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Congress agrees: It’s time to regulate facial recognition technology

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The first in a series of congressional hearings on facial recognition technology took place on Wednesday, and it brought about a rare occurrence in Washington: agreement between Democrats and Republicans.

The House Oversight Committee’s hearing was focused on the impact facial recognition has had on civil rights and liberties from its use among law enforcement. A panel of experts, including face recognition researchers, legal professionals, and former law enforcement, spoke of the threat…

Congress agrees: It’s time to regulate facial recognition technology

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The first in a series of congressional hearings on facial recognition technology took place on Wednesday, and it brought about a rare occurrence in Washington: agreement between Democrats and Republicans.

The House Oversight Committee’s hearing was focused on the impact facial recognition has had on civil rights and liberties from its use among law enforcement. A panel of experts, including face recognition researchers, legal professionals, and former law enforcement, spoke of the threat…

Surprise! We’re unboxing summer’s biggest must-have tech item

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We surprised our tech experts with this summer’s newest tech innovation — watch them unbox and revel in its glory. Read more…

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Everyone is using Blink-182 as their password and the band is not cool with it

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The world is awash in ’90s nostalgia — and it’s even showing up in our passwords.

A new study from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has revealed the world’s most easily hacked passwords, CNN reports. The top no-brainer passwords overall are impersonal number combinations, like 12345. But in the category of “bands,” the most breached password is the name of the popular ’90s pop-punk outfit, Blink-182. 

Everyone is using Blink-182 as their password and the band is not cool with it

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The world is awash in ’90s nostalgia — and it’s even showing up in our passwords.

A new study from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has revealed the world’s most easily hacked passwords, CNN reports. The top no-brainer passwords overall are impersonal number combinations, like 12345. But in the category of “bands,” the most breached password is the name of the popular ’90s pop-punk outfit, Blink-182. 

Best CBD oil for dogs, according to reviews from pet parents

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All CBD products listed in this story are derived from hemp. Some CBD products, like those derived from marijuana, are only legal in certain states; see here to determine whether or not you can legally make a purchase. Additionally, THC/CBD edibles and additives are not necessarily FDA-approved.


Despite the fact that CBD is suddenly everywhere, the knowledge gap still isn’t closing as fast as new products are coming to the market — and we’re not down with that. We’ve covered the human…

Facebook to ban white nationalism and separatism content on platform

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Facebook recently announced it will ban white nationalism and separatism related content after speaking with experts. The ban will specifically target posts that praise, support, or represent white nationalism or separatism. Read more…

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Facebook to ban white nationalism and separatism content on platform

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Facebook recently announced it will ban white nationalism and separatism related content after speaking with experts. The ban will specifically target posts that praise, support, or represent white nationalism or separatism. Read more…

More about Facebook, Mashable Video, Mark Zuckerberg, Ban, and White Nationalism

Stephen Colbert has had it with Netflix’s hot serial killer trend

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The entertainment industry is really going all out to sex up Ted Bundy, between Netflix’s documentary series on the serial killer and the upcoming Zac Efron-starring Bundy film, and Stephen Colbert has had enough of it. 

Responding to viewer tweets that discussed Bundy’s hotness, Colbert deadpanned, he was smokin’ because they gave him the electric chair for murdering people.” And the host even shared a Netflix tweet that shared the same sentiment. 

But then Colbert kicked it up a…

Stephen Colbert has had it with Netflix’s hot serial killer trend

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The entertainment industry is really going all out to sex up Ted Bundy, between Netflix’s documentary series on the serial killer and the upcoming Zac Efron-starring Bundy film, and Stephen Colbert has had enough of it. 

Responding to viewer tweets that discussed Bundy’s hotness, Colbert deadpanned, he was smokin’ because they gave him the electric chair for murdering people.” And the host even shared a Netflix tweet that shared the same sentiment. 

But then Colbert kicked it up a…