The ONS said this was partly due to a rise in consumer spending despite people feeling poorer.
The Bank of England is so concerned by the levels of consumer debt it has launched a major review of lending practices.
In her opinion, a privacy setting that says “Only me” attached to her phone number meant it shouldn’t be shared with any of her Facebook friends – and certainly should not accessible by me, as I’m not even one of her online friends. Or picture meeting someone at a party and giving them your phone number – and not realising that you were also potentially sharing your full name and other contact information.
And yet, if I entered her phone number into Facebook it would instantly tell me that she owned the number. You can probably dream up other privacy concerns of your own about this Facebook “feature”.
If you use Facebook, your phone number may not be as private as you think.
A way in which Facebook privacy can be abused has come to light that will shock many users, but that the social network itself seems to consider a deliberate feature.
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