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Actress Sunny Leone tags herself as “Biggest Dork”, relives one of her Childhood Memories of jumping on Couch and Madly dancing to a Song

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Mumbai, Dec 6, 2016: Actress Sunny Leone, who has tagged herself as the “biggest dork”, relived one of her childhood memories of jumping on a couch and madly dancing to a song.

Sunny, who has films like “Raees”, “Baadshaho” and “Tera Intezaar” in her kitty, took to Twitter on Tuesday to share a video in which she can be seen madly dancing and jumping on her couch while on a holiday.

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“Used to jump on my couch when I was little singing this song! Why not do it once more! Yes I am the biggest dork! What I do on my day off,” Sunny captioned the video.

Sunny was recently declared the most searched personality in India by Yahoo! India, leaving behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Salman Khan. (IANS)

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Yahoo Extends Deadline For Users to Download Data From Yahoo Groups before it Shuts

The company had earlier announced it would be deleting all content posted on Yahoo Groups on December 14

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Once Yahoo deletes the data from Yahoo Groups, a significant chunk of Internet history will be gone. Pixabay

Yahoo has extended its deadline for another couple of weeks to give its users, who had posted content on Yahoo Groups, more time to download their data.

Yahoo Groups is one of the world’s biggest collections of online discussion boards.

“We have extended the deadline for Yahoo Groups and will now process ALL requests to download data that are submitted before 11:59 PM PT on Jan 31, 2020. As long as the request meets this deadline, the content will not be deleted until the download is complete,” the company posted on Twitter on Tuesday.

The company had earlier announced it would be deleting all content posted on Yahoo Groups on December 14.

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Yahoo has extended its deadline for another couple of weeks to give its users, who had posted content on Yahoo Groups, more time to download their data. Pixabay

Once Yahoo deletes the data, a significant chunk of Internet history will be gone.

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Some archivists say they have been joining groups using “semi-automated scripts” in an attempt to archive data before everything is deleted, but Verizon Media, which owns Yahoo, has apparently banned 128 archivists, saying that their actions violated its terms of service, severely hampering their archival efforts, according to The Verge. (IANS)