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When you open a dialog box do you see a page like symbol with a plus in it. Above it says Photos, Files. Tap or click in there and follow the prompts.
Welcome from colorful Colorado

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When you open a dialog box do you see a page like symbol with a plus in it. Above it says Photos, Files. Tap or click in there and follow the prompts.
Welcome from colorful Colorado

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Got I am able to use my phone now so pictures will be posted soon as I can after I go hunting in Alabama thanks
 

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Welcome from South Florida MCKINNEYCLAN! Me thinks you'd reach VERY few members via farcebook (or any other "social media) as MANY here don't use those platforms! Lookin' forward to seein' some pics of your shooters!
 

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I haven't been on FB in years. This week I canceled an order from "A" then reordered same items from Midway, got them cheaper and they arrived 12 days earlier than "A's" estimate.
 

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This rates right up there on the creepy scale.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/f...king-app-11610568915

FTC Reaches Settlement With Flo Health Over Fertility-Tracking App
Flo Health accused of improperly sharing data with Facebook, including whether users were ovulating.

By John D. McKinnon

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Trade Commission reached a settlement with Flo Health Inc., the developer of a widely used period and fertility-tracking app, over allegations that it improperly shared personal data with Facebook and others, including whether users were ovulating. The data shared by Flo Health often allowed online ads to be targeted to those users, despite Flo Health's promises that the information would be kept private, The Wall Street Journal found in a 2019 article.
The FTC's vote on the proposed settlement was 5-0, the agency said Wednesday. The proposed settlement with the FTC, if it becomes final following public comment, would require Flo Health to obtain an independent review of its privacy practices and get users' consent before sharing their health information, the agency said. The company also must notify consumers of the FTC charges that it shared consumers' personal information without their consent, commissioners said.
In a statement, a Flo spokesperson said the company cooperated with the FTC, adding, "We are committed to ensuring that the privacy of our users' personal health data is absolutely paramount." The company emphasized that it didn't share users' names, addresses or birthdays, and that its agreement with the FTC wasn't an admission of wrongdoing but allowed it to "avoid the time and expense of litigation and...decisively put this matter behind us."
The FTC alleged in its complaint that Flo promised to keep users' data private, when it actually disclosed data to third parties that provided marketing and analytics services to the app, including Facebook's analytics division as well as Alphabet Inc.'s Google analytics division and others.
Facebook and Google didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.
Flo didn't stop disclosing this data until its practices were revealed in the 2019 Wall Street Journal article, according to the agency. The Journal's testing showed that Facebook software collected data from many apps even if no Facebook account was used to log in, and even if the end user wasn't a Facebook member. The article prompted "hundreds" of complaints from users, the FTC said. The FTC suggested that more such cases could be coming.
"Apps that collect, use and share sensitive health information can provide valuable services, but consumers need to be able to trust these apps," said Andrew Smith, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection. "We are looking closely at whether developers of health apps are keeping their promises and handling sensitive health information responsibly."

Facebook is your friend.... Sure thing buddy.
 

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Here is something to remember:
Facebook, new vehicles, and credit cards have sunk more people than a battleship. If you think this is false you have not been paying attention. Think about it.
 
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