Delete Social Media Apps To Protect Your Privacy & Security

Top social media apps are hard at work snooping on your net activity. Social media apps are how big tech oligarchs track your online activity. They are providing a treasure trove of information where else you go on the net. Tracking your location, where you shop, among other things you’re doing. Delete those nosy apps and use a mobile web browser to ensure your privacy.

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Tutorial how substituting a mobile web browse for social media apps best protects your privacy and security online

In reality apps are only a shortcut to a website, with added data tracking and location collection. If you’re concerned about you’re privacy, Facebook, and Twitter apps must go!

Many people think they can’t live without their social media apps. But breaking that habit is a must. Messenger must go as well! A more secure messenger replacement is LIne. Send free one-on-one and group texts, and make free calls to your friends anytime, anywhere. LINE is available for a variety of smartphone devices (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Nokia.) and even on your PC.

I’m now using Opera mobile browser on my Google Pixel 3, which soon will be replaced with an iPhone. Also disable Chrome browser if you’re using an Android device. Chrome is a good definition of Google spyware, sending all your activity home to the mother ship.

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Screenshot of Opera mobile browser logged into FidoSysop Twitter account.

As you can see in the above screenshot Opera mobile browser works perfect on Twitter. The same goes for Facebook, GAB, and PolitiChatter. If you have an Android device i also suggest disabling any un-necessary or un-used Google services.

Are you tired of political bias censorship on social media? While you’re here check out FidoSysop Forum. It’s transport layer security (ssl-tls) is the best in the industry, ensuring your privacy. There is no fear of being given a posting suspension when commenting on hot topics such as politics. Here’s further info and how to become a member.

System operator (sysop) of doc's place computer bulletin board system online since 1991. I'm also a retired auto dealer turned internet guru helping dealers sell more cars with modern Internet technology. Hanging out in cyberspace keeping up with tech!

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