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All ur motion is ourz
#1
I saw this message on a Brave browser and thought it odd.

Found this.

Quote:If you use either the Chrome or Brave browser, you may have come across that rather startling warning that says “This site has been blocked from using motion sensors.” If you are on your laptop or, especially, your desktop computer, you may find this puzzling, understandably. What motion are they going to detect from your desktop computer? And why and how would they use it?

More at: https://www.theinternetpatrol.com/about-...-browsers/

This internet stuff gets stupider and stupider, IMO.

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#2
"Of course, it’s worth repeating here again that, as SlashGear notes, “those seemingly innocent sensors can also become doorways into users’ lives.”

As I have mentioned before, many places... your Grandchildren will see your history online if they wish and Discover where you went and your interests. Might want to tone it down..maybe..... stay away from certain sites and abandon the porn...... just saying
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(03-14-2021, 04:18 PM)PLOTUS Wrote: "Of course, it’s worth repeating here again that, as SlashGear notes, “those seemingly innocent sensors can also become doorways into users’ lives.”

As I have mentioned before, many places... your Grandchildren will see your history online if they wish and Discover where you went and your interests. Might want to tone it down..maybe..... stay away from certain sites and abandon the porn...... just saying

Abandon PORN?

What's left?
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#4
I have noticed that I can sit and watch a 1.5 hour video with nothing happening to my computer.  However, if I get up and go work while listening to a video in the background, when I come back 30 minutes later, the screen will be black.
How does it know when I'm not at my computer? 


This is a question I've been asking myself, because this computer is custom built by a man I do business with, and my monitor doesn't have a camera. 
I guess I found my answer; it's in the browser.
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(03-14-2021, 05:20 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: I have noticed that I can sit and watch a 1.5 hour video with nothing happening to my computer.  However, if I get up and go work while listening to a video in the background, when I come back 30 minutes later, the screen will be black.
How does it know when I'm not at my computer? 


This is a question I've been asking myself, because this computer is custom built by a man I do business with, and my monitor doesn't have a camera. 
I guess I found my answer; it's in the browser.

 could be your display setting. check your display power settings, they might be set to power the screen off after 30mins.while watch the video you may be moving the cursor, volume hitting a key or some activity that keeps it on.
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