February 2017

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If You Have One Of These Toys In Your House, You May Want To Stop Using It

Sloppy data security practices at a toy company that sells a line of internet-connected stuffed animals has exposed the personal information of more than 800,000 customers,and some 2 million voice recordings many of them from children. Online security expert Troy Hunt is one of the first to have noticed the issue. He and several others

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Alpine airports: Ski resorts you can fly into

(CNN)The freedom found skiing on a mountain is often earned after lengthy journeys, airport hassles and time-consuming traffic. But what if flying to the slopes was simple? Certain ski resorts do offer this — and not just the ones involving a helicopter lift from the nearest international airport. “The benefit of private jet travel for

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Tennessee Considers Bill To Protect Drivers Who Hit Protesters

Republican lawmakers in Tennessee are pushing for a new law that would protect drivers who injure protesters who block traffic from being sued. Similar legislation has been proposed in other places with Republican-led statehouses, including Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota where a bill nearly identical to Tennessees failed Monday. State Sen. Bill Ketron (R-Murfreesboro),

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Simply, the best Super Bowl ever | Les Carpenter

In 51 years of Super Bowls, there have been great games but never had one gone to overtime, and never had one been so stuffed with brilliance In 51 years of Super Bowls there have been championship-saving tackles. There have been amazing catches. But for all the previous great moments in the history of Americas