Google uses Gmail to track a history of things you buy — and it’s hard to delete
Google tracks a lot of what you buy, even if you purchased it elsewhere, like in a store or from Amazon.
Last week, CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a New York Times op-ed that said “privacy cannot be a luxury good.” But behind the scenes, Google is still collecting a lot of personal information from the services you use, such as Gmail, and some of it (...)
Did Apple kill the side-by-side apps on #iPad?
Google Uses Gmail To Track a History of Things You Buy -- and It's Hard To Delete
The main thing is, your problems are hardly unique, and with a sufficient amount of searching you can likely find the answer. However, this does not alleviate you of your responsibility to others as part of being a human being.
So help me, if I catch any of you posting to a forum that "I solved my issue" without explaining what the solution was... there will be Hell to pay...
Things I've been saying recently:
"If someone comes with a new programming language that is completely secure, can't crash, can't fail, has better or same performance C, but I have to implement my own linked list (or any growable list), I'd quit programming and start my potato plantation.
'Cause we learnt FUCKING NOTHING."
It's awesome how #Twitter images are constantly failing to load recently.
If only they have, dunno, the images all on different servers...
Then they could also distribute tweets along those servers, so someone reading their timeline wouldn't pressure a single server...
Once again, #Java functional interfaces letting me down.
Toy #Rust app: fought the type system, won, app run without any issues.
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