Hello, Tumblr. I would like to inform you of a new feature in your Settings.

buriedrage:

Your location is accessible for you to view. That’s where you logged into your account tonight, last night, and the night before. In fact, I see it’s a pretty good log of where you have logged into your account dating back quite some time. The format is very detailed too.

FL-Orlando, US          Jan 13
(11.22.333.44)          Mon @ 12:00am

The information I used is obviously fake. That appears to be your city, state, and IP address, if I’m not mistaken.

What does this mean?

Well, let me stress that you can find this information by clicking on your Settings icon at the top of your dashboard and the Account option on the right side of the screen. You click two links, and you have your location staring you in the face.

Imagine you get online one day to find that your Tumblr account has been hacked. Now, not only do you have to worry about someone knowing your password, but you have to worry about your personal safety as well. That person could have easily seen your location. They know what time you usually log in, i.e. when you’re awake and, through that information, when you’re asleep. With a single password, a stranger can find you.

Some people are crazy, man, and I don’t like that Tumblr has just made it easier for crazy people to do crazy things. I’m tired of being cyber stalked by websites. The least Tumblr can do is hide that information unless it is requested.

Anyway, it’s just something that I found disturbing, and I wanted to inform anyone else who may not be comfortable with it.

Hello, Tumblr. I would like to inform you of a new feature in your Settings.

buriedrage:

Your location is accessible for you to view. That’s where you logged into your account tonight, last night, and the night before. In fact, I see it’s a pretty good log of where you have logged into your account dating back quite some time. The format is very detailed too.

FL-Orlando, US          Jan 13
(11.22.333.44)          Mon @ 12:00am

The information I used is obviously fake. That appears to be your city, state, and IP address, if I’m not mistaken.

What does this mean?

Well, let me stress that you can find this information by clicking on your Settings icon at the top of your dashboard and the Account option on the right side of the screen. You click two links, and you have your location staring you in the face.

Imagine you get online one day to find that your Tumblr account has been hacked. Now, not only do you have to worry about someone knowing your password, but you have to worry about your personal safety as well. That person could have easily seen your location. They know what time you usually log in, i.e. when you’re awake and, through that information, when you’re asleep. With a single password, a stranger can find you.

Some people are crazy, man, and I don’t like that Tumblr has just made it easier for crazy people to do crazy things. I’m tired of being cyber stalked by websites. The least Tumblr can do is hide that information unless it is requested.

Anyway, it’s just something that I found disturbing, and I wanted to inform anyone else who may not be comfortable with it.

lexask:

"Never have regrets, because at one point everything you did in life was exactly what you wanted"

- unknown

darkflametailz:

So ran into this on Youtube, and just could not (can not) stop laughing.

The words of our creed

fuckyeahvideogamequotes:

Al Mualim: ”Remember, nothing is true…”

Altair: “And everything is permitted.” - Al Mualim and Altair, Assassin’s Creed

Life is not a fairy tale and there are no happy endings - Achilles Davenport

ookamimelanor:

So… Who else thought that this scene in the game was a bit strange? Just me? Ok XD Gotta love Assassin’s Creed

ookamimelanor:

So… Who else thought that this scene in the game was a bit strange? Just me? Ok XD Gotta love Assassin’s Creed