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Messenger Agreement

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You don`t need an FB account to use Messenger. Just a phone number… What it is. I love the good days of making a junk email account available for apps. Because, as the author said. The NSA is following everyone. But private companies follow more THAN O.G. because there is little or no territory. I did not invent the game, but that is the rules. Plan accordingly.

I have a question. I deleted data from my Messenger app from my Android phone. But if I try to reopen the same app, it shows my last login username, if I click on it, it will connect with the username and password I gave when I made the last connection. With all these contradictory answers, I have a hard time understanding what it takes to download the new Messenger. Is there a legal conclusion I can get directly from Facebook? I don`t have a Facebook or messenger app, and I don`t want it. I don`t see the need to always be connected to 5000 virtual aliens. I`d rather connect. I don`t see the need to call 5,000 foreigners at will. Those I want to stay in touch with know how to reach me. 2.7 It was agreed among the parties that service restrictions caused by changes to certain parts of the messaging platforms may result in a change of service or termination of these services by MessengerPeople. The customer and MessengerPeople each have an exceptional right of termination in this particular case. Once completed, MessengerPeople will be released from its contractual obligation to the customer.

What I don`t like when I`m forced to use the Messenger app is that facebook can bypass the secure sandbox that the browser is. The browser limits what can be done. The app has total performance on your phone. Facebook doesn`t know my phone number right now, and I want to keep it that way. Once I`ve installed the Messenger app in the Facebook app, they can connect between my phone and my account. Then they can see who else has my phone number on their phone and show them my Facebook account in their proposed friends list. That`s how my insulting family will find me. Right now, they can`t call me and they don`t know my Facebook account. But Messenger can break that intimacy for me. That`s why I only want to use the web to access Facebook. The problem with its application are the outlined conditions and the service agreement that comes with it.

And since the app already offers more than 1 billion downloads, you need to know what forces you to accept. Here, word for word, are just some of the most disturbing permissions you have to accept: a few years ago, I saw a Danish movie called Iris (Siri upside down) via a facebook app that spied on people and collected their data for their nasty developer. The film was accompanied by an app downloaded from the movie, which controlled your phone and showed you what the app was seeing — which was different from what you saw on the big screen. Like what. On the big screen, you might see a secretary knocking on the principal`s door, but then your phone would vibrate and inform you that “Iris” was active and that you would see the principal sleeping with a student – which IRIS was watching behind the door. Even before the credits started, viewers trithized this movie app on their phones. It made me laugh (even if it`s nervous), but if you control YOUR phone, even for the radio, what are the capabilities if you give your permissions to access? I`ve never downloaded the Facebook app – I have links to the desktop site on my phone. I certainly haven`t downloaded a messenger – but my iPhone seems to know it – and I can only access messages from my PC. SIRI lights up on its own when I`m in a meeting and my phone is black on my desk.

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