The risk in disposing of electronic devices

When you buy a new electronic device, do you consider how you will dispose of it? When your computer dies there are implications for identity theft if you do not dispose of it properly.  You may have heard about hard drives from disposed computers being examined in distant countries to discover the identity of the …

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Browbeating by secularists

From referendums to climate change, secularists will not tolerate differences from their opinion. The failure to accept election results is a manifestation of the teenage tantrums of modern society – recent well-known examples being the Scottish Independence Referendum on 18/9/2014, the Brexit referendum on 23/6/2016 and Donald Trump's Presidential election victory on 8/11/2016. The secularist …

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BT and identifying cold callers

Following my blogpost on cold calling, another issue is the problem of identification. Occasionally British Telecom (BT) phone me. The most recent call was to remind me to renew my broadband with them. This needs serious consideration because tonight I sent an email which did not go through. What was the reason? This is what …

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BT Yahoo limiting the number of domestic emails

I have spent about 1½ hours on a BT help call to determine: 1. those wanting to move away from BT will have their former BT email address supported for free for one month; this has been recently reduced from three months. After that, it will cost £1.60/month to continue to use it. 2. domestic …

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