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Sun SentinelFreebie Friday morphs into Shopping Saturday! Our freebie free-for-all goes coupon crazy with retail coupons and deals, free offers, savings on dining and fun things to do. Use it to save all weekend long! Don't forget, Mother's Day is May 12! "Like"...
After two trips to the 2014 Sochi Olympic bobsled venue over the past two winters, sled pusher Katie Eberling of Palos Hills said she is not worried about returning or having family members travel there because of links between the prime suspects in...
The Associated Press' main Twitter account was taken over Tuesday by hackers who sent out a fake tweet saying two explosions had gone off at the White House, injuring President Obama. Within minutes, the real AP used other accounts at its disposal to...
Twitter is working on a two-step verification security method that could make it more difficult for hackers to take over users' accounts, according to a report. Wired said Wednesday that the San Francisco-based social network is internally testing the...
Tags: NPR, Media Industry, Twitter, Inc., Social Media, Google Inc.
Two Silicon Valley men were sentenced Monday for a "sextortion" plot in which they tried to extort professional poker players with threats of publicizing naked photographs and other private information stolen from email accounts. Tyler Schrier, 23, of...
Tags: Theft, Defendants, Meningitis, Prisons, Justice System
SACRAMENTO — The most courageous politician in California — probably the nation — is a Berkeley city councilman, Gordon Wozniak. His gutsy act: proposing that the government tax email. Yes, sacrosanct, time-gobbling, out-of-control...
In the news business, you can bank on animal stories getting an emotional reaction from readers. Especially when they involve pit bulls. Or cats. Last week offered a reminder of the powerful connection between humans and felines. In a guest column...
Three Democrats put checks in the mail Monday to return money they received for legislative election campaigns last year from the South Dakota Telecommunications political action committee, the state chairman for the South Dakota Democratic Party said...
Change of SubjectBy Jessica Reynolds Have a Google account? You can now officially dictate what will happen to all your emails, photos and documents after you bite the dust. Today Google launched the Inactive Account Manager, a settings tab that allows you......
Even after eight years of investigating online crime, and plenty of accompanying training, it's hard for Tom Tarnowski to get a feel for the typical Internet criminal. Online offenders just can't be neatly categorized by age, social status or...
Consumer loyalty, in the digital media era, seems to be as valued as an AOL start-up disk. Customers of most cellphone companies finish their contracts and win the right to keep paying the same high prices that supposedly included the cost of their once-...
—A lazy Sunday morning. Arising later than usual. A long week of work in the books, a promising week ahead. Now living in Armenia, I correspond regularly with colleagues, friends and family back home in the States. Birds chirp as I check some emails...
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