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Facebook Is an ‘Innovator in Privacy,’ Says Guy Who Runs Facebook

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Published on: 21 février 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is fond of suggesting that all the criticism of his globe-spanning social media empire comes from either the misinformed or the malicious. In fact, Facebook is really all about protecting the privacy of its users! That’s the line he took in a Wednesday interview with Harvard Law Professor…

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Twitter May Be Holding On to DMs Long After You Think They’re ‘Deleted’

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Published on: 16 février 2019

Twitter has had a number of privacy issues recently, from failing to protect private tweets to surfacing deleted location information. Now, it appears Twitter may be holding on to data it claims it deletes.

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Russian Authorities Declare State of Emergency After ‘Mass Invasion’ of Polar Bears in Remote Settlement

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Published on: 11 février 2019

Russian authorities have declared a state of emergency in the remote, sparsely populated Novaya Zemlya islands in the Arctic Ocean, the BBC reported this weekend, after “dozens” of polar bears whose food sources are limited due to climate change started rooting through homes and other buildings near the settlement of…

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The World of Hyatt Visa Is the One Hotel Credit Card That’s Right For Nearly Everyone

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Published on: 5 février 2019

If you don’t travel enough to rack up (and fully enjoy) hotel status, hotel-branded credit cards don’t usually make as much sense as more flexible travel rewards cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred. I make an exception though for the World of Hyatt Visa, which belongs in just about everyone’s wallet.

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Facebook and Google Clearly Don’t Exist in the Arrowverse

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Published on: 1 février 2019

I can believe a child with dark matter shrapnel in her head can create a deadly dreamscape and plot to murder adults. I can believe a man can run faster than the eye can see. I can believe that someone out there in the multiverse would really date Sherloque Wells. But The Flash just stretched believability by…

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Kingdom Hearts III: The Kotaku Review

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Published on: 27 janvier 2019

Early in Kingdom Hearts III, series primary protagonist Sora returns to his spaceship with his Duck Dad Donald and his Dog Dad Goofy. This nuclear family sits in silence and ponders a crisis.

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Ancient Shark With Spaceship-Shaped Teeth Named After Vintage Video Game

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Published on: 21 janvier 2019

A newly described freshwater shark from the Cretaceous Period had teeth that resembled the iconic Galaga video game spacefighter. Remarkably, the remains of this shark were found in the same pile of debris that contained Sue the T. rex—the largest and most complete fossil of the species ever found.

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You Can Build BB-8 Out Of LEGO, Apparently – Just $71 For 1,100+ Pieces

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Published on: 16 janvier 2019

The spherical BB-8 is perhaps the fictional character least suited to be modeled in a LEGO set, but this 1,106 piece kit actually does a remarkable job of portraying the adorable droid with right-angled pieces.

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Turn Any Wall Into a TV With Anker’s $100 Projector

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Published on: 11 janvier 2019

Anker’s Nebula Capsule raised the bar for portable projectors, and now, they’ve taken the guts of that soda can, and put it into a much less expensive home projector.

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Study: Mysterious Sound Recorded by Sickened Cuba Embassy Staff Was Just Crickets

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Published on: 6 janvier 2019

Since 2017, the baffling case of U.S. diplomatic staff in Cuba and elsewhere who developed symptoms resembling brain trauma after allegedly hearing strange noises (sometimes called “Havana syndrome”) have spawned plenty of theories of varying plausibility: A “covert sonic device,” malfunctioning spy gear, weaponized…

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