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Facebook fake news filter plugin download

Published by: Vero Beach Computer Repair This Google Chrome browser plugin will verify real news from fake news. Description from the project webpage Hack Princeton 2016: In the current media landscape, control over distribution has become almost as important as the actual creation of content, and that has given Facebook a huge amount of power.

 
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Download Symantec Cleanwipe Removal Tool

How to download the current version of the CLEANWIPE removal tool utility. (Cleanwipe_v12) By Paul Sullivan Vero Beach Computer Repair http://verobeachcomputerrepair.biz Find us on Google+ The Cleanwipe removal tool utility is used to completely remove Symantec Antivirus and Symantec Endpoint Protection products. You can use CLEANWIPE from Symantec to remove Symantec Endpoint Protection as well

 
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What is BleachBit?

What is BleachBit software and why would it have been used to erase data on Hillary Clinton’s email server? By Paul Sullivan Vero Beach Computer Repair http://verobeachcomputerrepair.biz Find us on Google+ Jonathan Zdziarski, a computer security expert, characterized BleachBit as a fairly “amateur” tool that doesn’t raise any red flags. “It looks like the type

 
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Protect your computer during Hurricane Season!

Protect your computer during Hurricane Season!

 
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Do I really need a computer anymore?

Published on June 3, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Do I really need a computer anymore? I get asked this question a lot. For the majority of home computer users, the simple answer is…NO! Most home computer users get their email, look at a few websites, online banking/bill pay, or the real guru – create a document or a spreadsheet. All this can be

 
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