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How to stop your devices from listening to (and saving) everything you say

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With iOS 8, Apple introduced the "Hey Siri" wake phrase, so you can summon Siri without even touching your iPhone. Here's the easiest way to turn off "Hey Siri": Navigate to your iOS device's Settings Siri & Search, then toggle off "Allow Siri When Locked." Google recently released its latest masterpiece, "OK Google," the wake prompt for Google Assistant on Google Home speakers, Android smartphones and the Chrome browser. Here's how to turn off the "OK Google" wake phrase: On Android, go to Settings Google Search & Now Voice and turn "Ok Google" detection off.


Restaurant making BIG change

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After 40 years in show business, Chuck E. Cheese's famed animatronic band is being shooed off stage.: @naiahandelli A post shared by Chuck E. Cheese (@chuckecheeses) on May 13, 2017 at 11:18am PDT PAPA JOHN'S DEBUTS GLUTEN-FREE PIZZA, WARNS GLUTEN-INTOLERANT CUSTOMERS TO AVOID IT "It's the biggest thing we've done for the look and feel of Chuck E. Cheese for two decades," said CEC Entertainment chief executive Tom Leverton in a statement to CBS. "This man introduced me to music," wrote Father John Misty in reference to the Chuck E. Cheese mascot himself. A post shared by Chuck E. Cheese (@chuckecheeses) on Oct 3, 2016 at 12:51pm PDT "We are trying to make sure while we are focused on being a kid business, mom and dad will have a great experience," Leverton said.


Big SHOCK at Disney

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Janielle and Elijah Gilmour, ages 12 and 10, got the surprise of a lifetime in April, when foster parents Courtney and Tom Gilmour announced news of their official adoption date during a visit to Walt Disney World. "We planned it as soon as we got the [official] date, which was the Friday before our trip," Courtney tells Fox News. Courtney and Tom Gilmour had been foster parents to Janielle and Elijah for three years. "We are all happy Gilmours," Courtney tells Fox News.


'Stranger' gets WAY scarier

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It's going to be an extra spooky Halloween this year now that Netflix has confirmed the release date for its highly anticipated original series "Stranger Things" Season 2. While the release date, which is very close to Halloween, is likely welcomed news to fans of the popular science fiction Netflix series, it's light on details for those that were hoping to get an idea of what the townspeople would be up against this time around. However, that doesn't mean there's no clues out there for what to expect when the show returns. The release date also came with a brief teaser video from the show's Facebook page that shows the boys in live-action racing toward the disturbance.


Gov't requests for Facebook data up 27 percent

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Governments worldwide requested Facebook users' data nearly 60,000 times in the first half of 2016, a 27 percent increase over requests made in the second half of 2015, according to a Facebook bi-annual report published this week. In addition to government requests for user data, the report details which content Facebook restricts for violating local laws. Companies are prohibited from disclosing detailed figures for FISA requests, and they must delay reporting the aggregate figures for at least six months. Facebook reported an 84 percent decrease in worldwide requests to remove content that violated local laws, although the social network attributes most of the requests from the previous period to restrictions of a single image from the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.