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President Mauricio Macri ‘sure’ Lionel Messi will return to Argentina

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ESPN FC’s Barcelona correspondent Gemma Soler breaks down what’s next for the Messi family after being convicted of tax fraud.

Argentina President Mauricio Macri is positive Lionel Messi will return to play for the national team.

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7 Common Social Media Mistakes and How to Fix Them

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Much of fine-tuning your social media strategy comes down to getting just a few key things right.
Keeping up with all your social media channels sometimes feels like this.

As you may very well know, social media isn’t always easy to handle when it comes to marketing your business. You’ve read article after article on how to succeed and maintain relevancy in the social media world, but it can be hard to keep up with the ever-changing platforms. What follows are seven social media tricks everyone struggles with from time to time and how you can do them right to improve your strategy and rock your social media efforts.

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How ‘Game Of Thrones’ Became One Of The Most Feminist Shows On TV

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Game of Thrones isn’t always the easiest show to watch, particularly if you’re female. [Trigger warning for sexual violence.] Between gratuitous rape scenes, constant reminders of patriarchal norms, and the excessive boob-age for which HBO has become somewhat infamous, the show has alienated many female viewers in the past. Violence and oppression against female characters is rarely treated with the appropriate depth and complexity on television — a problem that is often worsened by the prevalence of all-male writing staffs. And as someone who makes a point of protesting misogyny in media, I was as offended as anyone by the rape of Sansa last year, and I almost stopped watching the show in protest. However, one of the most compelling undercurrents of the show — the one which kept me glued to the screen despite my skepticism — is how it’s develops a kind of “against the grain” feminism with its female characters. This came to a head in Season 6, arguably Game of Thrones‘ most feminist season yet. It unequivocally won me back as a feminist viewer.

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Google vs Quantum Hacking: New Crypto Secures Chrome From Quantum Attacks

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To stay ahead of the curve — and prepare against quantum hacking — Google is testing on Chrome what it calls “post-quantum cryptography” or a system of cryptographic primitives that are safeguarded against quantum computers.

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Crazy: clause in Firefox search deal allows Mozilla to walk away and still be paid when Yahoo changes owners

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Crazy: clause in Firefox search deal allows Mozilla to walk away and still be paid when Yahoo changes owners

In what could be a major dent in its efforts to find a buyer, it has been revealed that the deal Yahoo, Inc. signed with Mozilla to become the default search engine in Firefox included what can only be described as a crazy clause that would allow Mozilla to withdraw from the deal should Yahoo change hands while still being paid until 2019.

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2016 Grammy Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees

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Los Angeles Times Staff

The 58th Grammy Awards — presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences — have wrapped up in Los Angeles.

This year’s top winners include megastar Taylor Swift, Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar, producer-performer Mark Ronson and Canadian crooner the Weeknd, while Meghan Trainor took home the Grammy for best new artist.

Grammys 2016: Full coverage | Live updates | Red carpet | Show highlights |Top winners and nominees 

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