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Dylan Curran
Want to freak yourself out? I'm gonna show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it
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PragmaticProgressive🦅 Mar 27
Replying to @Frenchy_Rhei
It’s a safe bet
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BenMarial 🇵🇹 Mar 27
Simple stop 🛑 using Android phones 📱
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Kei 🖊 Mar 27
Replying to @iamdylancurran
I can never run for president
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Pete Brown @ Microsoft Mar 27
Replying to @iamdylancurran
Small correction: that's the tab to enable/disable which apps can control radios like Bluetooth radio. It has nothing to do with radio stations. :)
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Pete Brown @ Microsoft Mar 27
Replying to @iamdylancurran
Assuming you're still talking about Windows 10, that is. Not sure, because the others don't necessarily apply, at least not in the way you're describing.
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JMF Mar 27
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Thread Reader App Mar 27
Replying to @avinaash98
Hello, please find the unroll here: You can share this if you think it's interesting. Bye bye. 🤖
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Hülya Ünlü Mar 27
What about twitter?
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Ufff Mar 27
Replying to @iamdylancurran
Here' a kicker: What if I want to have my data tracked? What if I want to be able to access my entire browsing history from any device? What if I want to store logins across devices? :)
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Stephen Kinsella Mar 27
Can't be much better but I personally try to keep personal stuff off this particular digital toilet wall.
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Hülya Ünlü Mar 27
You are right. They are every where. And not in our control, never will be.
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Catriix Mar 27
Il y avait des doutes... mais là c’est pire que le pire scénario
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Martient Mar 27
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Nicola Paris Mar 27
Bahahaha
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Josh Mar 27
facebook didnt "flog" any data, cambridge analytica accessed some people's public information with a publicly available API
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Daisy McDonald Mar 27
Replying to @iamdylancurran
5 tweets into this thread and seriously considering chucking phone/laptop/tablet into a bucket of solvent and using these instead.
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Alastair Stewart Mar 27
To celebrate the imminent arrival of the great to let them ban sentences starting ‘So.. ‘ & it’s irritating stand-in ‘Now, look...’.
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nathan morgan Mar 27
youre telling me you didnt read the terms and conditions when you clicked that checkbox?
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