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  • The Celeb Photo Leak: Is Using ICloud Safe?

    Yes, probably. But ensuring that all your nudes and private information are protected is really goddamn complicated.

    Over the weekend, dozens of intimate and private photos belonging to famous women were published to the Internet, awakening a dormant kraken of horny males all flocking to their computers in chorus. Although it's unclear how the collection was obtained, the flood of images on 4chan--and, not much later, on Reddit and Twitter--sparked a smorgasbord of misogyny and victim-shaming, and called into question the security of the cloud.

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  • NASA Wants Your Tweets And Images For Its Space Time Capsule

    The capsule will travel to the asteroid Bennu and return to Earth in 2023.

    NASA is asking the public to submit messages and images shared via social media for a time capsule that it will launch in 2016 alongside a scientific mission to the asteroid Bennu. The capsule is scheduled to return to Earth in 2023 with a sample of the 1,760-foot-wide asteroid.

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  • How Atlantic City's Revel Casino Lost The Urban Planning Gamble

    Stricken casino Revel wasn't just a place to lose your savings; it was a multibillion dollar bet to redefine a dying city.

    Even in its final moments, Revel couldn't catch a break: Atlantic City, New Jersey's ill-fated, multibillion dollar development project was evacuated at 1 a.m. on Tuesday morning by a fire alarm, just hours before shutting its doors after two years of unrelenting financial turmoil.

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  • Netflix Will Let Viewers Privately Share TV and Movie Recommendations

    Recommendations will no longer show up on users' news feeds.

    You may not mind telling your Facebook friends that you are binge watching House of Cards, but it might be a different story when it comes to, say, Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

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  • Reddit Launches Mobile AMA App

    The company tries to present a friendly face to new users--and native advertisers

    Reddit, the 113 million-strong online community where discussions about quantum physics exist alongside NSFW photos, is entering a new chapter. After hinting for months at plans to increase its revenue and its mobile capabilities, the company launched a mobile iOS app for its popular "Ask Me Anything" content earlier this week.

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