WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
26%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
26%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
45%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Queens Fish Bar 11:01 Fri Feb 18
How can you take back control of your data?
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Mike Oxsaw 5:18 Sun Feb 20
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
alfs barnet 4:13 Sun Feb 20

OK - let's take the internet out of it for a moment; it's simply an alternative medium for data movement. How about if you have a CD and lend it to a friend (you are effectively moving the data from yourself to him)?

He gives it back a couple of days later without comment.

How do you know for a fact that he - or anyone else who may have had access to it while it was out of your sight - didn't make a copy of it?

It's YOUR CD - you paid good money for it.

You simply can't tell that the CD has been copied through looking at it or even playing it.

That copy can then be shared without you ever knowing it exists.

alfs barnet 4:13 Sun Feb 20
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
You're still no further forward in pricing me wrong. Probably a massive backward step if I'm honest.

Mike Oxsaw 3:53 Sun Feb 20
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
alfs barnet 9:45 Sun Feb 20

Makes no difference what people think of me, but you may try to get a handle on how the internet works with regard to shifting data around.

I won't give you any pointers to ensure I don't try and "lead you up the garden path".

There are other "experts" on here you may trust more to guide you.

Give this some thought though.

Maybe we both have an identical CD in our music collections. Is yours a copy of mine, or mine a copy of yours? How do you know?

alfs barnet 9:45 Sun Feb 20
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Mike, I've always thought you're a massive cunt.

I'm quite happy to be proven wrong by you. I've yet to see you try.

Mike Oxsaw 5:32 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Vexed 1:47 Sat Feb 19

I'm quite happy to be proven wrong by you. I've yet to see you try.

Here's your perfect opportunity.

Boycie 3:14 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
I spent about an hour trying to get through to the tax office today. They kept cutting me off. I tried a last throw of the dice when asked by the robot why I was calling. I said "I am gay and I want to be a woman". The reply was "ok you want to talk to someone about a letter". I got through to someone 30mins later and solved my problem. Just saying if you want to jump a queue............

Johnson 2:25 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
It’s like the man in the early 90s who knew a little bit about computers stopped learning and went that’s it I’m an expert for life, Vexed.

It’s embarrassing the supposed ITK bullshit he comes out with.

If you ask him to prove whatever nonsense he’s coming out with he gets better, he tells you that you have to prove it.

Genius.

joyo 2:24 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Oxbore

Vexed 1:47 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Boring, shit, inaccurate, dull - these are just a few ways to describe Oxsaw's post.

gph 12:54 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Live in a cave in a forest with lots of game.

defjam 12:18 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Wipe your knob on the screen!

Everyone knows that!

Mike Oxsaw 12:13 Sat Feb 19
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
You need to look at the T&C for when you share/upload data and with whom.

For most - if not all - social media sites, when you "share" or upload something/anything, you effectively also hand all legal control at that point of whatever it was over to whoever you shared with/uploaded to.

That means, legally, it's not technically "yours" any more and they can do with it as they see fit (sell it for profit, basically).

Also, if you ask a social media company to delete all your data, they won't do so, whatever they say.

They'll make it inaccessible to search engines and such like, so you can't see it any more, but will still own and use what they have to make money.

Even if you still retain legal ownership - once it's "out there" it's almost impossible to manage as you can't tell how many copies exist at any given time.

No point in asking the search engine owners to locate it - no money in doing that.

Queens Fish Bar 11:42 Fri Feb 18
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Whats the difference MO?

Mike Oxsaw 11:11 Fri Feb 18
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Do you mean "your data" or "data about you"?

There's a big difference.

Mr. Burns 11:06 Fri Feb 18
Re: How can you take back control of your data?
Tweet the word cunt?





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