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Future Tense Newsletter: The Week You Couldn’t Dislike

Future Tense Newsletter: The Week You Couldn’t Dislike

Future Tense
The Citizen's Guide to the Future
Sept. 17 2015 4:58 PM

Future Tense Newsletter: The Week You Couldn’t Dislike

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Howdy, and welcome to the inaugural installment of Future Tense’s newsletter relaunch!

If writing for Future Tense has taught me one thing, it’s that a truly future-proofed life is impossible. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared. This week, Jason Lloyd made a case for freezing your credit before your card gets stolen or your account gets hacked. If you really want to keep cybersecurity threats at bay, though, you should hire some hackers of your own—especially if you’re the U.S. government.

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Here are some of the other issues and stories that had us buzzing like drones in California in the past week:

Slatepitchily yours,

Jacob Brogan
For Future Tense

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