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by Christophe » 01/12/20, 13:43

Everything is in the title, here is the information that social networks or other big websites can know about you.

Unsurprisingly, it's FB that comes first ...

I say can because it is not systematic and conversely it can be worse:

- facebook can know your credit card or paypal account if you advertise there ...
- by analyzing your messages he can guess if you are allergic and other health information ...
- via image analysis it can estimate your weight, height and BMI ...

Next of Kin is the closest relative I knew of that term.

In short, they know EVERYTHING

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On econology, it's just email ... : Cheesy:
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by Exnihiloest » 01/12/20, 15:13

They know the least about pornHub.
We now know where to go! : Lol:
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by Christophe » 01/12/20, 15:36

I thought the same ... but it doesn't add up: if there's one thing PornHub knows, it's your sexual orientation... but it is not pointed!
Otherwise good point for Whatsapp ... when we know that it belongs to FB ....

Now this table is very incomplete I think!

I had updated the INTER GAFA cookie crossover a few years ago, more than 3 years ago: electricity-electronics-informatics / Remarketing-retargeting-amazon-exchange-your-information-with-facebook-and-google-t15158.html

...so all you have to do is go to a site that sniffs your cookies so that it knows your latest research (= your passions, your health concerns, your questions, your purchasing power, your consumption habits ...). . WITHOUT you saying anything to this site!

Worse, I had shown in the subject that it was INTER browsers itself ... so that you are sniffed beyond the cookies of a browser ...


1984 was already there before covid ... covid is only the reason to tighten up surveillance!
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by Macro » 02/12/20, 06:54

And for a few weeks now ... Econolgie has become for me .... A fucking factory has advertised .... banners of popups for insulations, eco responsible cartridges the snap world ecompanu total direct energy ... Everywhere all over
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by Christophe » 02/12/20, 07:45

You're exaggerating Macro ... 2 discreet advertising tags for members and for the rest, it is quite bearable for non-member visitors ... so talking about fucking factory in pub no I don't agree!

But every time it's the same as soon as there is a change, the French have to complain ... it's stronger than them ...

For a few days now, the google thumbnail has also appeared from time to time for members of what I have noticed and that was not planned I will look to remove it ....

A thumbnail is not a popup it appears when changing pages from time to time.
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by Macro » 02/12/20, 10:18

Christophe ...

If I tell you about it, it's not for the pleasure of moaning ...

I would take screenshots for you when I try to navigate on econology at home .... It has become unlivable with a pop up in the center that blocks you from page changes for 5 to 10 seconds ...

From my phone ..... It's worse ... Sometimes I can no longer exit the browser (return key and inactive closing .... It's not just here that I can .... but for example on olio and electric vehicle none of that .... it's been happening to me for I would say ten days ....

By cons when I sail from my job .... Nothing not an ad ....

I therefore suppose that it is a tracking which is made on the address ip or whatever a complementary module of google ... What is more while trying to tinker in my parameters of connection I had to make a stupidity. ..I have to reconnect on each visit ... Once connected, it's better ... But without connecting I find myself with a banner that takes me the upper half of the screen with which I have to juggle to click on connection ... : Cheesy:
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by Christophe » 02/12/20, 10:28

Before any change, I do tests and trials on several browsers and systems (phone and tablet included) and I have not seen so many inconveniences ... if it is to scare the members away, no interest!

You're the first to talk about it, yes google changed its rule a few days ago: it imposed thumbnails (what you call popup) automatically as soon as there is 1 google ad on the site ...

I looked and changed 2, 3 things and therefore normally the thumbnail should no longer appear on the forum when you are logged in, I just made the changes ... but as it's google it's not certain! :?

So please keep me posted (others can help and give their opinion too)

The important thing is that everyone feels good here ... and you know that I am at your disposal in the event of complaints!
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by Macro » 02/12/20, 10:42

I edited my post to give you additional details ....

I'm doing research on my own .... Because especially from my phone .... It's the disaster ....
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by Macro » 02/12/20, 17:46

It's better ... I no longer have the blocking block ....
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by Obamot » 04/04/21, 16:15

Your “personal” information on FB is no longer “personal”

533 million Facebook users have seen their
personal data looted then put online !!!


A user of a forum low-level hacker has posted the phone numbers and personal data of hundreds of millions of Facebook users for free online. The data exposed includes the personal information of more than 533 million Facebook users in 106 countries, including more than 32 million records on users in the United States, 11 million on users in the United Kingdom and 6 million on of users in India. They include their phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, places of residence, dates of birth, biographies, and in some cases, email addresses.

https://www.businessinsider.fr/les-donn ... gne-187092


I hesitated to put it in "humor" : Shock:
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