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There is also the ability to speak within groups through the app.
Users can also make calls and send images, videos, and even call phone numbers if they are overseas.
If you delve into either, what you are in store for is most of the fun and emotional fulfillment of an affair without all the horribly complicated real world bullshit that fucking, dating and hanging out entails. You never get to know your romantic love interest as they really and truly are in real time flesh, blood and mind. You are also likely to develop a sense of "animism" about your computer and ultimately a mutated case of "objectum-sexuality" about it and the ritual of experiencing your human lover "through" it's highly controllable, plastic medium.
The word "animism" comes from the Latin word for "breath" or "soul" and it refers to the belief that inanimate objects are sentient beings, i.e.; that they have intelligence, feelings, and are able to communicate.
On the other end of the tech spectrum, for the Android app, users must agree to all permissions before using Messenger.
There are a few things that need to be addressed with ANY type of app.
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Facebook states that, “The concerns about its Messenger app are overblown and based on misinformation.” Shocker.
When Sam Fiorella of the Huffington Post heard of the emergence of this latest app, he wrote an article about some of the most aggressive permissions that we, the user, have accepted when we agree to download the free app.
Facebook, as well as other companies who use mobile apps, requires the acceptance of an alarming amount of personal data. Fiorella wrote: “If you’re one of those 1,000,000,000 people who have downloaded the Facebook Messenger app, take a moment to read the following. Let’s all take a deep breath, and try not to jump off a ledge. Fiorella needs to understand is that many of these permission requests are neither uncommon nor unreasonable.
In short, Facebook states that “due to Android’s rigid policy on permission, Facebook doesn’t get to write its own, and instead must use generic language provided to them by Android.
The language in the permissions doesn’t necessarily reflect the way the Messenger app uses them.” (quote from a Help Center article Facebook posted).This is a very common practice nowadays and people do it all the time.