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Missouri rolls out REAL ID this month

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The Missouri Department of Revenue says it will begin issuing REAL ID -compliant driver licenses and nondriver identification cards beginning March 25. The move is the final step for Missouri to satisfy ...

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Parents giving away their baby’s privacy to digital world

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Wanting to get your newborn’s photo on social  media? Not so fast if you value your baby’s privacy. Overzealous parents-to-be are creating a digital footprint for their children — before they’re born, ...

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Apple iPhone bug allowed spying through FaceTime

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We all know Big Brother is listening, and watching. We were shocked to learn it was Apple. Apple has announced it has a fix for the FaceTime eavesdropping bug that was discovered last week ...

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Church leader says smartphones could usher in anti-Christ

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The head of the Russian Orthodox Church says smartphones risk bringing humanity closer to the arrival of the anti-Christ. Patriarch Kirill said the church does not oppose technological progress but is concerned ...

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Vote ‘NO’ on Amendment 1: Clean Missouri is dirty

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Amendment 1 is designed by one liberal Democrat, supported by radical billionaire George Soros, and allows one partisan person to gerrymander the entire state all while taking away the privacy of Missourians. This Ballot Question ...

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New Apple watch will track you “all day”

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Consumers increasingly pay big bucks to give away their privacy. Mesmerized by consumerism and shiny new electronic gadgets, do they know what they’re giving up? Now Apple wants you to purchase their ...

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What’s good for the goose? Zuckerberg hacked

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After deleting and censoring the accounts of conservatives and Christians, Facebook is about to get a dose of its own medicine. A Taiwanese “white hat” (good guy) hacker claims he’s hacked the ...

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Tech giants to face Congress, this time over privacy

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Sparks could fly next week between six major Web companies and a Congressional Panel investigating privacy. The tech giants and internet-service providers, including AT&T Inc, Twitter Inc, and Alphabet Inc’s Google, will ...

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Age of Big Brother: Google tracks our every move

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Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records and tracks your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to. An Associated Press investigation found that many Google ...

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Court rules lawsuit against Planet Fitness can proceed

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Planet Fitness has lost a major judgment by a Michigan appeals court that ruled in favor of a woman who filed a lawsuit against their locker room policy. That policy favored anyone ...

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