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Intersection: The Magic Kingdom Turns 50

This week Walt Disney World kicks off more than a year of celebration to mark the 50th anniversary of the Magic Kingdom. Walt Disney didn’t live to see his dream for a Florida theme park become a reality but his vision has transformed the region's economy, landscape and culture. 
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Disney Reopens As Coronavirus Cases Surge

Walt Disney World is open again- four months after the theme parks closed because of coronavirus. The Magic Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom opened to the public on a weekend that saw Florida setting a grim record: more than 15,000 COVID-19 cases reported in a single day. 
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Disney World Reopening After Four Month Hiatus

Nearly four months ago, Disney World closed its doors as the coronavirus pandemic gripped the country. This weekend, two of the theme parks reopen. Seth Kubersky, Orlando Weekly columnist and co-author of the Unofficial Guides, tells 90.7's Matthew Peddie that visiting the Magic Kingdom today is a very different experience, with reduced crowds and social distancing measures in place.
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Internet Of Things And Cybersecurity; FusionFest Celebrates Diversity; Hagrid & Galaxy’s Edge: Theme Park Update

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/072319_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSWhat do social media companies do with all of the data they’ve got from you? How sophisticated does a phishing email have to be to work? What’s the downside to the internet of things– smart watches, smart fridges, smart toys?  These are some of the questions that keep Dr. Yan Solihin up at night. He’s the director of UCF’s cybersecurity and privacy cluster– a department in the college of engineering and computer science that’s growing along with the growth in awareness of the need for better cybersecurity.  Today on Intersection– ...
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