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My Mom said this when she'd had enough. She was an Elementary school teacher, listening to parents and kids all day. I feel this way too sometimes and at the end of the day you just want to turn off your brain and keep the external stimuli out. Just doesn't happen that way though.. 🤐😏🙄 #turnitoff #tuneitout #downtime

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artmeditations. In an effort towards healthier life boundaries I’m trying to limit tec

In an effort towards healthier life boundaries I’m trying to limit technology. I was recently at a retreat and our leader @taramowens, encouraged us to consider practicing a technology Sabbath... turning off our technology one hour a day, one day a week, and one week year. I’m giving it a try. Any other ideas that have worked for you? #ecclesiastes31 #technologysabbath #turnitoff #artmeditations #artjournal

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boo_bella_bobbie. We don't like other cats crying #turnitoff

We don't like other cats crying #turnitoff

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tvd_theoriginals_legacies_love. <3💥 
Q:Salvatores or Mikaelsons?
A:I LOVE both of them 😍 😍 😍 They

<3💥 Q:Salvatores or Mikaelsons? A:I LOVE both of them 😍 😍 😍 They are amazing, the best siblings goal ever 😊😻What do u think? Tags : #damonsalvatore #damonsalvatoreedit #stefansalvatoreedit #marcelgerardedit #turnitoff #hayleymarshall #editorial #edits #hopeandklaus #davinaclaireedit #klausmikaelsonedit #legacies #quotes #netflix #elijahmikaelson

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malindaroot. Just when you think you can shut it off.....
#turnitoff #realtor #real

Just when you think you can shut it off..... #turnitoff #realtor #realtorlife #remember #allthethings #whoneedssleep

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Mirror mirror on the wall who’s the.. you know what? Fuck your opinion. You’re a mirror, take a seat💁🏻‍♂️🍸 💋 . . . #balenciaga #fendi #streetstyle #streetfashion #mensfashion #menstyle #outfit #outfitinspo #selfie #mirrorselfie #style #gayboy

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precogsecurity. Bluetooth is bad, hackers love it, turn it off now 🚨!!! Mashable: “

Bluetooth is bad, hackers love it, turn it off now 🚨!!! Mashable: “ Bluetooth has long been a dirty word for security professionals. So much so, in fact, that one of the most common pieces of advice given to attendees of the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas is to make sure Bluetooth is disabled on their phones. This is not just paranoia. In fact, at this year's DEF CON researchers showed off the ability to use Bluetooth to identify vulnerable digital speakers. Once identified, hackers could take control of the devices and force them to play "dangerous" sounds that could lead to hearing loss in anyone unfortunate enough to be nearby. That's not all. Just a few weeks ago researchers demonstrated how AirDrop can be used by malicious actors to determine your full phone number (which reveals a lot about you) due to the way Bluetooth Low Energy works. “ And many many more ways to exploit your smart phone device 🔬 🛡. Turn it off 😊 #Bluetooth #cybersecurity #securityfirst

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playpay.it. #TECH
#Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it
#Seriously #Turni

#TECH #Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it #Seriously #Turnitoff Everyone uses Bluetooth. Perhaps they shouldn't. The technology that we've come to rely on to connect our phones, smart speakers, cars, vibrators, and toasters is problematic for reasons more serious than pairing issues. Bluetooth has been shown time and time again to be a security and privacy nightmare — albeit one that can be mostly solved with a simple toggling of an off switch. You just have to decide to flip that switch. Bluetooth has long been a dirty word for security professionals. So much so, in fact, that one of the most common pieces of advice given to attendees of the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas is to make sure Bluetooth is disabled on their phones. This is not just paranoia. In fact, at this year's DEF CON researchers showed off the ability to use Bluetooth to identify vulnerable digital speakers. Once identified, hackers could take control of the devices and force them to play "dangerous" sounds that could lead to hearing loss in anyone unfortunate enough to be nearby. Other Bluetooth-related concerns, while more prosaic, are still problematic. Earlier this week researchers announced a flaw that could allow hackers to both intercept and alter data sent over Bluetooth. "[An] attacker is able to the listen in on, or change the content of, nearby Bluetooth communication, even between devices that have previously been successfully paired," explain the researchers. SEE ALSO: Hackers can ransomware your fancy digital camera That's not all. Just a few weeks ago researchers demonstrated how AirDrop can be used by malicious actors to determine your full phone number (which reveals a lot about you) due to the way Bluetooth Low Energy works. It gets worse. As the New York Times and others have reported, many stores now use Bluetooth beacons to track the location of individual shoppers down to the inch. That information is often sold or given to advertisers, who then use it to build data profiles on unwitting people just trying to buy a carton of milk. Essentially, keeping Bluetooth enabled on your phone at all times opens you up to potential hacks, abuse

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1l.bil. #TECH
#Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it
#Seriously #Turni

#TECH #Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it #Seriously #Turnitoff Everyone uses Bluetooth. Perhaps they shouldn't. The technology that we've come to rely on to connect our phones, smart speakers, cars, vibrators, and toasters is problematic for reasons more serious than pairing issues. Bluetooth has been shown time and time again to be a security and privacy nightmare — albeit one that can be mostly solved with a simple toggling of an off switch. You just have to decide to flip that switch. Bluetooth has long been a dirty word for security professionals. So much so, in fact, that one of the most common pieces of advice given to attendees of the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas is to make sure Bluetooth is disabled on their phones. This is not just paranoia. In fact, at this year's DEF CON researchers showed off the ability to use Bluetooth to identify vulnerable digital speakers. Once identified, hackers could take control of the devices and force them to play "dangerous" sounds that could lead to hearing loss in anyone unfortunate enough to be nearby. Other Bluetooth-related concerns, while more prosaic, are still problematic. Earlier this week researchers announced a flaw that could allow hackers to both intercept and alter data sent over Bluetooth. "[An] attacker is able to the listen in on, or change the content of, nearby Bluetooth communication, even between devices that have previously been successfully paired," explain the researchers. SEE ALSO: Hackers can ransomware your fancy digital camera That's not all. Just a few weeks ago researchers demonstrated how AirDrop can be used by malicious actors to determine your full phone number (which reveals a lot about you) due to the way Bluetooth Low Energy works. It gets worse. As the New York Times and others have reported, many stores now use Bluetooth beacons to track the location of individual shoppers down to the inch. That information is often sold or given to advertisers, who then use it to build data profiles on unwitting people just trying to buy a carton of milk. Essentially, keeping Bluetooth enabled on your phone at all times opens you up to potential hacks, abuse

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lo.tix. #TECH
#Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it
#Seriously #Turni

#TECH #Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it #Seriously #Turnitoff Everyone uses Bluetooth. Perhaps they shouldn't. The technology that we've come to rely on to connect our phones, smart speakers, cars, vibrators, and toasters is problematic for reasons more serious than pairing issues. Bluetooth has been shown time and time again to be a security and privacy nightmare — albeit one that can be mostly solved with a simple toggling of an off switch. You just have to decide to flip that switch. Bluetooth has long been a dirty word for security professionals. So much so, in fact, that one of the most common pieces of advice given to attendees of the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas is to make sure Bluetooth is disabled on their phones. This is not just paranoia. In fact, at this year's DEF CON researchers showed off the ability to use Bluetooth to identify vulnerable digital speakers. Once identified, hackers could take control of the devices and force them to play "dangerous" sounds that could lead to hearing loss in anyone unfortunate enough to be nearby. Other Bluetooth-related concerns, while more prosaic, are still problematic. Earlier this week researchers announced a flaw that could allow hackers to both intercept and alter data sent over Bluetooth. "[An] attacker is able to the listen in on, or change the content of, nearby Bluetooth communication, even between devices that have previously been successfully paired," explain the researchers. SEE ALSO: Hackers can ransomware your fancy digital camera That's not all. Just a few weeks ago researchers demonstrated how AirDrop can be used by malicious actors to determine your full phone number (which reveals a lot about you) due to the way Bluetooth Low Energy works. It gets worse. As the New York Times and others have reported, many stores now use Bluetooth beacons to track the location of individual shoppers down to the inch. That information is often sold or given to advertisers, who then use it to build data profiles on unwitting people just trying to buy a carton of milk. Essentially, keeping Bluetooth enabled on your phone at all times opens you up to potential hacks, abuse

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sportscloud_. #TECH
#Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it
#Seriously #Turni

#TECH #Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it #Seriously #Turnitoff Everyone uses Bluetooth. Perhaps they shouldn't. The technology that we've come to rely on to connect our phones, smart speakers, cars, vibrators, and toasters is problematic for reasons more serious than pairing issues. Bluetooth has been shown time and time again to be a security and privacy nightmare — albeit one that can be mostly solved with a simple toggling of an off switch. You just have to decide to flip that switch. Bluetooth has long been a dirty word for security professionals. So much so, in fact, that one of the most common pieces of advice given to attendees of the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas is to make sure Bluetooth is disabled on their phones. This is not just paranoia. In fact, at this year's DEF CON researchers showed off the ability to use Bluetooth to identify vulnerable digital speakers. Once identified, hackers could take control of the devices and force them to play "dangerous" sounds that could lead to hearing loss in anyone unfortunate enough to be nearby. Other Bluetooth-related concerns, while more prosaic, are still problematic. Earlier this week researchers announced a flaw that could allow hackers to both intercept and alter data sent over Bluetooth. "[An] attacker is able to the listen in on, or change the content of, nearby Bluetooth communication, even between devices that have previously been successfully paired," explain the researchers. SEE ALSO: Hackers can ransomware your fancy digital camera That's not all. Just a few weeks ago researchers demonstrated how AirDrop can be used by malicious actors to determine your full phone number (which reveals a lot about you) due to the way Bluetooth Low Energy works. It gets worse. As the New York Times and others have reported, many stores now use Bluetooth beacons to track the location of individual shoppers down to the inch. That information is often sold or given to advertisers, who then use it to build data profiles on unwitting people just trying to buy a carton of milk. Essentially, keeping Bluetooth enabled on your phone at all times opens you up to potential hacks, abuse

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ntriq. #TECH
#Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it
#Seriously #Turni

#TECH #Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it #Seriously #Turnitoff Everyone uses Bluetooth. Perhaps they shouldn't. The technology that we've come to rely on to connect our phones, smart speakers, cars, vibrators, and toasters is problematic for reasons more serious than pairing issues. Bluetooth has been shown time and time again to be a security and privacy nightmare — albeit one that can be mostly solved with a simple toggling of an off switch. You just have to decide to flip that switch. Bluetooth has long been a dirty word for security professionals. So much so, in fact, that one of the most common pieces of advice given to attendees of the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas is to make sure Bluetooth is disabled on their phones. This is not just paranoia. In fact, at this year's DEF CON researchers showed off the ability to use Bluetooth to identify vulnerable digital speakers. Once identified, hackers could take control of the devices and force them to play "dangerous" sounds that could lead to hearing loss in anyone unfortunate enough to be nearby. Other Bluetooth-related concerns, while more prosaic, are still problematic. Earlier this week researchers announced a flaw that could allow hackers to both intercept and alter data sent over Bluetooth. "[An] attacker is able to the listen in on, or change the content of, nearby Bluetooth communication, even between devices that have previously been successfully paired," explain the researchers. SEE ALSO: Hackers can ransomware your fancy digital camera That's not all. Just a few weeks ago researchers demonstrated how AirDrop can be used by malicious actors to determine your full phone number (which reveals a lot about you) due to the way Bluetooth Low Energy works. It gets worse. As the New York Times and others have reported, many stores now use Bluetooth beacons to track the location of individual shoppers down to the inch. That information is often sold or given to advertisers, who then use it to build data profiles on unwitting people just trying to buy a carton of milk. Essentially, keeping Bluetooth enabled on your phone at all times opens you up to potential hacks, abuse

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acugreen. All it takes is one simple habit every day on your part to help #ACU c

All it takes is one simple habit every day on your part to help #ACU conserve #energy #BeAGreenWildcat #ACUOps #turnitoff #energyefficiency @Cenergistic #conservation #shutitdown #acuwildcats

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outofthewoodsrustic. A couple of relaxing days at Fish Creek, only stress, the old folks st

A couple of relaxing days at Fish Creek, only stress, the old folks struggle with devices. I left mine off. #lifeintheadirondacks #fishcreekpond #turnitoff

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yelyah.so. Sorry for all the Turn It Off content recently BUT THIS SONG IS JUST T

Sorry for all the Turn It Off content recently BUT THIS SONG IS JUST TOO GOOD Parahoy - March 2014 🎶: Turn It Off 🎥: bobbytaft

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mrshollycooper. August recess in Texas ain’t for sissies.  #august #turnitoff #helpme

August recess in Texas ain’t for sissies. #august #turnitoff #helpme #teacher #texas #recess

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queenmuhammad. Rise and Shine
BREAKING NEWS👀
THAT PART!!!
#programming #distractions

Rise and Shine BREAKING NEWS👀 THAT PART!!! #programming #distractions #television #turnitoff #scaretactics #moodchanger

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