THE GUIZERR PROMOTIONAL GIVEAWAY

GUIZERR ANNOUNCES THE GUIZERR PROMOTIONAL GIVEAWAY! Do you own a Business, Brand or Blog. Two randomly chosen winners will win one full month of Advertising for your Business, Brand or Blog, plus we also add one week Of Promoted Content Advertising As A Top News Story An Approximate $2,000 Dollar Value. The contest will run monthly from the 1st until 15th and winners will be chosen randomly on the 16th day of each month and the ad will run starting on the 1st of the next month. Sign-up Now For your chance to win.…

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Skiplagging: Airlines taking a stance on controversial travel trick

Also known as hidden-city ticketing, point-beyond booking and throwaway ticketing, skiplagging is a simple travel trick The BBC in February called it “The travel trick that airlines hate,” while Travel+Leisure magazine in February claimed skiplagging is “too good to be true.” Also known as hidden-city ticketing, point-beyond booking and throwaway ticketing, skiplagging is a simple travel trick, according to smartertravel.com in April: “Sometimes the nonstop airfare to a particular destination is much higher than a fare to a separate city that includes a stopover in your final destination. In that…

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Facebook admits it listened to user’s audio messages

The company have since said it has stopped doing this as privacy organizations raised concerns over the practice. Facebook has admitted it uses an external company to listen to audio messages sent between users in an attempt to improve its voice recognition systems. According to a report by Bloomberg, Facebook paid contractors to transcribe audio messages sent between users. Those contractors did not know who the audio was from and how Facebook obtained it. In response to the report, Facebook said users who had their audio transcribed confirmed this option…

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More Americans are falling way behind on student loan payments

Mounting student debt and credit card delinquencies could sap consumer spending and undermine economic growth. More people in the United States appear to be struggling to keep up with their credit card and student loan debt payments. That could weigh on consumer spending and threaten one of the strongest drivers of economic growth. US credit card balances grew to $868bn in the second quarter, from $848bn in the previous three months, and the proportion of those balances seriously past due is on the rise, according to Federal Reserve Bank of…

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