26 Burst results for "Location Services"
Your iPhone may have a COVID tracking feature
"Can you trace back where you've been over the past week with accuracy and without some significant thought it would take me a while and i'm sure would not be completely accurate. You're about to learn how to make it perfect with your iphone. You can have the data in minutes because your iphone knows where you are at all the time and where you've been in a second we'll show you how to trace back days if not weeks into your past. This part of the procedures important apple takes privacy very seriously in the data is stored on your iphone and not elsewhere. Furthermore you need your password to get the data. Prepare yourself for shock when you look at your history. It will show you your location time frequency and a map. You can notify people who you might have come in contact within minutes. Why isn't this common knowledge. And being publicized when lives are at stake. I'm not sure. Why here. At the mac minutes podcast will make sure you know how awful you can delete location services and turn it off if you prefer. It's really a neat way to track back without a lot of thought
Economic Fallout From COVID-19 Continues To Hit Lower-Income Americans the Hardest
"Just a few types of locations. KQED science reporter Danielle Benton has more from a recent study out of Stanford. Location services are enabled on, say, your weather app. Your phone shares information about where you go on how long you're there. Whenever you leave the house and self interest are restaurants, jeans, grocery stores, places of worship. This data is anonymous ized and used by researchers like you're a less Kovic, Stanford computer scientist. He and others recently modeled how people's outings drove the course of the epidemic in the 10 biggest US metropolitan areas. When New York you had a huge spike and people state a common dividers die down. Philadelphia, San Francisco was up and then kind of flat. Researchers could also infer which types of locations were responsible for the most transmissions. Before there were widespread health safety precautions. There is a very small number off places about let's say 10%, where 85% of full infections happened. Indoors. Sit down. Restaurants, cafes and gyms are the top three. Crowded businesses also increased risk there, especially a problem in low income neighborhoods. And you found out that even a trip to a grocery store is twice as 3 FT. For an individual from a low income neighborhood versus individual from high income neighborhood. Residents of poor neighborhoods are also more likely to work, low wage service jobs that can't be done online. One of the big achievements of this study is to highlight the occupational vulnerability that People on the lowest ends of our occupational structure have had to face Merlin Chow Kwan Yin's studies public health at Columbia and was not involved in this work. He says. It highlights how important temporary income assistance could be for people who cannot afford to stay home. The study also shows that tapping a businesses peak capacity can slash transmission while cutting overall foot traffic by only a small amount. I'm Danielle Benton KQED news. Now we're going to
Benefits of US Account over CAN Account
"Question. And he says what are the advantages of registering your device to an existing account has more features are coming to Canada. Well, this generated a lot of discussion. This is always a hot topic of discussion Among Us Canadians Janet. McKay Thompson has been a member of our group for a long time. She says that she's been registered to an American account since day one that Lexi arrived in Canada, and she does not regret that regret that for one minute because she has all the features upgrades and updates that come out in the states. Usually before they come out in Canada. She mentioned that there are certain things that you can't do and she can't order with Lexie and certain games don't work properly and also location service dog. Wouldn't work properly if you want, you know localized weather and that sort of stuff because if you're registered under a US account, then you're going to be using a Us address nevertheless. If you want to have a lot of the features then that would be the way to go. Now. If you are wanting to make that change and you're not sure how to do it you can always go to the FAQ section on the Alexa in Canada. CA website under resources, you'll see FAQ and you can look for the question specifically that says how do you change your account from Amazon amazon.com and that will tell you exactly how to do it. Okay,
iOS 14 & Android 11 Security Features
"What has changed against the best interests of smartphone users is the nature of today's threat landscape. It is far more active than ever. So smartphone users need to get all the help that they can get from their Os. Okay. So to this end, we now have android eleven, which brings billions of its users those who can upgrade and all those who purchase android eleven devices in the future more control over their security and privacy than they've had before and yes, it's unfortunate that such control is necessary but it's better to have it I would say the not at this point and you know. It's not like super intrusive anyway. Okay. So what's new and android eleven? One time permissions android eleven get a useful feature that IOS has had for some time. This allows users to grant APPs single use access to their devices, more sensitive permission such as location, microphone, and camera. We're seeing variations of this on different platforms. For example, what permission might be semi permanent users will be reminded after a while that such and such an APP still has such and such a permission and asked whether they. The APP, should retain it or not, which is you know sort of a nice compromise between immediately removing it and and sort of being. Kinder and gentler. So. android eleven will now autonomously revoke permissions. in addition to having the single use android eleven has the ability to autonomously revoke permissions for long unused APPs. It could be a bit of annoyance though those permissions can always be granted but this is sort of part of working to keep the casual user more safe while attempting to minimize the impact of enforcing that safety in general. We'll be talking here about this notion of minimum required permissions that that's always a good idea. We've talked about how firewalls flipped from once blocking, known a problem ports to blocking everything and only opening the ports which are known to be needed to have. To Be Open. In what I think is a huge win for android eleven. DOS will also be getting incremental updates. Google has increased their plug and play stores integration on Android Eleven, allowing those devices to directly download and install critical os security patches as modules instantly, just like an APP from Google servers. We we we talked about the plan for this a long time ago. The idea that the the US would get modular is and the Google. Would not have to force you know these. It would only be made available through the long oem loop to to a third party and hopefully to the end user but rather be delivered as part of the APP store. You know much more like the apple model has always been and that's now here. So boy I think that's going to be a huge welcome improvement. And it would sure be nice for everybody to be able to get eleven. I'm not sure you know how far back. Eleven will be made available to. US But. Once you get there, you have a chance of being kept current, which is. Fabulous. Also it tightens up an APPS right to obtain location information when it's in the foreground versus moving into the background, we'll talk about Ios, which has done some interesting things. There as as well when an APP requests permission to access the user's location android eleven initially, only grants for ground location permission that is while the APP is in use actively if the APP additionally desires access to location information while it's in the background, such APPs will now be required to produce a separate and independent permission request does not all just lumped together into location services and granting the permission is not as simple as quickly clicking. Yeah. Okay. Whatever No. Now to enable background location access users must go to a settings page and set an allow all the time option for the APPS location permissions and even to obtain such permission setting google will now be requiring their APP developers to explain why their APP needs background location access at all just wanting it just because that's no longer going to be enough in order to get it. So a bunch of, nice, improvements in android. Eleven. It's clear. They're all GONNA help improve user security. Especially, the from the store updates which I just think that's GonNa make a world of difference for so many for the security of so many android users. Yes there's more for the user to do it requires more. Involvement from the user but I think that's that's necessary as we go forward. And as for Iowa's fourteen. The list of. UPDATES and improvements I scanned through it. It is overwhelming. And, as you know being IOS user myself, I'm beginning to feel more and more as though I barely know how to use advice in my pocket, Oleo. Crazy I saw you jumping around A. Those it's yeah with my customizing things and locking things in place and it's like, okay, I mean it really it's not the phone that Steve Jobs gave us all those years ago. The Nice thing is you don't actually have to do any of that stuff and most important improvements are what you already talked about same with an Android, which is it now pops up warnings and let you know what's going on so and you'll get that matter. What
Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update
"I'm Jason Al.. And I'm Ron Richards. And I'm Florence Ion. Yeah. Hello to the two of you and actually opening it up here because we do have the Brady Bunch on the screen to the three of you because welcoming to the show for the first time Damian wild video producer at night if five, Google also host of the night if I've daily Podcast, amy, I'm a big Fan. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Yeah. So. It's been a long time coming to come. See me previously vote. Funny. Even though this time zone differences but yeah, could be here. Yeah. I know for that. I had to apologize we often have guests on this show who are not you know over here in the you know the three time zones that we exist in here in the US or the four times rather So as a result, you are up at one am in the morning joining us him for that Oh i deeply thank you anyone who has to get up and sacrifice their sleep for this show. Thank you so much. No problem that is dedication. That's amazing. Thank you. Donnie award for staying up. On not to make it a race or competition or anything wind Matteo. Comes on it's usually like three or four PM. So his appearances happened to be like the absolute worst time but apparently, it doesn't seem to faze him that much. But anyone that has the sacrifice their sleep for a podcast like I don't know if I would do that. Well, actually I do know that I wouldn't because my podcast studios in our master bedroom. So, that would mean my wife would have to sleep in a different room and I'm not gonna put her through that just for. A race but I did do for am when I was in Romania that one time or four. jetlagged and that was my first night in Romania. So that was. Hard also works in the other direction because Jason didn't cover the Samsung of it last week. Yes. Yeah. What was that that seven am which is A sacrificing. And I was watching and solidarity because I was there with the kid watching you and listening to you Leo kind of. The show because you have a young one. So let's be real. You're probably up at least two hours prior to that anyways. So It's true. anyways. David it's really great to get you on I've I've follow nine to five Google. So closely, as you'll see in today's rundown, we have so many nine to five Google stories in here also partially because you're on and we'd like to. Work and everybody at your sites work when we bring you as on. So thanks for hopping on. We have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about. So let's jump in with some news. I can show you five new things that I can do. While now and curious not. All. Work. So cool. Thanks for that. I miss her so much I Miss Studio so much I'm not GonNa like it was definitely. It was a constant in my week that I really S. Well. anyways. While I'm missing the twit HQ, we can talk about five new things coming your android phone as was the big reveal this morning from Google. WE'RE GONNA quickly run through the five little things and then you know kind of talk a little bit about it afterwards. So the first thing is emergency location services are now available. For Eight hundred million people in twenty nine different countries, and this is actually a pretty big deal. So emergency location services, or E. L.. As they're known some places, it doesn't require hardware and he downloads or updates, and this particular ability is built into Google play services and will work for any phone running android four point one and up, which is great Some of the benefits of this include faster response times for emergency calls and better accuracy for location data. So if happened to need assistance, it'll be a little more precise than just relying on you know standard old location data. Second big new feature or earthquake alerts. Now you might be thinking, why do I care I don't live where you guys live in California, but might I remind you last week North Carolina had a random earthquake. So this probably is very well timed Now, android phones that can detect earthquakes with the android earthquakes alerts system. So it has its own name it will run an Android Pfeiffer, no devices, and above, and if you're in California receive earthquake alerts powered by shake alert, which is kind of the West Coast is program for announcing earthquakes I. Guess split-second before they happen basically duck and cover. TAP weight. Onto a little more at lighter updates to the ANDROID Speier android auto is getting a couple of new refreshed features so. Little more contextual information especially for calendar entries. So like smart displays, android auto will give us insight into the daily schedule calendar events and directions where you need to go based on those calendar events. You can also manage the preferences in the settings APP, which he didn't have much control over before. So now if you don't WanNa be bothered while you're driving, you don't have to or you can have all the alerts come out you because you're just a busy bee with places to be.
The Future of Surveillance
"The cove in nineteen pandemic is changing our lives in so many ways. And what's going to happen in? The future is still unclear. Are we going to have to download APPS? Will those under quarantine have to wear responds? Will we BE SCANNED FOR FEVERS? Every time we step into an office or restaurant I've been hearing all sorts of questions like these so I wanted to speak with Jennifer nozoe. She's an epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. I wanted to know what role technology might play in our fight against this pandemic. Could we soon be using these contact tracing APPs here in the United States I think it's inevitable and in fact it's actually already happening? That public health agencies are going to use APPS to help them conduct contact tracing whether these APPs fundamentally change tact tracing is done remains to be seen. I personally it would be a little bit worried if we used APPs instead of people. It's not clear to me that we would get better data that way. The question is how are we going to use it? And what features of the technology are we going to use? It's one thing to use it to keep track of data and to help you analyzed data. It's another thing to use it to figure out exactly where someone's been over the last fourteen days and I think there are some important operational questions that need to be answered about those approaches as well as some potential legal and ethical questions we do use contact tracing in this country for other diseases. A lot of people are hearing this term for the first time but with foodborne illnesses and things like that. That already happens right yeah. It's a traditional tool of public health. Tr- instance in tuberculosis outbreaks measles outbreaks. And there is You know case investigations that happened with Woodward outbreaks to I would say the frequency with which it's used has probably decreased in recent years purely due to resources it's incredibly resource intensive to do contact tracing as public health departments over recent years have suffered budget cuts and declining resources their abilities to do contact tracing has declined and that's I think one of the unfortunate kind of preparedness erosions that we've seen over time that we're now in the midst of a pandemic trying to make up for by hiring possibly hundreds of thousands of new contact tracers when you think about the APP based technologies again in merging that with some of these human contact tracers to help supplement that sort of work. Can you give some idea of what life would look like then so there are a few different approaches? There's one method where the phone tracks your movement things off of Cell Towers and it knows where you've been and authorities potentially could take advantage of the ability of your phone to say where you've been to once you become a case potentially look back at where you've been for the last fourteen days and then use that to identify places where you may have exposed people to try to get in touch with people who may have also been at that same place. There are other approaches. Where you use the phone's ability to kind of tell who you've been near and to try to find people that you may have exposed that way that's seen as slightly less invasive because it's more about identifying who's been near you rather than exactly determining where you've been typically in the US and we do contact tracing it starts with an interview where you ask the patient basically remember all the places they've been when you're talking about fourteen days though it can be tough for people to remember exactly and so sometimes you have to use other methods to maybe fill in the gaps for instance for foodborne outbreaks. We try to figure out where you spend money over the last fourteen days as a proxy for where you may have been but we haven't yet in the. Us seen widespread use of the cellphone based technologies the Location Services or the more Bluetooth ones. That tell you who you've been Aaron. I think there has been some interest in potentially using these technologies but in my view these are the ones that have some questions around them in terms of public acceptability and what the limitations for their use are. So what does this mean for all of us? Are we moving toward big brother surveillance? State government officials are now calling upon Silicon Valley's tech leaders to try and help. We need to view this as an information problem when we need to come up with estimates for where the disease is and when we can find hotspots. Put Schmidt used to be the CEO of Google. Now he's leading up a fifteen member commission to help guide New York toward using new technology in the wake of Kovic. Nineteen the Google Apple. Collaboration preserves your privacy but it's completely voluntary apple and Google are collaborating to develop software that would enable Bluetooth base tracking on their devices if users opt in this data would be shared with governments and public health authorities and then there's clear view a facial recognition technology company. What we do is we have database from day one of over three billion photos. We have a mobile APP and a desktop and we also have the highest accuracy out there in the market. The company claims that they can scan public surveillance camera footage to identify people who might have been in contact with confirmed corona virus patients last month they told NBC News that they're already in talks with several state and federal agencies to help with contact tracing
Facebook isn't eavesdropping, but the truth is more disturbing
"Even on nights and weekends turbo tax. All people are tax people so many people believe that facebook is listening to our conversations. Jenny from you I trying to critera foundation says oh no. It's way worse. They don't have to listen to you. What is going on? It's worse than listening. Jenning there are a lot of things and we're learning about new ones constantly. It seems like so. One example is location tracking noticing. Who YOU'RE WITH. Which can be linked with what they recently purchased and might reasonably have told you about You might be in an airport location. Services can see that you might linger in front of an ad that's Bluetooth enabled. And now you've sent a signal knowingly to an advertiser answers that you might be interested in this product who might have talked to someone it You might be in a bar showing a TV show and then you get an advertisement for that TV show but again location services. No you're in an area where that TV show might be popular. There's kind of endless examples of unknowingly just by living your life including facebook that facebook is tracking you and you're sending these signals that of your interest in things that you might also speak about allowed in the presence of your phone but for a company like facebook to use voice detection defined key words and then map those onto advertising preferences. That's like stone-age target advertising. When there's all these much more. Nefarious invasive methods much more invisible methods available to them are unique. Are we one thing that people don't like to hear about this is that you might not be that unique? In addition to this invasive tracking going on with information like your age Inferences about your income level. People you hang out with Ex. It's remarkably easy to figure out what you might be interested in One example a friend told me like. Hey Johnny look at this. I've been wanting to buy a mattress. I've been telling people about it. And they advertise a mattress to me. They're listening I said well. No you're in your mid twenty S. He just got a new job at the end of the month and even looking for moving services. So you're probably moving and you might want to buy a mattress right now. A lot of people do that in this age range at this time the calendar month facebook monitors you're searching. Do you think your friends searched on facebook or search on Google. I think facebook is marrying you off of facebook in a lot of ways. Facebook itself is a third party. We call advertisers. So you might be on a different site. That is not facebook and yet facebook often through its pixel other tracking services is watching in the background especially even people may not realize when you cook on an ad on facebook. Facebook is absolutely following you off the site to see how you interact with that ad to see how long you linger over various options. And what else do you look for? So the person who is paranoid but likes facebook. What steps does that person do to get facebook to be less invasive? There's a few I mean to self promote We have a couple of tools that we develop in house at the Electronic Frontier Foundation to help with third party tracking or help you defend third prey tracking to not not to help with One Is Privacy Badger which will block those third party trackers and advertisers including facebook. It also block Facebook's widgets those are like buttons and share buttons twitter in Lincoln. Also when you see those on a web page that is a surefire sign that they are tracking you on that page just looks very friendly So you can look for kind of self defense tools like that and one answer. That might not be as satisfying but I think is kind of where we are right now is that you can push for better privacy legislation at the federal level. That's the only thing that's GonNa rain this in. I think at some point. Consumer self-help is so limited And really it shouldn't be your job to kind of go get a law degree in computer science degree and spend
Stop Facebook from draining battery
"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners so when you look at your smartphone battery at the end of the day and you're wondering why you only ten percent there were variety of factors but you know what no one is a worse abuser then facebook facebook is as the number one battery Hog. I've got a few tips or how to Tame your battery. Let's talk about it on today's episode of Talking Tech. I'm Jefferson Graham. Now you WANNA start by going to the setting section your smartphone and look for location services. This is the tool that facebook uses. Is to track your every move. Just click never for facebook because there's no reason that facebook should be following you like that. <hes> I took a look at my battery settings this week and I saw that facebook even with location services turn to never was operating in background for like two hours six minutes compared to fifteen minutes for twitter six minutes or youtube in three minutes for Google so closing location services is a start facebook and also tap into your Wifi to figure out where oh you are so if you're out and about and don't need it churn Wifi off that could save some battery drain also turn off background refresh that is usually always running to do auto play videos and. Alike so close it now none of those work. I've got a really good idea how to leading the facebook APP altogether. It will save you so much battery drain and you know you can still go on facebook even without the APP you can. I used the mobile web version facebook. It might not be a seamless but would you rather have twenty five percent extra battery a day and obviously beyond facebook you also WanNa lower your brightness whenever possible watch fewer videos and just make sure all those settings are set off to stop these people from tracking US dance the number one abuser of the battery. Do you have questions about Tame your battery. I am here to help. I'm at Jefferson Graham on twitter. I'd love to hear from you. You've been listening. Talking Tech we subscribe to the show wherever you listen online audio in I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustom domain aim to name a few weeks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops.
Privacy part 2, Facebook
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, many of us believe that Facebook is actually recording our phone conversations because how else could those ads follow us so quickly now? I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. This is the part two of our privacy series that we've been doing this week yesterday. We talked about Google today. We're talking about Facebook in its overly aggressive attempts to track us, everywhere we go, the phone, call thing is an urban legend Facebook will deny it every which way, but Tuesday, it says it does not recorder phone conversations, but, you know what it doesn't have to because it's grabbing our data everywhere so effectively. It's getting the data elsewhere. Where it's got are if you have a mobile phone, it's tracking. You everywhere you go. It knows where you logged on. It knows how you logged on. It knows where you live at knows how old you are at knows who you associate with, you know, that's the, the devil details thing about Facebook. Is that once you start inputting tags hashtags photos, comments likes your golden to Facebook? They are learning so much about you and Facebook will freely. Admit it, it says that it collects the content communications and other information including photos, and videos accounts, hashtags in groups that were connected to it notes. What posts videos and other content? We've you and even collects. Our payment information including credit card were debit number billing and shipping information. If you've signed onto a website with Facebook single sign on, and opted in for an Email newsletter, made a purchase at a retail store. Or signed up for coupon or discount Facebook has more tools to monitor you. And of course, it tracks you even if you tell it not to Facebook claims the location, tracking, which is a feature on iphones, and androids that you could turn onto never Facebook claims that it's opt in that we've given it permission. Well, let me tell you about today, because I believe that most people don't opt in for this. There's no card that comes up that says let us track. You everywhere you go, please. What it does do is. I took a picture this morning in Manhattan Beach, California. I wanted to post it on Instagram and up came a pop up message that said, turn on location services. Didn't tell me why it just told me to do it. I know better. I know what that meant Facebook, Instagram. Whatsapp would then have the authority to follow me everywhere. No, thank you. Why is that a bad thing? Let's say you're a woman go who just went to the OB GYN, and you had just had a miscarriage Facebook knows that you were just there because the location, tracking, they know who you are, how old you are. And they put two into together. You're visiting the doctor and all of a sudden all these targeted ads start showing up to you for cute baby things. You would not be very happy about this now there is a school thought that says, I like the tracking because I have a record of everything I've done, and now I know where I've gone. I don't like it. I don't know about you. I think I think Facebook is gone at a whack. I think it's gone too far I think they need to reign it in. I think they need to be vocal with the public about what exactly they're doing. I don't think they're telling the whole story when they grab our information, those are my thoughts. What are yours? I'd love to hear from young Twitter where I match Everson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio. I will be back at you tomorrow with part three of our privacy series looking at Amazon. Thanks for listening. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artificial design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from five hundred stunning templates or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include built in SEO tools, so you can easily get found online and inserts engines like Google and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your. Premium plan.
"location services" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Turn off the location services on your phone or don't take it with you when you pull up to a bar because they're gonna track yet bars. Hemmitt can I slightly reframe the way you said that if you don't wanna have worse insurance rates. You're not necessarily get a good one. Yeah. You're just not gonna get worse. Once God bless you for the accuracy. That's exactly true. So your Instagram posts or those of your friends can get you in a whole heap of trouble. How fair this seems so say don't post photos of yourself, smoking and social media sites do post photos of yourself running, but don't do complicated or dangerous things like skydiving or gone and driving. In candy Harper's jacked up dodge with v twelve I'm thinking, if I look at all of my social feeds, they cancel each other out. I don't think insurance works that way. Don't think they take the good stuff and say here's Harper carrot. She's obviously making salad knock it down. I'm sorry. That's the theory that everybody has gosh when it would be kinda cool, though, a you extra season on an interesting point here. What if someone could develop it and make it a little bit like the stock market in that year rates during the course of the day is you posted things would rise and fall, depending on your good, behavior and bad behavior. You think a lot of insurance companies? I deal with a lot of companies. I look at this article that is from the Wall Street Journal, and what's happening is New York as issued some guidance around an investigation where they found the regulators at gone out looking at people's how insurance covers your coming upon prices. They'll leave one insurance agency out of one hundred sixty that was using social media retail purchaser intent activity underwriting, but what they are monitoring for things like is your phone. Are you going to a gym? Because you've got the location tracking services. Are you going to a gym does that this mean, you're healthy? I go to the gym nearly every day. I can tell you. There's a lot of people in the gym who earn a lot more calories walking into the gym than they do on the recumbent bike reading the prevention magazine and chat with one another. I did always find it kinda funny when I was used to be a member of the downtown y when I- office was down there. People would would take the elevator to this upstairs. The stairmaster. That's just like, you know, you could have gotten a couple of flights in just walking up to this thing. I always circle the parking lot to get the closest spot. Exactly. There's social media's changing everything there is a police officer hover you track this down. He I guess he's been using official police tools. Yes. Australian police officer his name is Adrian Trevor more. He said something in court yesterday that shocked a lot of single women specifically because of what he admitted to doing he faced one hundred and eighty charges of using secure police database to access the information of about ninety two or so women that he met on online dating websites like Tinder and plenty of fishing. Okay. Cupid stuff, but in court, he allegedly stood up there. And he said this is not that big of a deal. This is common practice all officers. Do this. We want to know if a person is suitable to have in our life. We do it for everything. So not just dating for like, you know, if my friend is going on a trip with check him out for like that sort of thing. And so this officers can spend six months in jail. So obviously, the judge did not agree with that. But I think it's actually fairly. I mean, we've had story many stories in the United States of police officers using those tools, you know, if it's a strange relationship, but in a strange marriage, stalking somebody. This is because you have access to a lot of information. But do they actually do this research, if they're getting ready to date someone or friend is going to date someone depending on their certain certain files, you go into that that track you whether or not you've been locked in and other ones that do not do they do this research, we absolutely in this country. And you're not bothered by this. I mean, I'm not I'm not bothered nor not mean, if you if let's say if I had a had a daughter, and she was dating somebody seriously, and I had a little misgiving. I didn't know much about the person. Would I want to do background research on them? Yeah. Probably what I want to violate their their privacy. Yeah. No. But you can find everyone does social media searching as right now on their Twitter feed. You do all that? Yeah. I can tell you this. If you have a young daughter in there's like, a sixteen year boys interested in her, and he comes around other thing. I would tell you is is when you're leaving the bathroom or the bedroom window make sure it's shut because you can learn a lot not say I wouldn't want. No, not that. You would have. I didn't know. I assume you just introducing actually you know, what are the tour? What are the things? The only part of the things about his dad that Huckabee always do upper body work before a boy comes to visit. Incidental. Let me let me present you this. You know, they always say to the kids be careful what you're posting social media. We were interviewing someone in Washington DC to come to work at the Republican National Committee and the person decided it would be a good idea to wall in there. Go on social media and say, I can't believe these idiots. Let me in. They haven't yet figured out here who I actually am. And the funny thing was it was just an intern position. And the thing that she didn't know as we always check you. Yeah. We always we'll talk to you. I forgot to check you. So we made it look like she was going to get the job. Okay. See now, you're just playing. All day with us. And then as the a the as appropriate the guy gets to make the call. I got down and said, hey, we're we're going to hire you step. We were watching you on social media all day. Cept? You're trashing this all day. She said you let me spend my whole day here. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you're wasted our time to how does that feel that fun for you? We didn't go back and social media and do that candy. I know that you reflective person and your introspective and you spend most of your day in pure acts of introspection. Yes. A lot of medications working with you guys. Ask you this question candy. What if you what have you learned today?.
"location services" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"On five seventy K L I F. Nicole weisensee Egan is the author of a new book coming up about the Cosby case, which doesn't drop for a little while yet right once the actual release date, April twenty third. The book is called chasing. Cosby the downfall of America's dad, but we're talking about the article that came out yesterday in the Daily Beast, and Nikki was talking about that. She still follows this case since she was first introduced to it. Almost skeptically back in two thousand and eight and has since then brats amongst in elite group of people who have been following the story in trying to make heads or tails out of it since then. The update that you have on the Daily Beast was interesting because as you point out, there's a a a really well documented case of another close call it would seem from two thousand and sixteen can you tell us the story of Dakota James? Oh, right. So he's a close call that threw me for a second. Yes. So this was chilling. When I when I talked to this woman so about five weeks before Dakota James vanished when he has a close friend named Shelley. And she had texted him. See if he was gonna come out and he calls her. It's like eleven eleven fifty tonight. He's like Shelly on hold. I don't know where I am help me. Help me come get me. Come get me. And she's like, oh my God. Of course. I'm you know, I'm on my way, where are you? And he said, Pittsburgh, I think you said northside northside, and then she said, so she's like all right on my way. But then she had an they had enabled location services on the phone, which I didn't even know about because she leaves him all the time to keep track of our kids. I don't have kids. So. So so yes, she actually sees on the opposite side of the city. And she I mean while she's getting all these texts and she sent me screen shots of the tax. And it's like Shelley helped me I'm cold help me, and he was crying and sobbing by the way when he called her to. And so she finally finds them he's outside. He's coming out of a spring. Sweet. She told him to go in the into the hotel, and she's pulling up there's this stark vehicle their parks the wrong way park like he's heading right toward it, and she hollers out his name, and he sees her. And then he comes over to her. And he tells her, you know, she's like I don't equally he did not remember the last four hours of his night. The last thing he remembered he was at a work party was co workers they went out to a bar last thing I remember about seven fifteen and the rest of the nicer blank. And then he's wandering around the down three Pittsburgh. He didn't know where he was what had happened. He was freezing cold, which is interesting. Because I've been reading a lot about GBH. And that is one of the things I think the heat you up so much apparently. So then. The code honor or something like that the differential between the GP h what it does to your body temperature and the surrounding air freezing cold. And so then she said she wanted to take him to the hospital. She thought she's thinking was he drugged was. He did something really I called you thinking was an accident with eating up like he was hysterical crying. So, but he didn't want to go to the hospital and she took him home. And the next day. He just sort of like, you know, we kind of brushed it off. And you know, she would have to. But then he disappeared after Simone. I'd co workers five weeks later, and that's the tragedy of so then it really does feel like it's not just a crime of opportunity, but that somebody had targeted him or I mean, it's incredible coincidence that he would be taken at random works followed at random, but that somebody was watching for him and catching him at that kind of moment. Yeah. Either that was an attempt at night and it failed in managed to get loose. Or it was just stocking hammer or something I I don't know. I mean, but then he. We did eat advantage. And you know, if you if you watch those security, you know, and of course, the cops while he was drunk. He went to the river. Right. Because of course, that's what you do. You walk down these stairs. Docked could. You could. But the thing is that they have surveillance video. They see him at like eleven forty nine pm walking across this plaza in downtown, Pittsburgh, and he's fine. He's not staggering. He's not walking a straight line. When Shelly said when she picked him up. He wasn't drunk. He didn't seem inebriated anything. He wasn't slurring terrified findings like texting or doing something with his phone just walking across and he seems fine. And then he just walks down. This alley I guess the last shot of God was he kinda lead against the law for a second. And then the cameras at the other end of the alley have water in them. So they couldn't catch him, and then either could've gone left and then gone right over Roberto Clemente bridge to go home, but the cameras didn't capture him doing that you should finish. The there's that other piece there too in your story where he told her that he had on the initial case when he called her scared said come pick me up disoriented where he was he said that he. Had already spoken to a police officer in the cockpit blown them off. Yeah. That's what he said. He said, I've tried to stop the cops the cops won't help me. And you know, I tried to ask all these questions. I did ask all these questions of the Pittsburgh cops the DA's office Emmys office, they were very rude. Very dismissive. And you've got an answer you can keep asking questions all you want. But you've got our answer. They treat a reporter like that. I can imagine how badly they treat the families on March sixth two thousand seventeen forty days after Dakota James disappeared. Roughly nine weeks after the original call to his friend a woman walking her dog saw his body floating in the Ohio river ten miles from where he was last seen downtown. Right. Another thirty feet offshore. Which isn't that far ruled an accidental drowning a guy that's what they rolled it. Even though there's no his body had traveled ten miles down that river, and there's a steel and concrete, Dan there that it would have had to go like over underneath there's no damage to the body whatsoever. And there's. It's the same type of thing. It didn't look like body wasn't a decomposed enough to have been in the water for that long. And the the mother also, oh, and the kicker is this is the horrifying kicker. So they the family never got just got an autopsy report they never they had to specifically request photographs from the autopsy they weren't allowed to see Dakota on the mother was forced to identify him by looking at a tattoo on his ankle. They wouldn't let her see her own son, and because Dakota's wishes where to be cremated. That's what they had done with him. But it took a year and a half. But she finally got in just this past August, she got photos from autopsy, and they took it to Sarah lack this same pathologist to occur. It looks like there's ligature marks around his neck. And then there's also there's broken blood vessels and stuff. Amongst fingers tops some of the things about hands. Like he was reaching to get that ligature neck off his neck, whatever it was. And so he thinks that they could have been relation could have been the cost of. And and part of this story isn't just the kids are are these young men typically again, the the the consistent characteristics are young lettuce built. They are not known for being or at least at one point the one of the common characters they were not known for being heavy drinkers. They were known for being regular perhaps. Patrons at a at a bar for parties. But they weren't these people who are walking around drunk all day long. And they were they were high performers there overachievers. They had a future. They were bright the seemed to be targeted almost on the basis of that. And that's what made me think I'm sure you've heard of the whole phenomena. This rise of the beta thing, and they're sort of the revenge of the beta males, this the feeling that some people have and it it exists on the web at least in in word. I don't know if how whether anybody really turns it into this kind of tragic action. But that these are people that are that should be punished for being so popular because of the in cells, the involuntary, you know, celebrate men who are sitting in basements, envious of the popularity of the genetically gifted or whatever. And and so I wonder whether that could be a component in this this this dark beta male thing where they're taking revenge out on the on the popular and good looking right. I I think that's what I was. Saying earlier detectives thought to envy thing, you know, you're the phrasing a different way. But these these are the guys they they wish they were, you know, and they're not so right. Specifically, the in-cell thing. This is a this is a really interesting. There's it's much more formal and the associations of in cells around the country. So we're some people thought originally, this might be some satanic thing. You know, or some group that was traveling around in a van than they were doing these initiations that maybe it's just a matter of these sort of thrill killings that are going on amongst amongst in cells that are taking out their frustrations on the popular. I know I'm just spinning. But that's how I I think even back then I think they thought that there were different cells, and they because they figured that. It was it was organized in somewhat structured, but because they they figured they had to have different groups in different cities. And that's why you know, one of the criticisms has been well, the writings not the same as well. It's different thousand different cities different and docks at at my story. I mean, one in one one group of five go out and do something one night in another group of five might do it another. But the yeah, that's the only way they could figure two when they first start looking at this as to how there could be a couple different ones in different parts of the country at the same time because there has been that. I mean, there's been like I think eleven or thirteen in Boston too. And you know, you read because this book and you look at the list of the ones in the mid west. It's these are not guys who die like this, though, if you were you'd see it in every city in the country, right? Oh, yeah. There was another drunk guy. It just fell into the river when he went out drinking. You know, you only see whether it's been like a cluster of not and even statistically, they did a statistical analysis, and it doesn't hold up that you expect to see this everywhere if these were just a phenomenon of, you know, this is just this is what happened guys age get drunk and fall the risk. River than you would expect to see that all over the country, and you're not you're just seeing that in clusters in these specific city, we're talking with the Nikki Egan the author of the Daily Beast piece yesterday, we've linked up to our website at coast to coast AM dot com. Scroll down to tonight's guests, and you can read it there..
"location services" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The free iheartradio app. Nicole weisensee Egan is the author of a new book coming up about the Cosby case, which doesn't drop for a little while yet right once the actual release date, April twenty third the book is called chasing. Cosby the downfall of America's dad, but we're talking about the article that came out yesterday in the Daily Beast, and Nikki was talking about that. She still follows this case since she was first introduced to it. Almost skeptically back in two thousand and eight and has since then Brad. Amongst in the league group of people who have been following the story and trying to make heads or tails out of it since then. The update that you have on the Daily Beast was interesting because as you point out, there's a a really well documented case of another close call it would seem from two thousand and sixteen can you tell us the story of Dakota James? Oh, right. So it's a close call that threw me for a second. Yes. So this this was telling when I when I talked to this woman so about five weeks before Dakota James vanished when he has a close friend named Shelley. And she had texted him. See if he was gonna come out, and he calls her it's like eleven thirty seven fifty tonight. And he's like, Shelly, I'm cold. I don't know where I am healthy helped me come get me. Come got me. And she's like, oh my God. Of course. I'm you know, I'm on my way, where are you in? He said, it's Burg's. I think he said northside northside. And then she said, so she's like all right on my way. But then she had they had enabled location services on the phone, which I didn't even know about. We use them all the time to keep track of our kids. There you go kids. So so yes, she actually sees on the opposite side of the city. And she and meanwhile, she's getting all these texts and she sent me screen shots of the tax. And it's like Shelley helped me I'm cold healthy. And he was crying and sobbing by the way when he called her to. And so she finally finds him he's outside he's coming out of the Springhill suites. He told him to go in there into the hotel. And she's pulling up there's this stark vehicle their parks the wrong way Parkway, and he's heading right toward it, and she hollers out his name, and he any Caesar and then he comes over to her. And he tells her, you know, she's like tells you and like I don't we did not remember the last four hours of his night. The last thing he remembered he was at a work party was co workers they went out to a bar last thing I remember was about seven fifteen and the rest of the nicer blank. And then he's wandering around the downstream to Pittsburgh. He didn't know where he was what had happened leave is freezing cold. Old which is interesting because I've been reading a lot about TV H. And that is one of the things I think can do heat you up so much apparently. So then. You don't have a code honor like the differential between the GP h what it does to your body temperature and the surrounding air freezing cold. And so then she said she wanted to take him to the hospital. She thought she's thinking was he drugged was. He did some really I call. She's thinking was was an accident was eaten up like he was hysterical. So he didn't want to go to the hospital and she took him home. And the next day. He just was sort of like, you know, we kind of brushed it off. And you know, she would have to, but then he disappeared after a similar co-workers five weeks later, and that's the tragedy of so then it really does feel like it's not just a crime of opportunity, but that somebody had targeted him or I mean, it's incredible coincidence that he would be taken at random words followed at random, but that somebody was watching for him and catching him at that kind of moment. Yeah. Either that was an attempt that night, and it sailed and managed to get loose or it was just stocking hammer or something, I don't know. I mean, but then he did he did vanish. And you know, if you watch those security, you know, and of course, the cop while he was drunk. He went to the river. Right. Because of course, that's what you do you walk down. Stairs to adopt could. But the.
"location services" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Weird so maps and one of the things you can do is put a some other maps on there and see. If those work because one of the things that could have gone wrong is maybe your GPS is disabled, or location service but but I would I find a new, service but wait but but I got to understand. What you're seeing so you launch Google maps on. Your. Android device okay my Android has everything, on the screen and it's supposed to be where you touch it and it goes. Straight to it so when I touched the Google map should, map at all it has his northwest and some kind of longitude and latitude down. In the bottom and then, on the top it's just as you're blue in, in your head no. Map at all Right not even like street. Or anything correct okay So a couple of things we can talk about, one is I'm not sure exactly what's going on but. Let's let's talk about the controls in Google maps there. Is a layers. Control in the right hand corner it looks like do you, see. A search here box or anything. Like. That Do you see explore. Driving you just. See I wonder if it's if it's broken at this point It wasn't supposed to be. You don't know but, we, can just a computer it can, break at the drop of a. Hat so supposed to be no, but it certainly could be so but I'm, just trying to see so. You see a blue dot. That's your location when I first come on, I do my security thing then it says select wifi so. I have a whole bunch of service so they. Wanna go on to where it. Shows, my. Whole, I times it has the Google map? Same signal. So. Then. When. I topped out okay Google now. What kind of phone are? You using e.. Android Android fun okay and it has GPS in it Yes okay so. That's the first thing you do is is, go into your settings make sure location is turned on because. Without location a map isn't going to work in. GPS you want WI fi if. Possible, but. You, don't have to have wifi for location? You do. Need. GPS. For. Sure so on an Android device I go in to get my, GPS for certain I'm wondering a couple of. Things you've got gotta have GPS. You've got to have data it would be nice. To have data via WI fi. But you don't have to Do you so let. Me go wifi data and location and that's all turned, on okay so that's good One way to see if there's something going on. With those services is to download another mapping app take a look at, this from Google is called ways WBZ people use it for routing because it it's aware of. Traffic. Conditions but it would just be a, way to prove that you're GPS is working w.. C. WBZ okay. And. Download that from the Google. Store the play store. And and see if that works if that works. Good that means you're GPS working your data is working you've got everything you need, for working maps app and then I would say, it probably means that the maps, app itself. Is bad which means it's an easy thing, to fix you uninstall it. And. You reinstall it Uninstall it so couple of ways to do it the easiest ways to drag it. To the top of the screen so you're looking at. Your screen and now I don't know if your particular phone has a, modified version of Android or not but on most versions of Andhra if you drag it's at. The. Top of the screen you'll see a, trash can in the words uninstall and you just. Put it over there, till it turns red and. Let go and that. Will uninstall it if that doesn't work you can. Go into settings and there's there's an apps section settings that you can look at, all the apps you have and then delete the, ones that you no longer want So step one. Would be dragged the, I kind of the top of the screen if you see a word uninstalled drag it on top of that it will install it if that does not work co two settings And that you do you know how to. Get to settings I think because you, said you were go into settings there's, an apps section in the settings that lists all your apps and, then you can go. There, and uninstall it from that directly as well so you just click on the app, they'll be, an uninstall. Button and uninstall and then reinstalling will probably if there's something gone wrong with it we'll probably fix it now somebody in the chat room has found a link, to guiding tech dot com says fixed, blank Google maps so maybe. This is not let me, let me go look at that, link because. Maybe maybe what's happening to you is not unusual because, some other people said. There's they put it. Blue dot issue but it didn't help me it does say. A week internet connection in an unknown. Place so problem so how do I get a better connection or well that's another. Matter entirely you need two things, you need a location capabilities which, could be just the fi but generally most Android phones, have GP Built in need. That turned on and then, to get a map if you, just have. A blue dot no map that's because it can't download, the map it does. Say by the way. You said at the bottom you see longitude and latitude is. That oh so you do have location Data, issue it's a data issue all right so, now that, means you're not getting the, data, which is the map information You who's your carrier Do you have? A cell phone company Yes. I do I'm with that's all right That they they? Should be providing you with data do do? Do. You. Have, a plan..
"location services" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Location, services stay on so, you're being tracked well if you ask you how do I, turn, off the location services and, Google says well here's how you do it but they don't actually. Turn off the location services. That is, actionable is Are something, that, congress should be doing about, that I'm never in that camp never once the monkey it up. Comments Here's what happens when you wanna hate people more than you want. To talk to people that's. All coming up next. I'm Tony cats Here's how to. Place peel win. At Dunkin just sit peels win I want a doormat look more closely I want to put on. Your reading glasses I wanna Donut there you go enjoying a large. Extra large coffee for. Your chance to win from millions of. Prizes like JetBlue travel certificates fandango movie. Tickets or fanatics steer just sit he'll, win at Dunkin America runs. On Dunkin no purchase necessary thirteen percents ten fifteen eighteen while supplies last four gain peace. And official rules visit Scipio, win dot com Labor Day deals continue at Lowe's shop. Now for what you need to give your home. A quick, refresh insider out whether you're replacing one appliance or upgrading a whole suite now you can get. A forty percents off. Appliance special values then grab a. Brush and roller and get ten to, forty dollars rebate. On select Peyton primer exterior Saint Andrews surfaces all projects have a starting point start with Lowe's offer valid through. Nine, twelve paid off Valter. Now five rebate varies exclusions apply see,.
"location services" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"I don't wanna say those things for me it's like okay well i myles stone to me is if we can get to like yeah one chilean break that yeah i think it's it's very tough to look at it in aggregate and go oh all of these different services that address all these different needs would look we possibly get to what's like a decent reasonable market cap you know and so i think what i'd like to do with that is simplified certain sectors of the market let's say privacy points which i think in and of itself is a ten to fifteen trillion dollar market let's take location services like x y o which we mentioned earlier like you know ten or twenty episodes got anyway location services that's another like trillion like ten trillion dollar market and so i think if you just even just just take those two examples know which are tiny subset of the entire crypto ecosphere that should bode for a really large market gap i mean how quickly are we going to get there i have no idea i think within two years we should be over for one and a half or two trillion or like a few trillion minimum but it's hard to say you know this stuff is very tough to figure out when you're first getting involved and so it kind of takes a while the first thing people i agree totally in i just like to i was like to ask that question it's been on my mind i've been interviewing people lately so i just wanted to take the sea for quick second see two guys but i i won't railroad anymore but i do i do hear a lot of people try to compare to the stock market and they'll say i don't know i mean the the global stock market is i think in the neighborhood eighty eighty trillion dollars globally so people's our while the stock market is eighty trillion dollars were only four hundred billion like we have all this upside while i think that's true and i think token securities is a twenty nineteen late twenty eighteen play for sure that we're not that's not where crypto i think blows up most people are not familiar with like the derivatives market and basically that's that's where the i mean that's a twelve hundred trillion so i think the point to quadri.
"location services" Discussed on ShopTalk
"Flood who basically is like no man like dope follow me in my kids to the park you'd dumb phone i don't want it added a warning wants that so i just i that like was like the like i'm gonna send it back moment in i disabled one of forty one notifications i can get from goodwill maps which is really cool but disabling the notification doesn't miss disabled the tracking and so i figured out how to do that eventually you go into a like like locations services or whatever and then you go into there's like you know goodwill maps you started her when you long into the phone as i can we can maps user location in you're like well yeah 'cause you're map like i'm gonna let you use your location but you don't understand the you just us you just allowed it to do location history which is a totally different thing where google keeps track of your location throughout the day in forever and you can't delete the history like in in it i have them i founded scream which shows me a map of weird google tracked mean throughout the day like the physical map of my whole path throughout the day across austin and that was like double nope and then you go into i o s in iowa us actually has the same setting like you have to go into location services or whenever in goodwill maps and then you have to turn off location history if you don't want gould to follow your around in keeping with a whatever a log of all your location throughout the day and that was just me i'm not like super tinfoil howdy chris but that was just enough for me in and even when i shudder down the the thing i was like driving around my daughter only naps in the car now and i was driving round and then the google search app is like hey you're by this mall here's what's inside and i just was like dude no i'm all around the erez moment is that you finally figured out how to disable for the maps only to have some other app have almost the same level of kind of creeping exactly exactly and i just was like i it's like the the feeling i can't described it was like i would i.
"location services" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To make sure that it's with you and the credit card transaction will be completed so that's an interesting technology advance that i think will help the credit card fraud situation in so take away from that is uh make sure the location services are turned on if you have a banking out well the that's one of the things in another interesting concept that banks are starting to use is leading the consumer go on their app and block their credit card so if you're not using it for example for a couple of days they're going to go in and block it on your phone application and they want to go to a store in use a credit card for transaction they can unblock it and so i think that that technology and that that new thing that the banks are trying to figure out is going to help the the fraud situation in security situation for your credit cards there's a lot of technology ideas that are being thrown out there that i think are or make a lot of sense there's a commercial on i can't remember which bank it's four it's not associated knew i knew that miti but it was a guy who was had forgot his wallet and had the bank out and he was able to go to an atm and take a picture of a code that came up on the screen and was able to use the a team without even have a wallet in a card and i've seen that commercial and that's another technology idea that i think will take off as we continue in the future small puff lots of technical advances of moving very fast let's talk a little bit about some of the things that we can do and 2018 for banking and credit for ourselves five found a list a really cool list of important things you can do the jing from pain you know sending a bottom any bill payments to saving money to tracking spending in organizing what would you say is the book the.
"location services" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"It with your taxes and then you get to pay again through a toll i just love is gonna fix it with a new per mile tax about i don't like no rigs there southbound but also earlier this week and here's the thing four or five years ago i remember wer cog meeting were they were throwing this idea round of a per mile tax because of of the electric cars and the idea was well when the day comes when there is no gas cars left will need to do that you'll get saddam and immediately someone says to me done within a few years they're going to have the double whammy you're gonna be paying gasoline tax and a per mile tax they're going to find a way to do it sure enough they're talking about it in the last county supervisors meeting presence w are caught they were talking about this a per mile tax just recite county since the state hasn't been innovative enough drew started statewide we're going to do it the county we're gonna lead the date why think it was thought about in sacramento i'm not mistaken well method organiser already done a a pilot program with it now here's the danger not only is an extra tax now he truck was miles d that unity my son your car guess within device linda us it could tell them where you're at when you're there yeah got yes how many miles you how intrusive is that how antifreedom is that rather on steroids well last week we talked about the supreme court going over the location services on your iphone as the loss of the fourth amendment so here we are they wanna put something on your car same worry in my opinion now here's what you do is like with your cell phone then or yet with a cellphone of course if you if you do that there are some people i meet with require me to bed maria domestic cellphone before they'll meet with me while well it's amazing now they want to track you and your vehicle now remember the yes taxes the new whatever is already increasing registration sorry increasing how much younger pay yes now they want also per mile what are they.
"location services" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Is free which makes sense since the app is also free apple store for i o s version four four is available now in the app store under the apple store app apple is also updated its up clips i download bug says since the updated version two of the application was released some i've own 10 users were experiencing problems with selfie scenes for those people the scenes would not rotate properly on their iphone tan if location services are disabled in settings that's wacky and it's also now fix was version two zero one of clips that's a free app of course so as a dump date it's available now in the app store more news in the moment but first a word from square space your place on line whether you need a landing page a beautiful gallery a professional blog or an online store it's all included with your square space site you can do amazing things you need to tell people about those things that's where square space comes in because they make building a powerful and beautiful sight easier than you can imagine do you wish you knew how to sell stuff online do you wish you had a place to post your art or videos do you have an organization or physical business that needs a site a square space i can do all of that and more more to the point you can do all of that with square space i talk all the time about their beautiful templates and the dragon drop editing tools that make making those templates distinctive and unique resized stuff drop and content like forum sir maps.
"location services" Discussed on WCTC
"The time now i only use location services while using i just turn that off automatically and put the background app refreshing i have not often most everything that i don't need to have like email coming it or whatever to save battery what particular thanks should i leave it on four what does it really make any difference uh you know this it's also is not merely batteries privacy issue as well because uh apps can send your location back to the home office uh so i think lots of people do this and it's good idea apple makes it easy because they have an actual entry in settings for locations services and you can go at by app and denied that i i would do it anything that you you know a map map programme you want obviously although i guess you don't really care about the map program until you launch at the thing is if you don't have background turned on it might take a while to figure out where you are so bad crowd abri fresh will be kept on anything that you want anything with nab i would leave it on there are other things that sometimes for instance twitter gugel and many social networks facebook like to know where you are at it's a kind of a creepy thing when you lodge facebook and it says hey i seared the library would you like to share your check in checkin to clarify that's a little creep here but yeah about to think not only location but background act refreshing to different willett it's related because of course that's what it's refreshing in many cases so if it's email it's that refreshing location its download emails checking the email so i i you know first of vault apple does a very good job of managing the battery so four most people unless you are having battery issues you probably this is a a finesse you probably don't need it you know no modern operating systems slept the thing do what it's supposed to do because it does a very good job apple shuts down back crown apps it will ask you as you probably noticed timetotime hey you know facebook's refreshing in the background do you want that.
"location services" Discussed on All About Android
"And it in the way it works is it connects to a beacon a bluetooth ellie beacon that's installed inside the divi inside the machine that you're playing too and it never pairs your phone to that device but is using the bluetooth signal as a beacon to connect with and so that's absolutely how does might be happening so interesting you know people forget that we might have location services turned off bud bluetooth as well as wifi and other locations level as a figure which is a is a way to identify where you are uh but a lot of people in response that suggested nearby while that of in nearby is the name of the beacon technology inside android so they're they're basically saying like i'm i'm thinking that it's probably nearby a which is what the emails alluding to as well which took me to this page that you see here and if you go into the turn nearby notifications honor off i feel like this potentially if this is what the app is doing from the question from last week if you go into the control nearby notifications by type victor which is the second one there you can see control lapse of you go into the google settings on your phone and then into nearby settings you can under that section tell your phone which apps on your phone can receive those beacons and which will ignore them and if this is actually what that app is doing and how it's making that you wanted to know how to disabled out so that doesn't do that anymore this would be your answer right here.
"location services" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Yeah what the hell zico pressure by meets there were you live leo yeah well went that sounds like though it could be like uh they could be telling my local tire store right confirm where you keep your invoked so you can get directions weather and more ads close enough all right so location services identified are location looking for devices the house at looking it found it is at bluetooth is at audio what is going on lipids bluetooth two i think it's planting because you have an connected to the wifi it gummy well we have any it should do that for you i would imagine now you can finished only available with us koa tunnel lights take two when the lights on your invoke match low this is much more complicated by the way vim isn't up lots of your said this thing is weird this light's scott the polls looting life i don't know i kinda liked that had stepped me through though and i felt like sowing was happening yeah yeah yeah actually yeah you know what i think this on boarding is probably not more complicated now agassi onto your password them right is that your wife i password yeah let me yes at the time that's funding yeah that is a major you can do to figure for the speaker that you might wanna configure where it makes an audible sound when it understands u bs and then said i do the which off by default i actually think it's kinda useful echoes the same well actually echo when a here's you.
"location services" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks
"Do that another huge wanted to check is which applications are allowed to do a background atp refresh i know that when i went into settings general background app refresh i looked at the list every single one of my apps was toggle the on i think i had never gone in and sort of adjusted that setting obviously many of my applications i don't need updating their data in the background some of them like male and things like them i male client things like that i want to be able to do that but tweaking those settings could help you out quite a bit when it comes to battery because you know things there are apps you probably don't need to go out to the internet and update their data and that's really what background atp refreshes about it's about being of the launched the app and have fresh data there right away without connecting to the internet if you can wait a few moments for an app to actually go out in refresh it's data then turned that off don't have it in background app refresh location services using the gps's another big battery drain so you might want to restrict which applications have access to a location services specifically always on location services so if you go into settings privacy and under location services you can look at the settings they're generally what i look for is the applications that have the little purple or gray ero icon that means that that application has recently used location at some point whether you've launched the operates happening in the background and i always to check to see which apps really need to be set to always and if it set the always that means that even when you're not using a running the happy could be using location services so i tend to favour setting that to either never for a lot of applications or.
"location services" Discussed on WJR 760
"It's long and documented they can't find any the evidence of a hack what they find is evidence of documentation and data being leaked and they even got to the point of examining the speed the davis speed of transfers and they found russian language template documents in microsoft word format where a document simply would need to be plugged into what copied in paced an english document copied and paste that would automatically become a russian language document the temple it was set up not hard to do by the way don't miss that nothing nefarious about that it's just that they found this they and they found data speeds that would only be possible if you're transferring from a hard drives data with thunder i've uh or or transfer speech from drive to drive but not over the internet things that would have to have been leaked and they found no evidence that any this data ever left eastern time zone they examined the men of data of the meditate you don't met a data is simply an examination of other data the netted data on a phone in a picture on your phone you know what that is the meditate a photo on your phone will have the timestamped and it'll have the location and it'll have the kind of camera it will have the f stop it will have the exposure all ca that's the matter data and you can change that you know what you're doing you go on and you can alternate location eat apple allows you to on the mac you can change the locate you can't change the real location you can change the display location if you want a say a picture did not did not snapped with an actual u un location services turned off but you know that picture is at your home's you can go in and you can say home for search purposes show me all pictures and haji utag the pictures having been taken in home the gps data where the photo was actually taken is there and that cannot be changed that can't.
"location services" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Data being leaked and they even got to the point of examining the speed that data speed if transfers and they found russian language template documents in microsoft word format where a document simply would need to be plugged into what copied in paced an english document copied and paste it would automatically become eight russian language document the temple it was set up not hard to do by the way don't miss that nothing nefarious about that it's just that they found this they and they found data speeds that would only be possible if you're transferring from a hard drives data with thunder i've uh or or transfer speeds from drive to drive but not over the internet things that would have to have been leaked and they found no evidence of any this data ever left eastern time so that examined the metal data of the mediterranean you don't a data is simply an examination of other data the metal data on a phone in a picture on your phone you know what that is the meditate a photo on your phone we'll have the timestamped and it will have the location and it will have the kind of camera it will have the f stop it will have the exposure all ca that's the meditated and you can change that you know what you're doing you go on and you can alter the location eat apple allows you to on the mac you can change the locate you can't change the real location you can change the display location if you want let's say a picture did not did not snap with an actual u n location services turned off but you know the pick sure is at your home's you can go in and you can say home for research purposes show me all pictures of haji utag the pictures having been taken in home that gps data where the photo was actually taken is there and that cannot be changed that.
"location services" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"Just saw the new spidey movie spiderman homecoming and happy just saw that my facebook app basically tote low jacked me as i was prompting be to post about my experience at the movie uh he turned off location tracker creating he so what happens is he goes to the movie theater as he's leaving facebook suddenly says you were at the theater watching spiderman how crazy you that it is it please just about your experience yelp well i get those things on my facebook we'll say you know it'll show up in the very top of the newsbeat bills were you it it it's funny because he actually says like excuse me were you at recently at burger king and i'd be like um no well you know but it's because i was close by one and as i say no and it's like okay nevermind mind thanks and then into thing disappears or if i say yes it'll be like can we ask you a few questions about it and then i'll be like what are these places hours or bob law and it's it's it's just trying to use your i guess location or or trying to use your location services to to track you now i know there's another app in his google but it's called gugel rewards all right and um what this does that uses your location and as you go round and visit places occasionally you'll get surveys sent to you and he surveys are usually one to two questions long at all every once in a while you'll get one that's like five questions long but it's all based on it'll be usually say which one of these places did you recently visit and then he'd be like oh yashar safeway and then you click dennis like win were you last there and i would like some friday and then it's like okay what was your overall experience five one two five stars and i'm like okay threestar suri and then it just says thank you and then what it does it gives you ten cents.