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Are Virtual Friends Real?

In life, by some twist of fate, we meet random people…in random times and random places…

In the olden times, we make friends with people in our family, in our neighborhood, in our church, in our school, in our work. 1,635 more words

Judy Malware Infects Over 30 Million Android Users Worldwide*

Judy Malware Infects Over 30 Million Android Users Worldwide*

An application masked as an adware infected over thirty million Android devices

More than thirty million… 507 more words

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Trump Administration Launches tough new Social Media Vetting for U.S. Visa Applicants*

Trump Administration Launches tough new Social Media Vetting for U.S. Visa Applicants*

By Matthew Hughes

For the majority of people who visit the United States, applying for a visa is a routine task of filling in the boxes. 386 more words

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One time, I joined an online cult

 Okay– I guess it isn’t really an actual cult, but most days it felt like it. It was another blog site, one I stumbled upon through a friend. 977 more words

Muslims Launch the World’s First Islamic Sign Language Book*

Muslims Launch the World’s First Islamic Sign Language Book*

Did you know nine out of ten deaf children are born to hearing parents? Well, meet Zakariyya, a 19-year-old deaf teenager who was also born to hearing parents. 687 more words

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Leaked NSA Malware Is Helping Hijack Computers around the World*

Leaked NSA Malware Is Helping Hijack Computers around the World*

By Sam Biddle

In mid-April, an arsenal of powerful software tools apparently designed by the NSA to infect and control Windows computers was leaked by an entity known only as the “Shadow Brokers.” Not even a whole month later, the hypothetical threat that criminals would use the tools against the general public has become real, and tens of thousands of computers worldwide are now crippled by an unknown party demanding ransom. 1,117 more words

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