuable lesson outside the classroom. They’re working to make a friendship tree to show kindness to others.

“I’m hoping they learn kindness can go a long way if they are kind to each other, we have a better school environment,” said Jenna Lowman the counselor at Lake Hazel Middle School.

And in this digital age of bullying, kindness is quickly forgotten.

“Parents have no idea when you give this smart device to your kid, that it can get them into danger very quickly,” said School Resource Officer David Gomez of the Meridian Police Department.

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Private Companies Shouldn’t Be The Ones Crying ‘State-Sponsored Hack!’

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Private Companies Shouldn’t Be The Ones Crying ‘State-Sponsored Hack!’

If the U.S. government doesn’t start officially attributing cyberattacks, it risks losing control of the narrative and evolving legal norms.
In the presidential debate last week, Hillary Clinton cited Russia’s responsibility for the hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

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7 Fall 2016 TV Shows You Really Shouldn’t Miss

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16 Things You Shouldn’t Tell Your Girlfriend About

Can’t keep secrets from your girl? Well, while that’s heartwarming, there are things that are best left unsaid for the sake of your relationship! It’s better to have a cork in your mouth than your foot, don’t you think? Read More….

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Why I Went after a Bad Boy and Why YOU Shouldn’t

Everywhere I went, men were falling at my feet. I was the “heartbreaker,” and I was about to get a huge lesson in humility from a bad boy. I was at an all-time low. Read More….

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Shorter Daily Beast: Parents Shouldn’t Be Able to Opt Kids Out of Sex Ed

It’s such a damn shame the U.S. is so religious. Otherwise, who knows, maybe mandatory sex ed would be a nationwide reality like it is several European countries and, more proximate to American readers, the Canadian province of Quebec. That’s the sentiment conveyed by Daily Beast writer Samantha Allen in her September 3 story Later in her piece, Allen lamented how “in the United States, which is a far more religious nation than even the UK, compulsory nationwide sex education would present a challenge. Even some of the most ardent U.S. advocates for comprehensive sex education stop short of challenging parental opt-out laws and policies.

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Judge rules former UTC wrestler accused of rape shouldn’t have been expelled

Corey Mock can’t prove that a UTC classmate consented to have sex with him at a late-night party last year. And the classmate also can’t prove she told Mock “no.”

The lack of evidence caused a judge in Davidson County Chancery Court to rule last week that Mock, a former wrestler for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, should not have been expelled from the school for violating its sexual misconduct policy.

Chancellor Carol McCoy ruled that UTC did not provide adequate proof that Mock had sex with a student without her consent in March, therefore, he should Read More

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