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How to get Firefox Dark Mode

Firefox was one of the first major browsers to offer a dedicated dark mode, and the option is refreshing and easy to activate whether you’re using Windows, macOS, iOS, or Android. “Dark mode themes have been gaining popularity in recent years,” a Mozilla spokesperson told TechRadar. “This is in part …

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OnlyFans creator sues site that hosts paid images for free

YouTube creators aren’t the only ones fighting copyright infringement. OnlyFans creators Deniece “Niece” Waidhofer are suing Thothub – a site that repositioning adult-only content subject to paywall for free – for showing her images without her consent, Motherboard reports. But Waidhofer is not only attacking Thothub. She is suing Cloudflare …

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How to hide your IP address

We are all worthy individuals, but we are also numbers. Consider this: When you were born, you were given a name and Social Security number. When you have a car, you get a driver’s license number. And when you log in, you receive an IP address. Most of us try …

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New Chrome Feature Automatically Muts Multiple Tabs

One of my favorite Chrome features since landed on other browsers-is the volume icon that appears when a tab is playing audio. Google went further by allowing this icon to be clicked and turn off the noisy tab. Now Google is leading the way again with a new Chrome Developer …

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Jessie Andrews’ 5 tips to always be on top

Jessie Andrews’ journey in entrepreneurship was anything but traditional. The founder of the self-taught serial fashion brand did not finish high school, pursued a career in adult cinema and toured as a DJ and international producer. She then learned the ins and outs of the fashion industry on her own …

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