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Adult dating site hack exposes sexual secrets

money.cnn.com — Adult FriendFinder asks customers to detail their interests and, based on those criteria, matches people for sexual encounters. The site, which boasts 64 million members, claims to have "helped millions of people find traditional partners, swinger groups, threesomes, and a variety of other alternative partners." The information Adult FriendFinder collects is extremely personal in nature.

Flickr's new tagging algorithm has run amok

wdsu.com — Flickr's new auto-tagging feature is generating some pretty offensive results. The photo sharing site, which is owned by Yahoo, launched image-recognition software two weeks ago that automatically creates tags for photos. The purpose was to make images more searchable in the system.

Flickr's new tagging algorithm has run amok

money.cnn.com — The photo sharing site, which is owned by Yahoo , launched image-recognition software two weeks ago that automatically creates tags for photos. The purpose was to make images more searchable in the system. For example, a black and white photo of London's Tower Bridge was automatically labeled "architecture," "outdoor," "city," "monochrome" and "skyline."

Amazon's No. 2 has a powerful 'Lean In' story

wdsu.com — Maria Renz is the new No. 2 at Amazon. That's something, considering that she once recommended that Amazon eliminate her position. In a powerful "Lean In" story that Renz published on leanin.org, Renz recounted how she bravely told Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos that what was best for the company trumped her own personal interests.

Amazon's No. 2 has a powerful 'Lean In' story

money.cnn.com — In a powerful "Lean In" story that Renz published on leanin.org, Renz recounted how she bravely told Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos that what was best for the company trumped her own personal interests. She was nervous that she would lose her job, but she was instead rewarded with several promotions at the company, most recently serving as Jeff Bezos' right hand.

Now it's even easier to watch illegal movie streams

wdsu.com — Popcorn Time, a controversial streaming service for pirated movies, is now easier than ever to use. All you need to access the so-called Netflix for pirated movies is a Web browser. Previously, Popcorn Time viewers had to download separate software onto their PCs, Macs or Android smartphones.

Now it's even easier to watch illegal movie streams

money.cnn.com — All you need to access the so-called Netflix for pirated movies is a Web browser. Previously, Popcorn Time viewers had to download separate software onto their PCs, Macs or Android smartphones. On Tuesday, the people behind Popcorn Time launched PopcornInYourBroswer.net.

Apple and Google to Obama: Hands off our phones!

wdsu.com — Four dozen tech companies, including Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, are pleading with President Obama to keep the government out of citizens' smartphones and emails. "Strong encryption is the cornerstone of the modern information economy's security," the companies wrote in the letter, which was delivered Tuesday morning.

Apple and Google to Obama: Hands off our phones!

money.cnn.com — "Strong encryption is the cornerstone of the modern information economy's security," the companies wrote in the letter, which was delivered Tuesday morning. The letter was first reported by the Washington Post. Apple made waves last year when it encrypted customers' iPhones, making law enforcement's task of obtaining the data on a suspect's iPhone more arduous.

The 'Steve Jobs' trailer is finally here

money.cnn.com — The movie trailer has been a long time coming. The film, written by Aaron Sorkin and based on Walter Isaacson's biography, has been troubled from the start. It changed studios, directors and even actors playing Jobs. Based on the one-minute trailer, the movie appears like it will be worth the wait.
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May 15, 2015

What an absolute farce. Why even have an appeals process?

May 15, 2015

How was Goodell's ability to arbitrate possibly collectively bargained for? The NFL has the weakest union of any pro sport.

May 15, 2015

RT @michaelFhurley: Absolutely gutless from Goodell. Either stand by the "integrity" of your "independent" report or admit that it was a sham from the word go.

May 15, 2015

RT @billbarnwell: Goodell hearing appeal = when you asked your mom for something and she said no and you went to ask your dad and he said "Ask your mother"

May 13, 2015

RT @SenatorReid: I find it stunning that the NFL cares more about how much air is in a football than it cares about a racist franchise name.

May 13, 2015

RT @LaMonicaBuzz: Must fight back tears later today. Last $CSCO call with Chambers as CEO. CAYSH! cc: @DavidGoldmanCNN @julpepitone @ericjackson @jdlahart

May 11, 2015

Goodell only suspended Rice 2 games because he lacked an elevator tape. But "more likely than not" sufficient for deflategate punishments.

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