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Perhaps it was eventual for a generation who live their entire lives online but a young girl committed suicide on live on Live.me, and now, it seems impossible to remove from the internet.
Macs, and gmail are being targeted by malware and hackers this week, and The Washington Post and Toronto Star need some editorial aide.
Advances in breast pump technology are important, but at what price? And speaking of price, why is it that only two women made the list of 100 top paid CEOs in Canada?
- Police Can’t Stop People Sharing This 12-Year-Old’s Suicide Video On Facebook via Buzzfeed
- Suicide Prevention Hotline
- Canadian association for suicide prevention
- A vicious new malware is targeting Mac computers via VentureBeat
- Highly Effective Gmail Phishing Technique Being Exploited
- This breast pump is quiet enough to use on a conference call via Mashable
- Toronto Star gets dumped on for comically bad typo via BlogTO
- Women’s March on Washington: Is this the most embarrassing typo ever? via The Telegraph<
- ‘It’s either overt or covert hostility’: Why only 2 women made list of 100 highest-paid CEOs via CBC News
Tags: washington post, grammar, malware, Mac, gmail, toronto star, suicide