• Line in the sand?

    The uk has long had a tradition of being tolerant and supporting freedom of speech should we draw a line in the sand ,ignore Teressa May and others and move on from Mayor Johnston’s remarks re Burka ,those offended might consider our history of freedom of speech and him not advocating a ban on the burka,
    The uk has long had a tradition of being tolerant and supporting freedom of speech should we draw a line in the sand ,ignore Teressa May and others and move on from Mayor Johnston’s remarks re Burka ,those offended might consider our history of freedom of speech and him not advocating a ban on the burka,
    10 answers · Other - Internet · 20 hours ago
  • Facebook message request?

    Best answer: Just ignore it or say no to the message request.
    Best answer: Just ignore it or say no to the message request.
    10 answers · Facebook · 2 days ago
  • Have the democrats taken the black vote for granted too long? Will this bite them in the 2018 midterms?

    Best answer: Its already bit them minority's, blacks, colored people will neve make the mistake again what they did with obama
    Best answer: Its already bit them minority's, blacks, colored people will neve make the mistake again what they did with obama
    6 answers · YouTube · 4 days ago
  • Facebook suspended my account, should I make new one?

    They suspended me, they won't give me a reason other than list of broke one of terms. Don't know which rules. Anyway should I make new account? Or don't do anything for a while maybe year or so before make new account? Ya know wanna keep myself profile low and hopefully they forget me before I made new... show more
    They suspended me, they won't give me a reason other than list of broke one of terms. Don't know which rules. Anyway should I make new account? Or don't do anything for a while maybe year or so before make new account? Ya know wanna keep myself profile low and hopefully they forget me before I made new account. Other people say it works some of them other it's didn't work and get suspended even after create new account.
    6 answers · Facebook · 13 hours ago
  • Am i going crazy? can someone please explain to me how facebook messenger works?

    I was on my bfs phone and i checked his messenger and it was like only 6 conversations, when usually it’s a whole lot like hundreds from over the years. i even checked his account info to make sure it wasn’t another account. it was the same. the 6 conversations were guy friends and then he deleted the app. so i... show more
    I was on my bfs phone and i checked his messenger and it was like only 6 conversations, when usually it’s a whole lot like hundreds from over the years. i even checked his account info to make sure it wasn’t another account. it was the same. the 6 conversations were guy friends and then he deleted the app. so i logged back in and boom! all of the previous messages (the ones of years and certainly more than 6) we’re back. i’m so confused. how was it when i opened it, it showed me a page of 6, and when i redowloand and login it shows everything. Also, i am aware of secret messages but there was no lock by these conversations and even then, those are always together with the normal conversations log. was it possible that i opened onto his calls log on messanger?? or what is this
    6 answers · Facebook · 2 days ago
  • If someone makes a Fake Facebook Account and uses someone elses picture as their profile pic can they get in trouble?

    Best answer: in trouble with whom? their mommy and daddy? the police wont care
    Best answer: in trouble with whom? their mommy and daddy? the police wont care
    7 answers · Facebook · 3 days ago
  • I don’t know if the facebook rumours are reall?

    Peoplw say the owner of facebook is able to view all my data and even sells it? Should I be worried or is it all a lie?
    Peoplw say the owner of facebook is able to view all my data and even sells it? Should I be worried or is it all a lie?
    8 answers · Facebook · 3 days ago
  • Why do people like Gmail so much?

    To me, the interface seems primitive. Like Yahoo Mail of 10 years ago.
    To me, the interface seems primitive. Like Yahoo Mail of 10 years ago.
    10 answers · Google · 4 days ago
  • Request new password for gmail?

    6 answers · Google · 3 days ago
  • How can someone have 1,500 or more friends?

    Best answer: Usually, that person doesn't actually know that many people. Most of the time, they just send random friend requests and add random people.

    A friend of mine has 1,600 FB friends. Most of them, he doesn't know personally.
    Best answer: Usually, that person doesn't actually know that many people. Most of the time, they just send random friend requests and add random people.

    A friend of mine has 1,600 FB friends. Most of them, he doesn't know personally.
    5 answers · Facebook · 1 day ago
  • Do ppl always respond to a facebook request?

    Lets say the girl you like you request her and she lives in a town 30 miles away and you don't have the same friends on facebook she might think hmm how did he find me? Well do you think she would delete your request? Or just ignore and let it pend? Like as in leave it pending
    Lets say the girl you like you request her and she lives in a town 30 miles away and you don't have the same friends on facebook she might think hmm how did he find me? Well do you think she would delete your request? Or just ignore and let it pend? Like as in leave it pending
    8 answers · Facebook · 5 days ago
  • Does my ISP actually see what websites I visit and what I search for in Google?

    Best answer: Most ISPs, in most countries, are required by law to record everything that passes through your service. At least, the best they can. ISPs do this to protect themselves (legally), as well as having means of providing information to law enforcement (with a court order). Things like encrypted passwords (HTTPS links)... show more
    Best answer: Most ISPs, in most countries, are required by law to record everything that passes through your service. At least, the best they can. ISPs do this to protect themselves (legally), as well as having means of providing information to law enforcement (with a court order).
    Things like encrypted passwords (HTTPS links) do not show details, only that you were connected.
    Also, ISPs show all connections to your service, so things like Torrents can be tracked when you are downloading a lot.

    The bottom line is, however, that ISPs don't have the time or resources to look at all this stuff, there is too much data. Only when legal matters come up that want records of what a specific customer did, do the logs get looked at...
    7 answers · Other - Internet · 4 days ago
  • Amazon refund?

    7 answers · Other - Internet · 4 days ago
  • Has the internet ruined society????

    Do u think the internet has ruined society??? I haven't used the internet in years and never plan to, but what do u think??? is the internet a problem??
    Do u think the internet has ruined society??? I haven't used the internet in years and never plan to, but what do u think??? is the internet a problem??
    10 answers · Other - Internet · 6 days ago
  • How to buy more Instagram followers?

    I have created new Instagram account. I need more followers to popular the accounts and my photos which i shared on that account.
    I have created new Instagram account. I need more followers to popular the accounts and my photos which i shared on that account.
    30 answers · Other - Internet · 2 weeks ago