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Police can also demand your passwords during a terror incident.
Like find where you parked your car.
Safety agency warns how phone accidents can lead to big problems.
'Long story short. Ice fishing, + hole in ice = iPhone at bottom of lake.'
Why can't people get the message?
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Police said the app sped up their response time.
All that urine flush down the toilet could one day be utilized as a sustainable source of fuel.
But imagine what life would be like if you couldn’t just pick up a phone and talk to a friend, loved one or colleague. You couldn’t phone for a haircut appointment, change a restaurant booking, or call a help desk.
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