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It's Now a Crime to Fly With a Note 7, So Please Return Them

Have we made it clear enough yet that you should return your Note 7? Well, now the FAA is getting on the bandwagon. Thanks to an emergency prohibition order, it’s now a crime to take a Note 7 on an airplane. Read more...
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