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# trumpcare
Democrats slow down Senate over 'secret' Trumpcare bill
Senate Republicans have insisted they will craft their own bill, but few details have emerged.
# secrets
This is how you know if your phone is protected by encryption
Most modern smartphones have it enabled by default, but it’s easy to check just in case.
# Egypt
Man facing jail for saying women cheat on their husbands
The comments created a stir in southern Egypt.
# hush hush
12 Dublin secrets everyone should know
*whispers* Pass it on.
# success secrets
The major differences between successful and unsuccessful people
Here’s six mantras to follow in order to make more of a success of your career.
Voices
Do you think the people revealed on Ashley Madison got what they deserve?
The debacle has given the ‘moral majority’ the perfect opportunity to express their disapproval, writes Tony Moore.
# Privacy
Imagine a world where dogs control access to ATM cash by smelling people's crotches
You’d never have to worry about forgetting your pin again.
# galway's on my mind
16 Galway secrets everyone should know
What a city.
# down to business
Ireland's Sex Shops: 'Everyone has a kink, they just might not know it yet'
We explore this rapidly changing area of retail in Ireland.
# content
This 105-year-old Dublin woman told us her secrets to a long and healthy life
“I had a very happy life all the time.”
# life lessons
17 Whisper confessions that every mess of a human being can relate to
HOW DO THEY KNOW ABOUT ME?
# pssst
17 secrets Irish people are sharing on Whisper app
Innermost thoughts? You got em.
# sir sir sir
10 Things Every Teacher Knows To Be True
Those who can, teach.
# secrets
Facebook considers working on anonymous features
The site is experimenting with ways to allow users to log in anonymously and are said to be considering developing its own anonymity app similar to Secret.
# Baby deaths
Prime Time investigation reveals details of fifth baby death at Portlaoise Hospital
Amy Delahunt and Ollie Kelly were told by the hospital that they would have to request the review into the death of their daughter under the Freedom of Information Act.
# secrets
Whistleblowers have been vital in undercovering secrets in Ireland, says Observer editor
John Mulholland, the Dublin-born editor of the Observer, said that the Edward Snowden story had opened people’s eyes to issues around journalistic security.
# Happiness
7 scientific secrets to a happy marriage
Celebrate good news, keep your standards high, and have more sex.
# dubline
New app spills the secrets and hidden stories of Dublin
Each story on the Dubline Storymap is told by a different local person.
Voices
Column: As an American, I’m still not entirely sure about Edward Snowden
Is Edward Snowden a heroic whistleblower or a far less noble character? I think we’re still waiting for that question to be answered, writes Larry Donnelly.
Voices
Column: How to protect your private data in a digital world
With Snowden, Prism and national security secrets in the news, it’s clear that technology has made privacy harder to ensure. Renaat Verbruggen gives a run down of how cryptography can protect your private information.
# Week in Web
Weird Wide Web: Secrets, delightful video games and an ungoogleable rift
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
Voices
Column: Secrecy has led to shameful practices in Ireland - whistle-blower law is needed now
If the economic downturn has taught us anything, it is the importance of exposing systemic wrong doing, writes Louise Bayliss.
# PostSecret
Interview: Every week, 500 people send their secrets to Frank Warren. Here's why.
From peeing in the shower to secretly not loving their wife, PostSecret has become a trove of secrets on the web. Founder Frank Warren, who is speaking in Dublin today, explains why he does it.