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An Expiration Date for Texts?

No one wants the photo they sent to a boyfriend, or an angry text bad-mouthing a friend, to find its way into the public domain. There's always a chance your personal communications will become public. Now there's a way to limit that risk.  Our tech columnist Anshuman Iddamsetty has details about a new Canadian app called Quimby.

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