One ring to bring them all
and in the darkness bind them.
Google has extended its Advanced Protection Program to include users signed into Chrome. The company had already bolstered protection across its preferred apps last week, and this week the Chocolate Factory extended the scheme to Chrome. Those who turn on slurp sync in Chrome and have signed up for the programme will start …
Yes they did the same with bluetooth in that they want you to turn on location service for it to work for you protect. Not sure how a short range device connection needs to know where both devices are when they are going to be close together due to bluetooth being short ranged helps protect you.
Presumably you can use more than one different sign-on or none, for, um, your needs.
...until someone notices that user BOJO_K_O uses a mock hesitation "um" in exactly the same way as... a leading writer of the day. Not to worry though, look at "Private Eye", it's on every page there as well, must be in the Style Guide.
No potentially-sensitive data to harvest there, then, tied back to a specific identity.
I've largely stopped using catch-up TV services because they all seem to insist on tying your viewing habits to an e-mail address, something that doesn't seem to bother them when the stuff goes out live. I'm certainly not going to log into a browser in order to use it (which means not using Chrome on Android either).
Google really needs to be broken up, Preferably into atoms.
I've largely stopped using catch-up TV services because they all seem to insist on tying your viewing habits to an e-mail address, something that doesn't seem to bother them when the stuff goes out live. I'm certainly not going to log into a browser in order to use it
an email address? oh no ! Yeah its its not like free TV on demand is a thing worth having is it.
better to pay the bbc 15 quid a month and let them dictate what you watch and what time.
You know all you tinfoil hat wearing privacy freaks may as well just throw your computers away now.
Privacy is dead - see Tom Scott's YouTube video on the subject.
If you want anything on the net these days you pay with data. Thats the deal.
If you're sitting there with your hatches battened , browser crippled with noscript etc, refusing to give your name, or even a made up one,
all you're going to be able to do is re read www.ntk.net and IRC chat.
brring on the downvotes!
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