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NHL playoffs: Wild beats Lightning to win Cup

The Minnesota Wild defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 in overtime on Tuesday to win the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second consecutive season.The Wild won its fifth consecutive game in regulation, the most by a team in a season in NHL history.It was the fifth time in NHL playoff history that a team has

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How to set up a Google Chrome browser for free in Canada

As a Canadian, I have been trying to figure out how to use Google Chrome on my PC in Canada.The basic concept of Chrome is that you open the browser, hit the “open” button and type in some text.After you’ve typed in some data, a list of links opens up and you can navigate through

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What you need to know about the IP address blacklist

With the end of the year looming, we wanted to put the latest developments in IP address whitelisting to the test and get some feedback from you.We’re currently using the same methodology we used when we started the report, but we’ve changed the process for our next report.We’ve added the ability to filter the list

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Why is Donald Trump getting a bad rap?

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says that the city’s police department is in crisis and is in a state of “fear.”The mayor also said that his administration is working with the FBI to investigate alleged misconduct by police.“We are dealing with an unprecedented level of mistrust in our communities, including a national epidemic

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How the Internet of Things is changing the way we buy and use things

IP addresses, MAC addresses, and more are all being connected to a growing number of devices, making them increasingly useful.Now the Internet is getting a new twist: hiding.A new app called IP Hideout is now available to Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.The app is designed to provide users with a more

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How to block Tor’s censorship if you’re paranoid about US spying

In June, NordVPN announced that it would no longer allow its users to connect to Tor networks, including its own.The company explained that this move was necessary to prevent the US government from accessing users’ data and to stop governments and other third parties from “stealing our traffic and using it to interfere with our

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VPN provider Easy-Hide-IP to launch in Chile

Chile’s internet service provider Easy Hide-IP will soon launch in the country, a source close to the company told The Times.The company is planning to launch a small number of VPNs in Chile, a country of about 10 million people, according to the source.The service will offer a variety of applications for its users, including