1. mrsimon's Avatar
    Ive been targeted by TCL on FB. So, the social network squad are operational.
    This can only mean one thing...
    Attached Thumbnails Facebook KEY2 ads - which mean...-38914.jpg  
    10-29-19 04:11 AM
  2. PantherBlitz's Avatar
    This can only mean one thing...
    That they pre-paid their Facebook fees in January?
    10-29-19 09:21 AM
  3. kvndoom's Avatar
    That they found another case of unsold phones in a warehouse?
    10-29-19 10:26 AM
  4. the_boon's Avatar
    That they found another case of unsold phones in a warehouse?
    With August 2018 build dates of course
    dalinxz, cribble2k and ppeters914 like this.
    10-29-19 10:38 AM
  5. jagrlover's Avatar
    Ive been targeted by TCL on FB. So, the social network squad are operational.
    This can only mean one thing...
    It's time to clear your cookies?
    dalinxz and ppeters914 like this.
    10-29-19 01:48 PM
  6. ppeters914's Avatar
    Oh, you guys!
    dalinxz likes this.
    10-29-19 05:38 PM
  7. RoseBud68's Avatar
    That your board out of your mind.......
    dalinxz likes this.
    10-29-19 10:06 PM
  8. falbo's Avatar
    That you use Facebook
    dalinxz likes this.
    10-30-19 01:34 AM
  9. Vince Liew's Avatar
    that your facebook privacy setting screwed?
    dalinxz likes this.
    10-30-19 10:39 PM
  10. bb10adopter111's Avatar
    All kidding aside, am I the only one that finds the tracking Facebook, Google, et al. conduct across the Web exceedingly intrusive and creepy?

    I use browsers and extensions that block these kinds of trackers completely for my personal browsing, so I don't receive targeted ads when I browse. I don't block ads because I support the right of commercial web sites to sell and profit from them, but I don't support the commercial surveillance of my private browsing.

    I would encourage everyone who values their privacy and prefers not to have their private data used to profile them for targeted ads, political opinions, etc. to switch to a privacy-committed browser, search engine, etc., and to use Privacy Badger, No Scripts, and other similar extensions to protect themselves online.

    From the screen of my trusty Z10 using the exceptional BlackBerry VKB.
    10-30-19 10:51 PM
  11. mrsimon's Avatar
    All kidding aside, am I the only one that finds the tracking Facebook, Google, et al. conduct across the Web exceedingly intrusive and creepy?

    I use browsers and extensions that block these kinds of trackers completely for my personal browsing, so I don't receive targeted ads when I browse. I don't block ads because I support the right of commercial web sites to sell and profit from them, but I don't support the commercial surveillance of my private browsing.

    I would encourage everyone who values their privacy and prefers not to have their private data used to profile them for targeted ads, political opinions, etc. to switch to a privacy-committed browser, search engine, etc., and to use Privacy Badger, No Scripts, and other similar extensions to protect themselves online.

    From the screen of my trusty Z10 using the exceptional BlackBerry VKB.
    You're a radical Type 1, and also probably carry your phone in a Faraday pouch...
    Android is not for you... until it will be.
    11-01-19 02:02 AM
  12. mrsimon's Avatar
    I've been Targeted again on disgrace crook. The ad looks good and I'd be tempted if I hadn't already bought a Key2 LE.
    11-16-19 10:44 AM
  13. mrsimon's Avatar
    I've been Targeted again on disgrace crook. The ad looks good and I'd be tempted if I hadn't already bought a Key2 LE.
    It seems from the comments that people don't know what's going on. How would you unless you were a CB nerd like us?
    Attached Thumbnails Facebook KEY2 ads - which mean...-39100.jpg  
    11-16-19 10:46 AM
  14. johnsliderbb's Avatar
    You're a radical Type 1, and also probably carry your phone in a Faraday pouch...
    Android is not for you... until it will be.
    Radical Type 1, or just somebody who actually is aware what is ongoing?

    Replace “Facebook” by “Chinese government” and good luck.
    Rebellwin likes this.
    11-16-19 03:55 PM
  15. ALToronto's Avatar
    Amazon in Canada has a few KeyTwo's available for $760-800, but they're all International versions, mostly with dual SIM. For several months they had only LE's.

    So what does the sudden increase in inventory mean? Are they producing handsets, or are these refurbs? And should I hold out hope for the KeyThree?
    11-18-19 12:07 AM
  16. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    The "sudden increase" means that the retailers in India and Indonesia sold off their remaining inventory, and the companies that bought them are trying to sell them on Amazon for a profit, even though there's no software updates and the phones have limited radio band compatibility.
    11-18-19 06:53 PM
  17. the_boon's Avatar
    The "sudden increase" means that the retailers in India and Indonesia sold off their remaining inventory, and the companies that bought them are trying to sell them on Amazon for a profit, even though there's no software updates and the phones have limited radio band compatibility.
    We don't know if the stock that those Canadian retailers are currently selling are leftover Indian/Indonesian stock.

    Not every BBF100-6 is Indian.
    11-18-19 10:22 PM
  18. whatnow00's Avatar
    All kidding aside, am I the only one that finds the tracking Facebook, Google, et al. conduct across the Web exceedingly intrusive and creepy?

    I use browsers and extensions that block these kinds of trackers completely for my personal browsing, so I don't receive targeted ads when I browse. I don't block ads because I support the right of commercial web sites to sell and profit from them, but I don't support the commercial surveillance of my private browsing.

    I would encourage everyone who values their privacy and prefers not to have their private data used to profile them for targeted ads, political opinions, etc. to switch to a privacy-committed browser, search engine, etc., and to use Privacy Badger, No Scripts, and other similar extensions to protect themselves online.

    From the screen of my trusty Z10 using the exceptional BlackBerry VKB.
    The Brave browser does all that for you with no need for extensions.
    11-19-19 08:47 AM

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