Rumors on a possible Linkedin violation of Data Protection

I’m a happy Linkedin user and find interesting the news that Microsoft acquired it; they can make a good couple. And I think it can be a strategic partnership with benefits both for the two companies and for the users.

That said, I think all companies should stay ahead of the rules, and tech giants as well, like Linkedin is.

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Following the rules is not just a moral exercise, but a good way, most of the times the only one, to do good business.

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Twitter4j: a Java library to interact with the Twitter API

The Twitter API is one of which I love the most. Its simplicity and richness of functionalities make it a worthwhile experience for a programmer to do.

First and foremost you need to import the library into your Java project, you can do it with Eclipse via Maven, or you can use your preferred IDE, you can also import the library in your Android application through Gradle. Here is how to do it:

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On your pom.xml on Eclipse:

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Discovered a bug in Chromecast that causes routers malfunction

If in recent times your modem-router has given signs of instability, before replacing it, try disconnecting your Chromecast first!

The issue could be due to an unspecified defect either on Chromecast or Google Home. Most likely Google Home, the App that controls it. A TP-Link engineer has posted an explanation of the problem that first popped out in questions around the last year’s October.

It is not a very serious malfunction, but equally capable of putting in difficulty many famous modems-routers like TP-Link, Synology, Asus, Linksys and Netgear in particular, among others.

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Depending on your modem-router brand it could cause a temporary internet disconnection, or even a permanent unavailability of the network, until a complete reset.

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