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Jeremy London Is NOT Homeless!

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Court documents be damned!

As previously reported, Jeremy London was listed as "transient (aka "homeless") instead of having a permanent address in his domestic abuse case.

Now, Jeremy was spotted outside one of the most expensive restaurants in El Lay, and he DENIES he's homeless.

The Party of Fiver also says

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Nicola Roberts Speak Out Against Bullying!

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She is just too lovely!

We couldn't be more thrilled that she's speaking out against such an important issue!

Nicola Roberts is the latest star to take a stand against the ever-growing problem with bullying around the world, and is eager to meet with education officials in the U.K. to address the issue!

She explains

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Tom Sizemore 'Explains' His Latest Arrest!

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Well, isn't all of this convenient?

Although Tom Sizemore was arrested in El Lay late last night when authorities on a drug bust discovered him at the scene, and brought him in for an outstanding battery warrant, the troubled actor is now claiming the whole thing was a big misunderstanding!

His excuse?

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Jon Stewart Sets President Obama Straight After Lackluster Debt Ceiling Address

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He hits the nail right on the head, as always!

The deadline for raising the United States' debt ceiling is August 2nd, and as that date is almost here, President Obama addressed the public on Monday night, and of course, Jon Stewart had a few comments regarding his lackluster approach on yesterday's episode of The Daily Show!

Check him out (above)!

100% spot on! We hear you, guy!

We just seriously hope that Obama did, too! Enough is enough!

Time to TAKE ACTION!

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News Of The World Editor's Final Address To Staff!

Such a shame that it had to end this way - especially with so many innocent journalists losing out due to the mistakes of a mere few.

Hours before News of the World published its last edition on Saturday following a massive phone hacking scandal, editor Colin Myler addressed his staff by standing on top of a desk and telling them to leave the publication with their heads held high.

Ch-ch-check out the speech (above)!

Wonderful!

We're so glad they were able to take such a positive attitude and end the paper's 168 year history on a high note, filled with praise and respect!

Well done, all of you!

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Facebook IS Sharing Your Home Address And Phone Number With App Developers

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We're not sure how we feel about this, but Facebook is going ahead with their quest to "make the world more open and connected" by giving out users personal contact information such as home addresses and phone numbers to third-party developers and websites.

Facebook first announced this plan in January, but suspended any further action after public outcry from users and Congressmen, but whether you like it or not, the social network may be making you more social than you want to be.

Although the info is only intended to be shared with application developers, experts still fear it may be easier for scammers to take advantage of users who could give out their personal contact information after a few wrong clicks.

Others like Mary Hodder, chairman of the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium, sees this as Facebook's willingness to change the rules of the game. She points out:

"People never thought when they were posting this data [such as their phone numbers] that it would be accessible to anyone but friends. There's a real mismatch of expectations around that. Even if Facebook comes back with new protections, they're still saying, 'Hey, get over it, your data is public.' I feel badly for users that Facebook's approach is 'You give us anything and it's all fair game.'"

We don't think hope there is a reason to get TOO worried because the information sharing is not automatic and a developer has to request permission to access any information from a user. A spokesperson for the website said:

"You need to explicitly choose to share your data before any app or website can access it and no private information is shared without your permission."

The best way to avoid this information being shared however, might be to completely remove it from your profile.

Thoughts???

[Image via AP Images.]

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Walgreens Got HACKED!

Filed under: Oops!Tech TalkBusiness Blitz

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Oh no! This is awful!

Walgreen Co. announced today that a list of customers' e-mail addresses have been compromised due to a hacking into their databases, and are now warning customers to not respond to any e-mails from the 'company' that ask for credit card or Social Security numbers, as well as any other personal information!

According to an e-mail statement:

"We want to assure you that the only information that was obtained was your e-mail address. Your prescription information, account and any other personally identifiable information were not at risk because such data is not contained in the e-mail system, and no access was gained to Walgreens consumer data systems."

Phew!

Similar incidents have also happened recently to the McDonald's Corp. and Gawker.

Just terrible! We're just thankful that the hackers couldn't access anymore private information than they already have!

Hopefully whomever's behind this will be caught and dealt with accordingly - and soon!

Thoughts??

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