Student Breaks Into Woman's House to Browse Facebook on Her Laptop

Student Breaks Into Woman's House to Browse Facebook on Her Laptop

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New Facebook = heroin, apparently. (Photo: Howzzdat) There are many ways to obtain Internet access, particularly as a college student in the United States. If you don’t have a laptop, you can always go to the university library, or borrow a friend’s computer. Or, if you’re an unidentified 18-year-old University of...
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140 Proof adds Pinterest sharing to its social advertising service

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As Reports Swirl Around Spotify's Video Ambitions, It Inks An Integration Deal With LG For Media Players And Other Smart Devices

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