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Hey...Cariboo 4x4

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jeffcat

08-09-2018 11:11:13




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Does this photo look a bit familiar? ????????? That photo is from three years ago and GOOGLE mines photos out of your laptop!!!! I never ever posted that shot. Have had several pulled from my files. Look up a wheel horse trailer. A few in you will find one sitting in a flea market. I bought that trailer and posted a photo to a friend. Three days later it popped up in a search engine. Guess I take good photos? This sickle bar is the extra long deluxe 5 foot one. I took it off and put on a standard 3 1/2 foot bar. I forgot to put it away so now I did. Also notice I put a set of extra heavy and extra wide skids on it. In SJ sand soil it just sinks into the ground. The skids work perfectly but took hours to hand craft. When you mow with this one 5 footer it is like flying an airplane it is so wide.

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DoubleO7

08-11-2018 08:54:43




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to jeffcat, 08-09-2018 11:11:13  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

It is not stealing when you let them and fail to block them from doing so.

Almost like leaving your front door open and expecting no one to go in a steal stuff.



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Mule Meat

08-11-2018 08:49:36




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to jeffcat, 08-09-2018 11:11:13  
I laugh at people when they say google does not steal photos and files from your devices. If they dont.. Why in the hell do they put up You Tube videos and web pages telling you how to block them from doing so??

That is what Windows 10 was develope for.

Take a Samsung Android phone for example.. In the settings every single app must be allowed or blocked for google and anyone you contact access to your device.

It is not only phones and computers. Smart TV's that are voice activated can be monitered also. Installed a Sumsung tv for a lady and it actually stated in the manual that it can be spied on by third member parties. So anything said within ear shot of the tv can be heard by someone somewhere in the world.

Thank that your smart tv sping on you is BS???

https://www.wired.com/2017/02/smart-tv-spying-vizio-settlement

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DoubleO7

08-10-2018 20:07:55




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to jeffcat, 08-09-2018 11:11:13  
I did, it tells about requesting google or the website admin where it was posted to remove it. So that it does not show up in google image search in the future.

It says nothing about how it shows up in the google search prior to being posted to the www by the photo owner.



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DoubleO7

08-10-2018 14:27:23




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to jeffcat, 08-09-2018 11:11:13  
Your saying that google minds your laptop for pics.

Now it was your phone.

My Samsung phone keeps asking to allow a new app to look at your contacts and pictures. I always deny access.

Here are your sickle bar pics from1/23/2016

http://www.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=gardent&th=129536

Here is the trailer pic you posted on 11/17/2016

http://www.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=gardent&th=132555

Which pics did you never post?

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jeffcat

08-10-2018 17:18:06




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to DoubleO7, 08-10-2018 14:27:23  
It mined them. Couple days latter was when I posted on this site. Did you even watch the video?



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DoubleO7

08-09-2018 19:07:02




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to jeffcat, 08-09-2018 11:11:13  
The photo used by Cariboo4x4 was posted by you, here in 2016.

Unless your talking about one of the others?

You also posted the trailer here on YT before.

Google does not mine pics out of your computer.

When they get uploaded to a forum, they are "free game".

You send or recieve pics via gmail and their free game also.



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jeffcat

08-09-2018 21:01:58




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to DoubleO7, 08-09-2018 19:07:02  
Not busting cariboo's chops just saying there isn't anything secure if they want to get into it. Something about a server in a closet. Couple of days ago sprint turned the speed down on my phone till the months payment got in their payment office. Late by a couple of days. The video shows how they get stuff. The guy in the repair store turned off some kind of "share" switch in the phone's program.

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jeffcat

08-09-2018 20:33:59




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to DoubleO7, 08-09-2018 19:07:02  
Not busting cariboo's chops just saying there isn't anything secure if they want to get into it. Something about a server in a closet. Couple of days ago sprint turned the speed down on my phone till the months payment got in their payment office. Late by a couple of days.



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jeffcat

08-09-2018 20:28:37




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 Re: Hey...Cariboo 4x4 in reply to DoubleO7, 08-09-2018 19:07:02  
No the trailer picture went to my friend on a saturday in an E mail. He didn't want it so I bought it. Two or three days latter I was looking for the older smaller cart they made and up pops my photo in a search engine. They very much DO Post from your photos. When I was at the Berlin farmers market just took three or four pictures. Next thing maybe 20 minutes latter up comes a review of the flea market with MY PHOTOS. Not even a thank you. From experience guy. Also have had gmail a little over a year. Know several others including a phone repair guy who had stuff show up from their phones.

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