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New Research Finds More Teens Encounter Drama on Social Media

Parents often worry about how often their children go online, and what sort of interactions they may encounter on the web. According to a recent study by Pew Research Center, 92% of teens ages 13 to 17 report that they go online daily. More than half of
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Disney to Recreate Its Classics with New Live-Action Films

Do you ever wonder how the Genie in Disney’s "Aladdin" became a genie forced to live in a lamp? Now you don’t have to wait, as Disney is making a live-action prequel to Disney's "Aladdin" that’ll tell Genie's story. According to The Los Angeles Times, the studio
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Ashley Madison Hack: How It Might Impact You

By now, you've probably heard about the hacking and subsequent release of user information from infamous dating website Ashley Madison (which uses the motto "Life is short, have an affair"). If you aren't in the loop, a group of unknown hackers broke into the website's database and
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What is HIPAA and What Does It Mean for Internet Fax?

For those who work in the health care industry, HIPAA is a well-known term. But for the rest of us, it may not be common knowledge. Because of all the data breaches that are constantly happening around us, we want to make sure that we are doing
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How Online College Can Save You Money

Many students are making the decision to complete their college education through an online university, often because they are drawn in by the appeal of saving money. Foregoing the traditional, in-class college experience is enticing for cost-cutters as online college students aren’t required to pay the same
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Why Can I Only Make 6 Withdrawals From My Savings Account?

Whether you’re opening a new savings account or managing one you already have, you’ve likely noticed your account has a six withdrawal limit per month, with overages resulting in fees or even cancellation of the account. It turns out the Federal Reserve Board requires each bank to
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3 Personalities You'll Likely Encounter While Online Dating

Upon entering the online dating world, you're almost guaranteed a run-in with a few very specific personality types, no matter which online dating service you're using. Daters of any age can agree that these personalities show up over and over again and are extremely easy to pick
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Everything You Need to Know About HBO NOW

Are you a fan of HBO's original programming, but don't want to pay for cable to be able to watch your favorite shows? Or are you skeptical about cutting the cord with cable because you don't want to lose your HBO subscription? Good news! Now you can
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Which Identity Theft Protection Service is Best for Children?

You might not think you need to worry about your child's identity, but that's unfortunately not true. Identity theft is on the rise, especially as more and more Americans under the age of 18 are being exposed in data breaches like the one at health insurance company
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What is Home Automation and How Can It Benefit Me?

Home security systems have been around for a while now. As such, it’s no surprise that home security systems are getting more technically advanced as they age. In fact, modern systems do more than just sound an alarm off whenever someone enters your home. With the addition
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