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Pokémon Go Mania Sweeps the Country … So T-Mobile Thanks Customers with Free Pokémon Data and More | T-Mobile Newsroom

romantium:

If you have T-Mobile, check this out!!!!

On July 19th, as part of next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays, the Un-carrier will give customers great ways to take their Pokémon Go skillz to a whole new level, including …

  • Free, unlimited data on Pokémon Go, so it won’t touch your high-speed data—for a full year!
  • Free Lyft rides up to $15 to get to a new PokéStop or Gym
  • Free Wendy’s Frosty to fuel up for your hunting trip
  • 50% off select accessories – including portable power packs and chargers at T-Mobile stores – so you can keep on playing for hours

On top of that, 250 people will each win $100 in PokéCoins, and five people will win a Pokémon Go hunting trip anywhere in the U.S. for themselves and a guest!

The new offers will be visible in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on iOS and Android and at www.t-mobiletuesdays.com starting tomorrow, so customers can get ready for next Tuesday.


TODAY IS THE DAY!!! DON’T FORGET TO REDEEM!!!

Pokémon Go Mania Sweeps the Country … So T-Mobile Thanks Customers with Free Pokémon Data and More | T-Mobile Newsroom

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Pokémon Go Mania Sweeps the Country … So T-Mobile Thanks Customers with Free Pokémon Data and More | T-Mobile Newsroom

If you have T-Mobile, check this out!!!!

On July 19th, as part of next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays, the Un-carrier will give customers great ways to take their Pokémon Go skillz to a whole new level, including …

  • Free, unlimited data on Pokémon Go, so it won’t touch your high-speed data—for a full year!
  • Free Lyft rides up to $15 to get to a new PokéStop or Gym
  • Free Wendy’s Frosty to fuel up for your hunting trip
  • 50% off select accessories – including portable power packs and chargers at T-Mobile stores – so you can keep on playing for hours

On top of that, 250 people will each win $100 in PokéCoins, and five people will win a Pokémon Go hunting trip anywhere in the U.S. for themselves and a guest!

The new offers will be visible in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on iOS and Android and at www.t-mobiletuesdays.com starting tomorrow, so customers can get ready for next Tuesday.

Pokémon Go Mania Sweeps the Country … So T-Mobile Thanks Customers with Free Pokémon Data and More | T-Mobile Newsroom

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Here’s All The Data Pokemon Go Is Collecting From Your Phone

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dabneycoleperson:

seaththescaleless:

buzzfeed:

Like most apps that work with the GPS in your smartphone, Pokemon Go can tell a lot of things about you based on your movement as you play: Where you go, when you went there, how you got there, how long you stayed, and who else was there. And, like many developers who build those apps, Niantic keeps that information.

According to the Pokemon Go privacy policy, Niantic may collect — among other things — your email address, IP address, the web page you were using before logging into Pokemon Go, your user name, and your location. And if you use your Google account for sign-in, unless you specifically revoke it, Niantic has access to your entire Google account. That means Niantic has read and write access to your email, Google Drive docs, and more. (It also means that if the Niantic servers are hacked, whoever hacked the servers would potentially have access to your entire Google account. And you can bet the game’s extreme popularity has made it a target for hackers. Given the number of children playing the game, that’s a scary thought.) You can check what kind of access Niantic has to your Google account here.

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My IT expert girlfriend on this:

“The person who wrote this has no understanding of metrics work

Literally every web service to ever exist NEEDS your IP address to function,

email addresses are used to log in,

and they use “previous site tracking” to determine where they’re getting the most traffic from so they can better advertise there

Bullshit clickbait fear shit like this pisses me off so much

because it freaks people out unnecessarily while spreading misinformation for profit

Like they claim they have R/W authority over your email address, but

Google API literally just exists to use one-login functions and doesn’t authorize that sort of use”

TL/DR: Buzzfeed is fear mongering for profit Like usual.

This is like the third laughably stupid Pokemon Go scare mongering clickbait article I’ve seen in the last 24 hours. Another one I saw made a big deal out of the fact that you need to give Pokemon Go permission to use a lot of your phone’s functions without really acknowledging that the game would not be functional otherwise. Like no shit Pokemon Go can track where I am at any given moment. That’s the whole point of the game, bozo.

additionally, niantic just released an update to the app that specifically allows you to control more of its google crossover abilities, and gives clarity on how and where to revoke them, which you can do at any time.

Here’s All The Data Pokemon Go Is Collecting From Your Phone

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Archive Bangtan

archivebangtan:

Hello ARMYs!

I am an anonymous long time fan who wants to help old and new fans alike have a place they could visit to view the video history of BTS. 

I have created an archive to catalogue their video logs, Bangtan Bombs, BTS episodes, TV shows, jacket shootings, making of MVs, radio shows, video albums, and so on.

Most everything is English subtitled. I thank all of those fans who, over the years, have dedicated their time, knowledge and money in subtitling videos and/or purchasing and sharing videos.

Please follow the blog for future updates. Enjoy!

Archive Bangtan