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  1. Arrested for drinking after 12 with other adults, Yes. Dangerous. But if I run someone over and drag their body to pieces it's good to know I can get a free detailing if I take it straight to the police.
  2. true, phones without GPS can't be tracked by an app. But disabling GPS is false hope for a government app, as well as just turning off your phone. "Disabling location services only limits access to GPS and location data by apps. It does not prevent the operating system from using location data or communicating that data to the network." Perhaps most crucially, a device can still be tracked, and its location discovered, even if cellular is turned off the phone. And According to a report from Washington Post, NSA is capable of tracking cell phones even when they are turned off. And this
  3. According to a report from Washington Post, NSA is capable of tracking cell phones even when they are turned off. And this isn’t anything new. As per the report, NSA has been using this technique, dubbed “The Find”, ever since September 2004. This technique was used in Iraq, and it helped identify “thousands of new targets, including members of a burgeoning al-Qaeda-sponsored insurgency in Iraq,” according to a special operation officer who was interviewed by Post. if their is juice in the battery, you can be tracked by the gov. You used to think the government would have to bug us to spy
  4. It'll work from the wife, sure, but... According to a report from Washington Post, NSA is capable of tracking cell phones even when they are turned off. And this isn’t anything new. As per the report, NSA has been using this technique, dubbed “The Find”, ever since September 2004. This technique was used in Iraq, and it helped identify “thousands of new targets, including members of a burgeoning al-Qaeda-sponsored insurgency in Iraq,” according to a special operation officer who was interviewed by Post. If you have a phone and a battery with juice in it. The gov can track you. Sorry to
  5. You have to remove or completely drain the battery. The phone still has juice even if user access is "off". The GPS is still enabled.
  6. or all the $$ you can make from home off of it yearly with very little start up cash. I have a love hate relationship with it, especially what it's become over last2? years.
  7. more importantly, they are doing this about important information about covid and with politics. They give you answers THEY want you to see, not what you are looking for. I noticed this change a few years ago. I used to get all this great info on searches. Now its usually stock drivel.
  8. 2nd. Facebook doesn't steal ANY content from news networks. Let me preface the following as well. FB in the last year has shown it needs regulation as it's now editing and censuring and "fact checking" content ON it's site. I despise their views and what they are getting away with here. BUT, as for what people on here are saying? They allow sites to share their links online to go to their actual site. (Free Traffic). -FB actually HATES this and limits posts with links to almost zero notifications of other people. They want you to stay on THEIR site. They make no money if you
  9. Don't know what the government is crying about. They made a new law. Facebook said ok, we don't break laws. Facebook now abides by new such law by not letting Oz play on their platform. Like if the annoying kid in your neighborhood wanted to swim in your pool and said you owed his mom money while he ate all your mom's cookies and lemonade free all day.
  10. Honestly, I havne't traveled Thailand enough to have that opinion. But I would probably be closer to Jomtien than in Pattaya as I am now. Rates are less, and the condos are nicer. Not familiar with the villa/housing market though. Right now is a great time (for bad reasons of the pandemic) to take advantage or cheap rental rates and easy to schedule rental locations though.
  11. they changed the standard for what is a positive test. makes it easy to have less now if the standards are back to norms for virus testings of all other viruses. I'm sure this doctor will have to have his statement retracted in the near future though. This is the "HOPE" portion of news cycle. Soon DOOM will be repeated for whatever the government purposes needs enacted. I''d wage bet on a "new strain" that will require you get a new vaccination.
  12. stay in both for 3 months agian and then make your choice. ** although, it won't be a fair assessment as both are empty right now. Once people start visiting again it changes the whole nuance of each place. Like right now, I live in central Pattaya off the sea in a high rise and love it. Walking distance to anything I want daily. But add back all the traffic and the foul sewage smell and no way in the world would I live this location.
  13. turning your phone off doesn't stop gps. Neither does not having cell data plan.
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