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“Cluley demonstrates inthis video how the new setting, in effect, authorizes Facebook to expose more of itsmember-generatedcontenttoeveryone on the Internet.”
“And it said inthis statement yesterday that the goal of its fiber network experiment "is to help make Internet access better and faster for everyone.”
“As the title suggests, place plays an important role inthis collection.”
“It seems to me analytically sound, although I do not hold myself out as an expert inthis:”
“There is not written about this, but there are lawyers who specialize inthis.”
“Itwill likely echo concernsoutlined inthis Dec. 17 complaint, signed by EPIC and eight other privacy and consumer groups, asking the FTC to investigate Facebook's current privacy settings.”
“The nadir inthis agency came five and one half years ago, when the police found the lifeless and emaciated body of Nixzmary Brown in an apartment in Bedford-Stuyvesant.”
“As long as I'm President, I will work with anyone inthis chamber to build on this momentum.”
“Much of the war and sacrifices occurred on Virginia soil - both North and South - these are people who need to be remembered, not forgotten. the slaves should revel inthis as these momentous battles and sacrifices allowed them freedom!!!”
“There are lots of us at technology companies with smaller lobbying budgets than Microsoft that are interested inthis.”
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