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How to delete messages in Facebook Messenger

How to Delete Messages in Facebook Messenger | Digital Trends

How to Delete Messages in Facebook Messenger | Digital Trendshttps://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/how-to-delete-messages-in-facebook-messenger/Have you ever wished you could get completely erase the conversations you’ve had in Facebook Messenger? Well, you can, and the process is actually quite simple. Here’s how, whether you’re looking to rid your conversation of specific messages or delete entire messages threads.

Facebook logs SMS texts and calls, users find as they delete accounts

Facebook logs SMS texts and calls, users find as they delete accounts | Technology | The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/mar/25/facebook-logs-texts-and-calls-users-find-as-they-delete-accounts-cambridge-analytica?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+main+NEW+H+categories&utm_term=269049&subid=19723158&CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2As users continue to delete their Facebook accounts in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, a number are discovering that the social network holds far more data about them than they expected, including complete logs of incoming and outgoing calls and SMS messages.

For goodness’ sake, quit Facebook already. Here’s how

How to delete your Facebook account, once and for all - CNET

How to delete your Facebook account, once and for all – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-delete-your-facebook-account-once-and-for-all/?ftag=CAD3c77551&bhid=27170905380744054130315685538756Think you are spending too much time on Facebook? This is the tough love you were looking for. You rise each day and take a trip to Mark Zuckerberg’s bustling casino. You arrive, hoping you might see familiar faces, but all the other gamblers are people you don’t give a crap about. You shrug and head to a slot machine. You crank the lever for the thousandth time, cross your fingers and hope for a win.

How to delete Google from your life

How to delete Google from your life | TechConnect

How to delete Google from your life | TechConnecthttp://www.techconnect.com/video/81295/how-to-delete-google-from-your-life?idg_eid=412374c121fe539738655f52ae490f8f&email_SHA1_lc=f6d5fe2a378ea202f8af35117edcb06be2465c6d&cid=tcon_nlt_techconnect_daily_2017-09-07Get rid of Google by deleting your account information and searching for alternative services.

Instagram rolling out new ‘archive’ option for temporarily hiding posts

Instagram rolling out new ‘archive’ option for temporarily hiding posts | 9to5Mac

Instagram rolling out new ‘archive’ option for temporarily hiding posts | 9to5Machttps://9to5mac.com/2017/05/22/instragram-archive-option-ios/Instagram has started rolling out a new feature called “archive” that offers users an alternative when deciding whether or not to delete a post. Users delete their posts for a variety of reasons, such as if they don’t receive enough likes in a certain amount of time, and Instagram views this new archive capability as an alternative to that…

Hanx Writer: Something Old, Something New

Hanx | Hitcents.com

Hanx | Hitcents.comhttp://www.hitcents.com/b2b/work/hanxEN | CN Work Services People Culture Games News Blog Contact Hanx Writer Something Old, Something New
Actor Tom Hanks and Hitcents have partnered on a new app, Hanx Writer, that recreates the experience of a manual typewriter, but with the ease and speed of an iPad. Developed in close collaboration with Tom Hanks, Hanx Writer reflects the look, feel, and sound of old-fashioned word-processing while embracing a few new-fashioned luxuries (like the DELETE key!).

Famed Hacker Kevin Mitnick Shows You How to Go Invisible Online

by Kevin Mitnick @ wired.com

IF YOU’RE LIKE me, one of the first things you do in the morning is check your email. And, if you’re like me, you also wonder who else has read your email. That’s not a paranoid concern. If you use a web-based email service such as Gmail or Outlook 365, the answer is kind of obvious and frightening.

Even if you delete an email the moment you read it on your computer or mobile phone, that doesn’t necessarily erase the content. There’s still a copy of it somewhere. Web mail is cloud-based, so in order to be able to access it from any device anywhere, at any time, there have to be redundant copies. If you use Gmail, for example, a copy of every email sent and received through your Gmail account is retained on various servers worldwide at Google. This is also true if you use email systems provided by Yahoo, Apple, AT&T, Comcast, Microsoft, or even your workplace. Any emails you send can also be inspected, at any time, by the hosting company. Allegedly this is to filter out malware, but the reality is that third parties can and do access our emails for other, more sinister and self-serving, reasons.