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In a story so bizarre it's hard to believe, a 23-year-old Illinois man — Allen Hall — has been charged with attempted murder as well as assault and battery after attacking his female roommate.
Internet giant Google has once again come to the attention of data protection authorities across Europe as six European countries launched concerted action against Google yesterday claiming that Google had done nothing to meet privacy concerns.
YouTube has started prompting users who want to post a comment to use their real name. If a user has a gmail account connected to Google+, YouTube lets you choose to use your real name when you post. But you can also still use your YouTube name.
A former FBI interrogator told a Canadian radio show that cookies are more effective than torture in getting information from terrorists. Torture sessions only take longer and it get more useless information.
The Lafayette French Pastry bakery in Greenwich Village, New York introduced “Drunken Negro Head” cookies for Inauguration Day. The owner wonders what is wrong with his idea of baking cookies with oversized noses and lips.
No stone left unturned in the race to cash in on the presidential nominees and their sidekicks as bakery for the Hollywood stars offers baked goods in support of your favourite candidate. Get a dozen treats for under $50 US with international shipment.
Family circle knows what makes America tick. It's the cookie and who makes the yummiest one rules the roost. For the past four elections Family Circle has held a cookie cook off between the ladies who will rule the White House.
The controversy over Facebooks' Beacon app underlined once again the dangers; seemingly safe sites don't blink an eyelid at invading your privacy. At the heart of the problem: targeted advertising. Effective cooky erasors are what's needed.
New Japanese cookies target women who would like to improve their bust size. They claim that the fat in their cookies will go straight to your breasts and not to the rest of your body. A scientific break-through? Or a new low in consumer marketing.
Do you want bigger boobs, but don't want the hassle of breast surgery? Just pig out on some F Cup cookies from Japan and your man is sure to stop dead in his tracks. That's right, cookies that make your boobs grow.
The cookies sold by Girl Scouts’ 90th year batch would be healthy as they are virtually free of artery-clogging trans fats as they not only found alternative that taste as good as trans fats but the substitutes that do not compromise on shelf life.