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Privacy, Google, and Web Browsers
03-11-2015, 19:11
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RE: Privacy, Google, and Web Browsers
Thanks for the tips David (if that is in fact your real name).

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03-11-2015, 23:15
Post: #12
RE: Privacy, Google, and Web Browsers
rotflmao!! (if I'm actually a human able to roll on the floor!!)

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03-12-2015, 11:44
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RE: Privacy, Google, and Web Browsers
Too funny Jeff, you got me! Smile As everyone knows, I'm afraid there's no hope for my anonymity within the Wanderlodge Community! Smile

BTW, I deleted my Google Account and disabled all the Google Services on my Android. I also downloaded the newest 'Lollipop' version of Android, version 5.0.1. My phone has never behaved better and even has better battery life time since it's not spontaneously communicating to Google so much anymore. Next step is to root it so I can have better control over the privileges I grant my Apps.

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