If you use any of Apple’s services the company wants you to know they take your privacy very seriously.
As you probably know by now, Facebook is a favorite hangout for scammers, tricksters and hoaxers.
And as luck would have it, there’s another very irritating recurring hoax making the rounds yet again.
Hello, and welcome…
Rick’s Daily Tech Tips Update for Thursday, April 28, 2022
Topics covered in this issue…
• Q&A: How do I disable GPS tracking on my iPhone?
• How to disable the ‘Autocorrect’ feature in Windows 11
• An easy way to fool burglars into thinking you’re at home
• Video biography of Jana Jae, “The girl with the magic blue fiddle”
Did you know that many burglars actually knock on the victim’s door or ring their doorbell before breaking into a home?
Well, it’s true, and there’s a reason why: If no one answers the door, there’s a good chance that nobody’s home.
Facebook consists of a vast community of “friends” who are interconnected to one another in a multitude of ways.
The whole thing can be both overwhelming and amazing.
Throughout a typical Facebook session we can see people we don’t even know pop up out of the digital woodwork to comment on and “Like” things that we or our friends have posted.