However we personally feel about it, Facebook has become enormously popular. But one issue facing Facebook, as well as many other social networking and online services, is the privacy and security of its users. Sadly, the small percentage of the global population that wants to commit a variety of cybercrimes has found that social networking services are a fertile hunting ground, and Facebook is no exception.

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With a broad range of body styles and powertrains, the 2013 Silverado 1500 is an impressive pickup.
With a starting MSRP of $23,590, the Silverado 1500 lineup includes WT, LS, LT, XFE and LTZ models, as well as the unique Silverado 1500 Hybrid – the industry’s only hybrid full-size truck. Additionally, Silverado 1500 models are available in three cab styles – regular, extended and crew cab – as well as three cargo box lengths: 5 feet, 8 inches (short); 6 feet, 6 inches (standard); and 8 feet (long).
Silverado design

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The Lamar University Jack Brooks Chair in Government and Public Service will focus on substance abuse when it hosts the 2013 Brooks Conference on Thursday, April 18.
Activities will begin at 7:30 a.m. in the Lamar Institute of Technology Multi-Purpose Center, at Jimmy Simmons Boulevard and East Lavaca.
Dawn Mathis of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Houston will be the keynote speaker for a luncheon from noon to 1:15 p.m. Other guest speakers include Shane Howard, Jefferson County tax assessor-collector.

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CASA of Southeast Texas is gearing up for another year of advocacy for children suffering from a life of neglect and abuse.
With dwindling funding comes an increased need for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) and the money it takes to guide neglected children through the maze of Texas’ foster care system, especially since every neglected or abused child in Jefferson County is assigned an advocate from CASA of Southeast Texas.

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The U.S. Attorney General’s Office, heading up the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, filed for a temporary restraining order barring the Beaumont Independent School District from implementing voting changes ordered by Texas’ 9th Court of Appeals. The U.S Attorney General’s Office claimed jurisdiction in the matter pursuant to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, which requires that any voting procedure changes in Texas be signed-off on by the DOJ.

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