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Your Monday afternoon lunch break link bait. 

Mark Zuckerberg doesn't want other people snooping on your private data. Besides himself, of course. 

Main Library to Cut Down on Unsavory Behavior: But they still let you check out The Hunger Games. Priorities, people. [H/t: SF Examiner

Petition Seeks Ban on 2nd Jobs for Supes: And a first job for Jon Gollinger, who after his 8 Washington win looks increasingly likely to run for the Board of Supres. [H/t: SFGate]

Some North Beach Residents Oppose Columbus Avenue Improvements: Some merchants are quoted complaining about what they call a secret city agenda against cars. Which is odd, because there's nothing secret about it. [H/t: Curbed SF]

MLB Rejected A's Move to San Jose Back in June: Sigh. But you know who has a great baseball team? Stockton. [H/t: SF Business Times]

Internet Giants Unite to Fight Government Surveillance: From the department of do as we say, not as we do. [H/t: SF Business Times]

SF Must Raise the Minimum Wage: Sure it sounds like a good idea, but what does The-Rent-Is-Too-Damn-High guy think about it? [H/t: Beyond Chron]

New Dating Site Uses Facial Recognition: Upload pictures of your exes, and the site claims it will spit out your new s.o. Oh boy, a chance to make all the same mistakes over again, except with technology. Thank the maker! [H/t: SF Weekly]


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