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Japan’s New Secrecy Law Called “an Unprecedented Threat to Freedom of Information”

Japan has passed a strict new state-secret law, which Reporters Without Borders is calling “an unprecedented threat to freedom of information.&#...
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TV May Not Be the Future of Marketing, But GoDaddy Shows That Interactive TV Ads Are Possible

With online marketing and social media taking over the majority of a business’s marketing and advertising campaigns, it’s almost surprisin...
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Students in Asia Have Been Cheating on the SAT For Months

The Educational Testing Service (ETS) has confirmed it: students in Asia have been cheating on the SAT for months. In October, “a small number o...
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Immigration Attorney Accused of Scamming Dozens of Families out of More Than $200,000

An immigration attorney in Boulder, Colorado, is being charged with theft and accused of stealing thousands of dollars from families looking to come t...
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Did This Brooklyn Seafood Restaurant Try to Bribe Yelp Reviewers With Free Meals?

First, there was the carpet cleaner who sued anonymous Yelp reviewers over bad reviews. Then there was the hotel that withheld deposits from guests wh...
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More Industries Using More Robots: What Experts Say About the Next Decade’s Manufacturing

Robotics have been a staple of the automotive industry for some time, but a new report has found that automation is moving into other sectors of the e...
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Why Teeth Whitening Can Sometimes Be Too Much of a Good Thing

The $1.4 billion that Americans spend each year on tooth whitening products and procedures might be doing more harm than good in some cases. In fact, ...
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Why Americans Are Not Annuitizing — and Why They Should

Retirement is something that almost every working American looks forward to and depends on, but that future isn’t so secure for many Americans &...
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The Mystery of the Missing Brains Has Seemingly Been Solved

If you had a bunch of brains floating in jars, you probably wouldn’t lose them too easily. However, that’s precisely what the University o...
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Mobile Apps and Websites Aim to Transform How Apartments Are Advertised

For a long time, apartment hunting was quite the ordeal, and anyone seeking a new place to live had to drive around looking for yard signs, sort throu...