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How A 'Nightmare' Law Could Make Sharing Passwords Illegal

A recent federal court ruling has advocates, researchers and the dissenting judge worried that sharing passwords, even in seemingly innocuous circumstances, could be considered unlawful.
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The Code Switch Podcast, Episode 9: Black And Blue

Black police officers live on both sides of the debate over race and policing. In this week's episode, they weigh in on the limits of force diversity in bridging gaps between black people and cops.
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Social Media Abuse Of Nursing Home Residents Often Goes Unchecked

Iowa health officials recently discovered it wasn't against state law for a nursing home worker to share a photo on Snapchat of a resident covered in feces. They are trying to change that.
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Public Figures Struggle With Social Media Boundaries After Dallas Shooting

Politicians, police officers, and media personalities have all gotten blow-back for inflammatory social media posts about the shooting of officers in Dallas.
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PHOTOS: Experimental Solar Plane Flies Over Egypt's Giza Pyramids

Egypt is the last stop before Solar Impulse 2 finishes its round-the-world journey in the United Arab Emirates. The team is aiming to raise awareness about clean energy.
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Pokemon Go Is Turning D.C. Into A Virtual Game Board

Next to a war memorial in downtown Washington, a new battle is taking shape. It's a war of Pokemon.
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Holocaust Museum, Arlington National Cemetery Plead: No Pokémon

The sites where visitors normally reflect on somber themes ask players of the hot new mobile game not to chase cartoon characters there.
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After Dallas, Black Gun Owners Take Stock

Many African-Americans keep guns for self-defense, dating back to Emancipation. But the shooting in Dallas, and recent killings of black men by police, have raised hard questions for black gun owners.
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Pokemon Go Stirs Controversy For Lack Of Digital Privacy

The new smartphone game, Pokemon Go, is stirring controversy for its lack of data privacy. But that isn't slowing down its growth.
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Millions Of Gamers Are Hooked On Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go has become a smartphone gaming sensation, generating $1.6 million in daily revenue by one estimate and boosting the market value of Nintendo. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to writer Glen Weldon about the hit game and the playing experience.

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