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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Wednesday Late PM 8-30-17
xbrand: ok the lady on that call said that her Husband programs for the IRS and has been told he is losing his job....so she thinks the US TREASURY is going away ;phone: ------------------ only telling you what she said
txbrand: they might be just cutting down on employees...
txbrand: because Trump was talking slimming down
Cree: @txbrand Maybe her husband was a poor programmer???? I've had to fire programmers in the past for shoddy work. I never heard of a husband going home to tell his wife that he was fired as he did not do his job properly.....??
JesusLovesBaseball: Victory Day for Iraqis
31/8/2017 12:00 am
BAGHDAD / Al-Sabah The Iraqis have finished their preparations to celebrate Eid al-Adha in conjunction with the joyous celebrations of the liberation of the cities of Mosul and Tal Afar and the stability of the security situation in the country, especially the capital, Baghdad, which has been positively reflected in the investment and commercial reality. .
In parallel, the Baghdad Municipality has prepared a comprehensive service plan, implemented during the Eid, at a time when the number of flights to a number of tourist interfaces. Local markets in Baghdad and the provinces have witnessed in recent days the Iraqi families' visit to buy clothes and gifts, as the commercial movement continued until late at night.
Notes From The Field By Simon Black
August 23, 2017 Victoria, Chile
Chances are you probably use a cloud service to store at least a portion of your files.
Dropbox. iCloud. Microsoft’s OneDrive. Mega. Box.
There’s so many of them these days. And a few of them, like Switzerland-based Tresorit, focus heavily on privacy and security to keep your data safe.
But let’s be honest-- privacy is definitely not a top priority among most of the top cloud providers.
Note: worth re-reading, sending to friends and saving !!
HOW TO DISAPPEAR FROM THE WEB FOREVER:
Excellent piece to forward to all family and friends!
Sick of horribly embarrassing things showing up when potential employers Google your name? Perhaps you just don't like the fact the internet makes you easy to find. Thankfully, it's not that hard to delete yourself entirely and become invisible while continuing to enjoy internet surfing. Here's how to do it.
FIRST SUGGESTION = start using encrypted emails and don’t surf the web without being totally invisible by using your own VPN = virtual private network. The VPN and encrypted email protection is the max and does what antivirus and anti-spam and anti-scan protections could never do.
Plus you do not leave a reciprocal trace of where you have been surfing for websites to tag you – VPN’s block that ability. Did you know all of our emails, whether its AOL, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo you have, are scanned and are saved in a database in Colorado if we use certain words?