Skip to comments.You Give Apps Sensitive Personal Information. Then They Tell Facebook
Posted on 02/23/2019 7:18:16 AM PST by PapaBear3625
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It'll be a relative of HAL's.
IBM equals HAL.
Offset backward by one letter
Very well said and spot on. Same here, I hate government intrusion into ANYTHING but this has gone gotten completely out of bounds and the referees need to throw in the flag, and the game needs to be called. They need to be forced to forfeit and rightfully so.
It was designed too.
When we were shopping for a replacement for DH’s old LG flip phone a couple months ago, we were told that these will not work after Dec. 2019. It has to do with completely ditching whatever “G” they run on — 3G? 4G?
He went to a phone that flips - LG Exalt - but the guts are completely different, and annoying. It’s more like a smart phone, but flips open. No apps, though. He hates it. I hate it.
“...it appears that burners can be legally traced. Its just a lot more difficult.”
Watch an evening of Investigation Discovery and you learn that if the cops want to find the owner of a burner phone, they do it.
Uh oh, s/he told the truth.
Facebook don’t be likin’ dat.
So they unfriended her/him.
My pay.as.you.go carrier has flat phones for sale pretty reasonably, but being a bit of a curmudgeon I'm loathe to switch .. lol !
Facebook should have to pay billions for this.
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