I remember the first time I saw a forward facing camera on a phone.
I was like.
What the actual fuck.
What possible reason would you need to have a camera on both sides of your phone?
So weird how selfies became a thing.
If I could access someone's data phone camera, I sure would be annoyed if the only access I had was one facing the surface it's resting on.
Turn that frown upside down.
Just put a camera on both sides, duh!
Ah no way! Nobody accesses your camera or microphone.
Sure is weird when I randomly lose battery power unexpectedly during periods of idle with no apps or downloads turned on.
We give apps ridiculous permissions and even those transparent permissions are a serious invasion of privacy.
Then the things that I say get turned into ads.
There's a totally reasonable explanation for that.
The other analytics are just so good that it knows that you wanted the thing before you even talked about it. Coincidence.
Yes, I see now. The tech Goliaths of the modern world have so much data that they don't need THAT data, because that would be bad form.
Need to find some tape to cover these "features" that I personally only use once in a blue moon. Full Zuckerberg.
But then how will you take a picture of it to post it on social media?
I don't know!?
Don't worry I'm still unlocking it with a fingerprint scanner.
Did I mention GPS?