All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘ID’

Facebook Messenger Will Now Give Context to That Random Person Messaging You

Facebook has long allowed people to message you even if you’re not friends with them. Oftentimes, those messages wind up in that “Other” inbox inside Messenger. You don’t know what I’m talking about? That’s ok, plenty of Facebook users probably have no idea that they have a whole other inbox full of messages from random stranger, spammers, and more. Anyway, …

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Hawaii Woman’s Name Too Long for License

The Hawaii Department of Transportation is changing a policy after Janice “Lokelani” Keihanaikukauakahihuliheekahaunaele’s name was too long to fit on her state identification card and driver’s license. Presently, there’s a 35 character limit on state-issued identification cards, and the 36th letter of Keihanaikukauakahihuliheekahaunaele’s name is cut off, along with her first and middle names. By the end of the year, …

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Yahoo Moves Forward With Account Transfer Plans, Lets Users Make ID Wishlists

Last month, Yahoo announced its plans to deactivate inactive accounts, and give some more desirable Yahoo IDs and email addresses to loyal users who want them. The thinking is that users will be able to get things like albert@yahoo.com rather than albert48592@yahoo.com. Yahoo has been around so long, and so many people who signed up for it years ago have …

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