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Tools To Help You Permanently Delete Old Social Media Updates

While Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are fun ways to keep in touch with friends and family, watch cat videos and even catch up on news, more employers are doing background checks on current and future employees. So an embarrassing tweet from 2010, Facebook rant from 2014 or the drunk Instagram...
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Plugin Protects Kids From Fake Santa Claus News

: There's a lot of fake news out there and that includes the existence of Santa Claus. But now you can block all the negative news about Santa on your computer with a free plugin extension called, Keep Believing In Santa [DOWNLOAD HERE] . Millions of children across the world have stopped believing...
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Web Browsers To Mute Videos That Automatically Play Online

One of the most annoying things about the Internet are those web site that automatically start to play audio and video. While you are trying to be discreet, the damage has already been done. Some good news though, it appears are planning to launch updates that will mute most videos and audios...
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Chrome Extension Calls Your Phone For An Easy Way To Excuse Yourself

No doubt this has happened to you before, you are working on a project at your desk and a deadline is quickly approaching when all of the sudden, you're visited by a co-worker for a social chat. You don't want to be rude but you're on a deadline, so what do you do? If you have the "nope" Chrome...
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App Tracks Who Is Unfriending You Online

After one of the most contentious Presidential elections in American history, you may have notice the number of your Facebook friends has dropped. Yes, it's true, many unfriendings occurred, but who are these people who no longer want to associate with you online? Now you can find out using a nifty...
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New Extensions Point Out Fake News Stories Populating Your Social Media Platforms

It is getting harder and harder to find out if the web site you are visiting for news is a legitimate news site or a fake one filled with fake stories. 62% of Americans say they get their news from social media platforms and many of those news sources are not creditable. So a computer programmer...
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