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On May 1, 2013, the Attorneys Generals of Connecticut and Maryland Attorney sent a joint letter to Living Social requesting additional information about the incident, as well as more details about the company's data management policies and procedures.
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The most important page on Facebook has more than three-fourths of absolutely useless content. Facebook is a company with a very large number of talented people. Yet, their product looks like one of those spam filled mailboxes from the nineties. It is the most fundamental feature of Facebook, and it’s completely broken. One of the most intriguing concepts for the future of the PC industry we’ve heard lately has been Dell’s Project Ophelia, a USB thumb drive-sized “computer-on-a-stick” that can plug into any monitor’s USB port to transform it into a makeshift computer capable of running multiple operating systems.