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Just how badly did the federal government want data about Yahoo users for its now-notorious PRISM surveillance program ? It threatened to fine the company $250,000 a day in 2008 if it didn’t comply, reports the Washington Post . The revelation comes from newly declassified court documents detailing the company’s…

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A pediatrician’s plea in the Washington Post for parents to put down their smartphones and make actual human contact with their kids might be worth it for the opening anecdote alone. Jane Scott explains that a dad brought his 2-year-old boy into her office, each absorbed in his own phone….

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In fact, even when individuals were given time to prepare for being alone — meaning that they were able to plan what they would think about during their moments of solitude — the participants still found it hard, Timothy Wilson, a psychologist at the University of Virginia and lead author of the study, told The […]

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