4 Side Hustles You Can Start If You Have A Pick-Up Truck

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When it comes to finding more money in your budget, there is only so much you can do to cut your spending and live frugally. At some point, you might find that you can’t cut anymore — or that you don’t want to (after all, life is about living, too). This is when it becomes obvious that you might need to come up with some additional income. This is fortunate because there are a number of ways you can start a side … Read Entire Story

Obfuscates your feelings on Facebook and defeat its algorithms in the process

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Ben Grosser, Go Rando, 2017 At a time when truth is treated as a polymorph and malleable commodity, when half of your country seems to live in another dimension, when polls are repeatedly proved wrong, when we feel more betrayed and crushed than ever by the result of a referendum or a political election, it is easy to feel disoriented and suspicious about what people around us are really thinking. Blinding Pleasures, a group show curated by Filippo Lorenzin at arebyte Gallery in London invites us to ponder on our cognitive bias and on the mechanisms behind the False Consensus effect and the so-called Filter Bubble. The artworks in the exhibition explore how we can subvert, comprehend and become more… Read Entire Story

We’ve Updated Our Privacy Policy

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The good news is, nothing material has changed. FeedBlitz is continuing to adhere to the same high standards we set ourselves from the start, in terms of both how we run our business and our obligations to you, our users. The better news is, the updated privacy policy is I think not only clearer, it’s actually helpful, in that it contains things like links to third party sites where you can control … Read Entire Story

Mass internet surveillance threatens international law, UN report claims

Actions of intelligence agencies are corrosive of online privacy, Ben Emmerson says in response to Edward Snowden leaksMass surveillance of the internet by intelligence agencies is corrosive of online privacy and threatens to undermine international law, according to a report to the United Nations general assembly.The critical study by Ben Emmerson QC, the UNs special rapporteur on counter-terrorism, released on Wednesday is a response to revelations by the whistleblower Edward Snowden about the extent of monitoring carried out by GCHQ in the UK and the National Security Agency Read Entire Story