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By State of Georgia Government |

The Georgians First Commission launched by Governor Kemp

The Georgians First Commission has launched its website to hear directly from the public about burdensome regulations, fees, and taxes that...

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By Barbara Krasnoff, The Verge |

How to block ad tracking on your iPhone

Keep your apps from uploading your data — mostly. A recent article in The Washington Post by Geoffrey Fowler described the author’s shock...

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By DelPhi Communications |

We're So Close! MembersThrive is coming soon!

July is right around the corner! We're set to launch our very own Membership Management System for associations that want to Connect,...

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By Geoffrey A. Fowler |

It’s the middle of the night. Do you know who your iPhone is talking to?

Apple says, “What happens on your iPhone stays on your iPhone.” Our privacy experiment showed 5,400 hidden app trackers guzzled our data...

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By David Nield, Wired |

All the Ways Google Tracks You—And How to Stop It

You're probably aware that Google keeps tabs on what you're up to on its devices, apps, and services—but you might not realize just how far...

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By DelPhi Communications, Inc. |

Happy Memorial Day from DelPhi Communications!

As we take this day to honor and remember the sacrifices of so many, let us as Americans all pause for The National Moment of Remembrance...

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By Uppercase Magazine |

UPPERCASE publishes books and magazines for the creative and curious

UPPERCASE publishes books and magazines for the creative and curious: publications that spark the imagination and inspire creativity. We're...

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By Beth Kowitt, Fortune |

Inside Google's Civil War

Some employees say Google is losing touch with its “Don’t be evil” motto. What happens when an empowered tech workforce rebels?

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By The New York Times |

This Gen X Mess

The tech, music, style, books, trends, rules, films and pills that made Gen X... so so-so.

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By Angela Chen, The Verge |

How Silicon Valley’s successes are fueled by an underclass of ‘ghost workers’

The invisible labor that makes our technology run. “Ghost work” is anthropologist Mary L. Gray’s term for the invisible labor that powers...

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