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An unbelievable video shows two men riding on top of lifts in Tunbridge Wells.The video was posted to YouTube by a user called 'Beno' and is titled Billy and Josh's adventure in Tunbridge Wells.It shows the two lift enthusiasts ride on top of a number of lifts in the town, with the general public supposedly totally unaware they are there.In one particular clip the voices of people using the lift can be heard while the two friends whisper.The video also shows them talking about evading staff so...
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An unbelievable video shows two men riding on top of lifts in Tunbridge Wells.The video was posted to YouTube by a user called 'Beno' and is titled Billy and Josh's adventure in Tunbridge Wells.It shows the two lift enthusiasts ride on top of a number of lifts in the town, with the general public supposedly totally unaware they are there.In one particular clip the voices of people using the lift can be heard while the two friends whisper.The video also shows them talking about evading staff so...
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If there was ever a time to give President Obama a standing ovation, today is the day. And GIFslots of themare helping make it happen. To offer Obama one final thank-you for the past eight years, Deep Focus came up with a way to let everyone give the president a round of applause. The agency created The Standing O, a microsite that collects user-submitted GIFs of people giving Obama a standing ovation that then become a mosaic of Obama himself. So far, thousands of people have submitted videos of themselves applauding the president, resulting in a recreation of the image of Obama that appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone in 2008. I think we were all postelection looking for an outer in a way that we could express ourselves while not being overly political and still giving thanks where thanks is due, said Michael Asaro, head of production at Deep Focus.
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67 (5.40, AU$8.80) a month. Privacy You don't have to look far to find Anonymizer's logging policy, as it's proudly displayed on the VPN plan summary: "ZERO Logging None, no records of ANY of your online activity". No ambiguity there. Searching for further detail in the small-print takes a while, mostly because it's around 13,000 words long. A lot of this is because Anonymizer includes OpenVPN, OpenSSL and other licence agreements in the text, but that's little consolation when you're scrolling, and scrolling, and scrolling down the page wading through it all. When we did find privacy references they generally confirmed the no logging policy: "Anonymizer keeps no record of internet protocol addresses visited attributable to your account", and: "Anonymizer cannot correlate other than in real time any individual user with a visit of any individual website.
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Nicole Kobie 15 min 6 sec ago Life Culture The ascension of Donald Trump to the presidential hot seat is enough to worry even the calmest soul that the apocalypse is nigh. Be it nuclear armageddon, a Russia-sparked world war, or a plague of tangerine zombies, such disaster scenarios somehow now seem plausible. With the inauguration looming, there’s never been a better time to turn “prepper” and follow the lead of survivalists making ready for apocalypse by storing food supplies and preparing a “bug-out bag” for when the shit hits the fan (SHTF). There are a few items common on bug-out bag listsrope, knives, rain poncho, long-lasting food, water – that you should surely include, although there’s debate over exactly what to bring, as it depends on where you live and your own personal preferences. But alongside keeping fed and fending off thieves, we’d also like to stay connectedlife without the internet simply isnt worth living, and if Trump is going to spark a real-life disaster movie, we’d like to monitor the end of days via his Twitter stream (“Zombies made up.
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A Twitter user has enraged followers by claiming a child born in 2005 would now be 20 years old. Followers rushed to correct him but couldn't agree on whether they would be 12 or 18.
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The company behind the viral beautification app has come out to explain the rationale behind the dodgy data collection code discovered by researchers.
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Our ambition is to deliver a premium product, which meets consumer needs at every price point, in every market. We start today, with our premium, high quality Nokia 6; built to deliver a fantastic core user experience for Chinese consumers. We look forward to unveiling further products in the first half of this year.”
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The apps recently become popular throughout the rest of the world and has been downloaded more than a billion times. And, like most other smartphone apps, it requests access to certain parts of a users phone. But, unlike most other apps, Meitu arguably takes it too far on Android phones by requiring access not just the phones camera and storage (which is only natural), but also to your phone number and location (both network-based and GPS) just to start up. But thats not all. It also asks to read, modify and delete the contents of an Android phones USB storage, view network connections, change display and audio settings, reorder running apps, control vibrations and prevent the device from going into sleep mode. The iOS version of the app runs a check to see if a handset is jailbroken or not. Security researchers have delved into the apps code and found that it even collects phone IMEI numbers something which could allow users habits to be tracked across different apps.
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Microsoft’s lawsuit objecting to the indiscriminate use by U.S. law enforcement of orders that demand user data without the opportunity to inform the customer may run into questions about the software giant's standing to raise the issue on behalf of its customers. A government motion to dismiss Microsoft’s complaint comes up for oral arguments Monday and significantly the judge said on Thursday that the issue of whether Fourth Amendment rights are personal or can be “vicariouslyasserted by third-parties on behalf of their customers would have to be addressed by both sides. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits unreasonable searches and seizure of property. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Try doing that with a consumer-grade cloud storage service over a single ADSL or fibre connection. Capacity and cost NAS devices don't come cheap, but hard disks still give you more gigabyte per pound than any other storage option. Cloud at high capacities is expensive. The 1TB Dropbox Pro account costs £7.99 a month or £79 per year, Google Drive $9.99 a month, while a 1TB OneDrive account costs a minimum of £5.99 per month for one user. Spread that across multiple users or look at business-grade accounts and the costs just spiral. Now consider how little a 1TB drive costs these days. With a high-capacity NAS, you can store and safeguard more data for less: the largest devices top out at 8TB, and even 3TB or 4TB NAS hard drives cost under £100. Reclaim your independence With a NAS, you're in control. You add the users and create the shared folders, allocate resources and define who can see what and where.
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Join Sue Perkins for an evening full of sparkling wit, tall tales and a user’s guide to Mary Berry when she brings her new live show Spectacles (based on her Sunday Times No 1 bestselling memoir of the same name) to Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts on Friday 24 February.
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