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  • The Importance of Changing HVAC Air Filters Regularly A home HVAC system's air filter is one of its simplest components, but it's also one of the most essential. They protect residents' health, extend the longevity of heating and cooling equipment, and increase modern HVAC systems' efficiency. The good news is, changing filters is so easy that homeowners can take care of this routine maintenance task themselves without hiring a professional. First, though, read on to find out about the importance of staying on top of this routine task.

  • Is Your Cloud Storage Secure? Data security is a constant concern for today's businesses, and the challenge seems to become greater every day. That's because hackers are always developing new strategies for capturing information, compromising system integrity, and even extorting businesses. This includes advancements in ransomware attacks, high-profile data breaches, and other hacks that can leave your business's clients vulnerable and compromise your reputation. So, what can you do to secure your organization's data?

  • Japanese Billionaire Offers SpaceX Moon Trip for 8 People A Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, is offering a 'moon trip' for eight people onboard the SpaceX in 2023.

  • Top 10 Best Data Recovery Software in 2021 Each year, the data recovery software developers make changes to their programs to adapt to the needs of new users. This is why you see that your existing software tools are now capable of recovering files with a higher success rate.

  • India Imposes Stricter Social Media Law After pressuring Twitter to take down accounts it deemed incendiary, the Indian government has issued on Thursday strict new rules of social media law not only for tweeting but also for Facebook and other social media platforms.

  • Australia's New Media Law Requires Facebook, Google to Pay for News Digital platforms such as Google and Facebook will now need to pay when linking content in search results and news feeds from local media outlets and publishers in Australia, according to the country's new media law.

  • China Imposes New Rules for Online Content Creators China imposed its tightest restrictions to date on the publishing of original online content creators through short video and "self-media" accounts this week.

  • Trump Appeals to Rejoin Facebook, Instagram Oversight Board After Suspension Former President Donald Trump has filed a statement of appeal to the oversight board funded by Facebook in an appeal to rejoin the social media platform. The decision is slated to take an estimated two and a half months.

  • Facebook Steps Down from Australia News Ban After Law Compromise Facebook Inc. stepped down from the news ban in Australia after the government decided to change world-first legislation forcing the tech giant and Google to pay local publishers for content.

  • YouTube Removes Former President Trump's Interview After Repeating Election Fraud Claims YouTube censored former President Donald Trump's recent interview, claiming that it violated the website's standards about election fraud allegations.

  • What Are Zero-Day Attacks? Cybersecurity Professionals Explain The world of cybersecurity is a messy one. In truth, hacks and breaches are happening all the time, but if you're a business with good cybersecurity on your side, you don't even notice. Breaches and attempted hacks are immediately seen and can be blocked, patched, fixed, and learned from so that they no longer pose a threat moving forward.

  • Facebook Blocks News Content From Australia Facebook has begun blocking news organizations, users, and other organizations in Australia from sharing news and other links on the social media platform. The declaration comes as Australia is slated to make the new "media code" as its law. The law seeks to correct the bargaining imbalance between digital giants, including Facebook and Google and newsrooms.

  • Australia Treasurer Slams Facebook for Banning All News Media Sharing Treasurer Josh Frydenberg slammed Facebook's decision to remove Australian news from the social media network. Frydenberg revealed that the tech giant overlooked Australia.

  • Australian MP Receives One Week Suspension After Facebook Deems His Posts as COVID-19 Misinformation Australian MP Craig Kelly has been suspended from Facebook after posting the benefits of hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment.

  • Parler Comeback: Controversial Social Media Network Returns After Going Offline for a Month Following its Amazon Web Services suspension, which effectively drove it offline, the 'Parler comeback' was made possible after the social network redesigned its website a month later.

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