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There’s still a place for blogging—in fact, it might be needed more than ever

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Filed under: business, internet, media, New Zealand, publishing, technology, Wellington—Jack Yan @ 13.24

4 Responses to ‘There’s still a place for blogging—in fact, it might be needed more than ever’

  1. Kathy says:

    I need help, in layman’s terms, lol. How do I get by the Facebook malicious software cleaner. I have scanned my computer with the windows defender (windows 10), it shows nothing, rebooted my pc, changed password and still can’t access my account?

  2. Jack Yan says:

    Kathy, I suggest heading to my posts on this topic (e.g. this one). Some have been able to get round it by deleting cookies, though Facebook began blocking this method in April 2016. There is a semi-technical solution posted as comment no. 103 (by David, click here), and I suggest asking a computer-minded friend to see if they can help you out.

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