Scrub away Facebook tracking your history — even when you’re Off Facebook

Ever suspect the Facebook app is listening to you? What we now know is even creepier.

Facebook is giving us a new way to glimpse just how much it knows about us: On Tuesday, the social network made a long-delayed “Off-Facebook Activity” tracker available to its 2 billion members. It shows Facebook and sister apps Instagram and Messenger don’t need a microphone to target you with those eerily specific ads and posts — they’re all up in your business countless other ways.

You can see how Facebook is stalking you…The “Off-Facebook Activity” tracker will show you 180 days’ worth of the data Facebook collects about you from the many organizations and advertisers in cahoots with it. This page, buried behind lots of settings menus (here’s a direct link), is the product of a promise CEO Mark Zuckerberg made during the height of the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal to provide ways we can “clear the history” in our accounts.

The article is worthwhile, an easy read…and here’s a link to the article. Meanwhile, I’ve included the direct link in the paragraph above. It is easy enough to just click the link, read and make your choice(s).

I did.

(Not only has) UPS ordered 10,000 electric delivery trucks…


UPS has ordered 10,000 electric delivery trucks from electric vehicle maker Arrival, in what it calls a move to accelerate fleet electrification.

It’s the shipping giant’s largest-ever single order of electric vehicles

UPS also announced it is partnering with Waymo to test autonomous vehicle package pickups in the Phoenix area. UPS said Waymo’s Chrysler Pacific minivans will shuttle packages from UPS Stores to a UPS sorting facility, with a driver on board to monitor operations. The technology allows the company to test later pickups at UPS stores…

RTFA for even more purchases, tests, investments. Looking forward to that brown truck rolling into our driveway – sooner or later – under electric power.