Killer Mike Would’ve Punched Bill Maher If He Used N-Word in Front of Him, But He’s Not Pissed (VIDEO)

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Bill Maher would have taken one to the body had he dropped the n-word while Killer Mike was the guest on his show. Mike told us Monday … he agrees Bill shouldn’t lose his job over his controversial joke on ‘Real Time.’ He’s a firm…

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Justin Bieber Donates Personal Hockey Stick to Manchester Pro Team (PHOTO)

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Justin Bieber got in one more charitable act after the One Love Manchester concert — this one involved the city’s pro hockey team, and JB really made it stick. Justin spent Monday morning skating with the Manchester Storm on an ice rink that…

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Google Store is offering a $75 credit when you finance more than $750 on a Pixel purchase

Paying over time can actually save you some money.

The Google Store is offering a $75 credit for people who finance more than $750 total when they buy a Pixel or Pixel XL with its zero-interest financing plan. The offer runs until June 18, and runs in tandem with the ongoing promotion that offers a free case with every Pixel XL order.

The terms are a bit convoluted, though. You have to spend $750 on one order, and as long as you make two payments on time you’ll receive a $75 credit towards the bill automatically. For the free case deal, that case also must be ordered at the same time as a Pixel XL.

Spending $750 on a Pixel XL is easy enough, but a standard Pixel order doesn’t quite hit the mark unless you go with 128GB storage and get $99 device protection — or perhaps pick up an extra cable or case at the same time. Device protection is never a bad idea though, and Google’s accessories, while pricey, are solid — so it’s not too terrible of a proposition. (Chances are that any sales tax you’re required to pay would go toward that $750 purchase threshold as well, but we’d check with Google Store support on that before making a purchase.)

Remember that since the $75 credit arrives after just a couple of billing cycles and comes in one payment, you could also theoretically just pay off your remaining balance after it has been applied. You don’t have to keep that financing account open for the full 24-month term. Just some food for thought.

Newer phones have come and taken the spotlight, but the Pixel line remains one of the best Android phones you can buy. Getting one and saving $75 isn’t horrible if you’re been looking.

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Supreme Court to decide what’s required to get location records from your carrier

The appeal of a 2011 case where 12,898 pieces of evidence were gathered without a warrant is being heard by the highest court in the land.

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case to decide if government officers need a warrant to access your cell phone’s location history. The ACLU is co-counsel in the Carpenter v United States case, which is the first of its kind to be heard by the court as previous petitions were denied.

ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project staff attorney Nathan Fred Wessler had the following to say:

Because cell phone location records can reveal countless private details of our lives, police should only be able to access them by getting a warrant based on probable cause. The time has come for the Supreme Court to make clear that the longstanding protections of the Fourth Amendment apply with undiminished force to these kinds of sensitive digital records.

The case is an appeal of a 2011 case where law enforcement obtained months worth of location data from Timothy Carpenter’s cell carrier in a robbery investigation. The records cover 127 days and 12,898 separate data points and were released without a probable-cause warrant.

We’re hopeful that rules about how and when that data can be obtained will arise from this case.

The ACLU claims that “Police seek these kinds of cell phone location records from phone companies tens of thousands of times each year” without a warrant, but instead simply a request to the carrier. But many jurisdictions do not require a warrant to obtain such information, based on a 2015 U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court ruling.

We understand that information like location data can be a valuable tool for law enforcement and help keep us all safe. But we’re hopeful that rules about how and when that data can be obtained will arise from this case.

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