Google's hidden security defaults are shockingly powerful
Google announced last week that it plans to automatically enroll users in two-factor authentication to improve account security. 1
Perhaps the biggest benefactors of this move are American businesses, which are losing more than $1 billion a year because of the security defaults on their software. 1
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Graduates celebrate new beginning for T.C. Williams High School
It was in a meeting of the Black Student Union at T.C. Williams High School that Lorraine Johnson first learned her school was named for a fervent segregationist who fought to keep out students like her.
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Opposition forces Orban into U-turn over Chinese campus plan in Budapest
Protests against the construction of a Chinese university in Budapest have energised the Hungarian opposition ahead of elections next year, and forced the government into a rare U-turn.
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Today Is Loving Day When Interracial Marriage Finally Became Legal In The U.S.
This Jan. 26, 1965, file photo shows Mildred Loving and her husband Richard P Loving.
Bernard S. Cohen, who successfully challenged a Virginia law banning interracial marriage.
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'This car crushes' Musk says, as Tesla launches faster Model S 'Plaid' | amNewYork
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How to talk to your kids about earthquakes
Parents and guardians might be hesitant to bring up something scary like an earthquake, especially with younger children, said Laura Montoya, owner of the Dandelion School in Brentwood.
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