In response to complaints from universities, Google has decided not to accept advertisements from companies that sell essays or dissertations. "Google's forthcoming ban on adverts for ‘academic paper-writing services and the sale of pre-written essays, theses, and dissertations’ means that essay websites join a blacklist of ‘unacceptable content’ including adverts for weapons, prostitution, drugs, tobacco, fake documents and ‘miracle cures’."
More and more people are declaring "email bankruptcy." The volume of email traffic has nearly doubled in the last two years, resulting in an unmanageable number of inbox messages for many email users. Increasingly, overwhelmed folks are swearing off of email or deleting their inboxes and starting over.
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