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[WHERE'S MY PRIVACY?] Ep. 3: Facebook Privacy with Jack Guinan

[WHERE’S MY PRIVACY?] Ep. 3: Facebook Privacy with Jack Guinan

Thomas Reinhart, Staff Writer April 22, 2020
The lack of privacy for user's information on social media apps, specifically Facebook, is real.
A picture from the snickers add as peace is restored to the world thanks to snickers

Superbowl ads: a look at the top hits of 2020

Will Schavee, RubicOnline February 3, 2020
The top 10 superbowl ads of 2020 with many celebrities featuring in the expensive but popular ads.
Students often find themselves scrolling between Facebok and Instagram.

Tech Trends: Will Facebook disappear?

Emma Sampson , RubicOnline Editor March 5, 2019
Students question the extinction of Facebook in place of Instagram.
The quick add concept has been uploaded to the top bar of Instagram profiles.

[TECH TRENDS] Instagram pulls Snapchat users with similar features

Emma Sampson , RubicOnline Editor October 7, 2018
The quick add concept, a well known Snapchat feature, has now been uploaded to the top bar of Instagram profiles.
Cambridge Analytica seems to have destroyed Facebook users' sense of

Facebook “data breach” may be a turning point in internet privacy

Noah Raaum, Videographer April 2, 2018
Recently, internet privacy issues have gotten more traction in the media than ever before.
Freshman Fremont Forsberg is just one of many students who enjoy Pokemon Go.

REVIEW: Users gotta catch ’em all

Ellie Findell, RubicOnline Editor September 9, 2016
Pokemon Go provides its users an interactive game that also promotes a healthy lifestyle by urging them to go outdoors.
The RubicOnline Editor in Chief Diane Huang went without Facebook for a week.

I swore off Facebook for a week, here’s how it went

Diane Huang, Online Editor-in-Chief June 4, 2015
The RubicOnline Editor in Chief Diane Huang went without Facebook for a week and recorded her results.
Senior Connor Allen plays Candy Crush Saga on his phone. “It is really fun and addicting,

Candy Crush Saga addiction grows among students

Catherine Braman, Sports Editor November 1, 2013

There might not be Snickers, Laffy Taffy, or Tootsie Pops in the game Candy Crush Saga, but that does not matter to the estimated 100 million users. This app, first released in April 2012, is the most...

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