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From: Julius Wong6/2/2019 8:34:52 AM
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Why You Should Never Use Airport USB Charging Stations

forbes.com

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From: Julius Wong6/4/2019 6:49:58 AM
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What Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant Can Do—and Annoyingly Still Can’t Do

wsj.com

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From: Julius Wong6/4/2019 10:30:57 PM
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How Safe Is Your Mobile Phone? Not as Safe as You Think

Three experts talk about where the weaknesses are—and what companies can do about it

wsj.com

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To: Julius Wong who wrote (3001)6/5/2019 5:04:22 PM
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When I try to follow links you post they are often paywalled.

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To: TimF who wrote (3002)6/5/2019 5:26:31 PM
From: Julius Wong
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SI policy on Copyright and IP

Copyright and Intellectual Property Agent for Notice
siliconinvestor.com

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To: Julius Wong who wrote (3003)6/5/2019 6:36:05 PM
From: TimF
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How is that link relevant?

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From: Julius Wong7/9/2019 7:40:44 AM
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5 ways to keep your Android apps from spying on you

Over 1,000 Android apps grab your data even if you tell them no.

cnet.com

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From: Julius Wong7/9/2019 6:41:21 PM
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How to transfer your photos from an Android phone to a PC
Get your photos off your phone and on your PC with these tips
digitaltrends.com

Tight on space? Here’s how to transfer photos from an iPhone to a computer
digitaltrends.com

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From: Julius Wong7/12/2019 7:52:49 AM
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How “stalkerware” apps are letting abusive partners spy on their victims

Many women are unaware that they are being spied on with apps hidden on their phones. App-store owners must do more.

technologyreview.com

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From: Julius Wong7/24/2019 9:51:30 PM
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How to log out of Instagram on your phone or computer to protect your account's security

businessinsider.com

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