Reena’s Xploration Challenge #224

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Quora deleted a post of mine, talking about the malpractices followed by money-lending apps to trap borrowers, labelling it as spam. The appeal to reinstate the post is also rejected. I was only creating financial awareness, as there are so many gullible borrowers out there.

The same post attracted a positive response on Facebook and LinkedIn.

To each platform their own… this brings me to the prompt lines for this week.

PROMPT #224

  1. If I were an app….

2. Quote

Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do, and what is right to do.

Peter Stewart

Choose one or both, and write whatever comes to mind.

There is no restriction on length or format of the piece. There is no last date either, unless you wish to be featured in the Weekly Wrap. 

Any post that is found to be offensive, vulgar or something that hurts common sensibilities will not be included. This needs to be a safe space.

Create a post on your blog, and copy-paste the link in Comments. In case you are using a pingback, do check back to see if it has worked.

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24 thoughts on “Reena’s Xploration Challenge #224

      1. No, we’re not. An app that I use (for a convenience store delivery thing) basically says that if you download it you have to accept random push notifications from everyone they’ve ever worked with. The only way to stop it is to turn off notifications for the app in your settings – but that also turns off the notification that the person has delivered your items. It had just forced yet another push notification on me right before I read your post…

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        1. Unfortunately, there are no laws to regulate this imposition of conditions.

          It makes sense to delete all apps not in use, as those are constantly sucking data from your phone.

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