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Snapchat Hack “The Snappening”: Hackers have done a massive online leak of as many as 200,000 photos and videos, some of them nude, captured using photo messaging app Snapchat. The compromising Snapchat photos and videos are in the process of being leaked onto popular online forum 4Chan, the same site that housed the first leaked […]Read More →
Union Tools for Websites Katie Dexter of Appletree MediaWorks joined Charles Showalter on The Union Edge Talk Radio Show yesterday. Mentioned were some of the custom-built union tools that both the UWUA and P4A use on their websites. Listen to the full interview by going to our Media page and clicking “Listen” under the 12/5/2012 […]Read More →
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