Uninstalled Phone App Tracking now seems to be the new way to market to us. Remover an App and within moments they will start marketing directly to the IP. Once again Privacy is disregarded in lieu of profits. I am hoping that both Apple and Google make examples of these companies. I am glad to be back with no travel planned for the next 30 days. So stay tuned in.
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