Yep option opt out LastPass has no place anywhere in the Android app that is an opt-in or an opt out for any of this nonsense, don't know what they're talking about and they're telling you there's we have the ability to opt out, none.
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Sure adding +whateverthefuk is simple enough to do but in practice if you don't remember to go into Gmail and add send as with that plus in there you might find yourself screwed when a company is telling you they can't verify you because your email address on file doesn't match what you're sending your documents from.
So make sure you do that if you're using the plus and also there are some websites that don't allow the use of plus or dash in an email extensions, yeah you're stupid and it is done deliberately because the default is to allow the dash and the plus in an email extension string but there are those who believe it's a security risk and they're even some who erroneous believe that spammers often use the dash or the plus in email names which is, of course comical and absolutely not true.
as a matter of fact that belief doesn't make any sense at all when you just think it logically through you'll know that that's kind of not what spammers do and it certainly not what fishers do.
You all would be talking about Copy+Paste, this leaving the first field in touched.
however even that is an issue as there are plenty of web designers out there that code the fields so that you have to manually enter the information again to match you it doesn't allow you to copy paste or cut and paste, and it's definitely an easy enough thing to do.
Good that way WhatsApp servers will have unencrypted data under servers to be hacked at a later time because you can't look at code to see if it's valicious of as you can see it it it's all encrypted form Therefore your data is no longer in Cryptid from point A to point B somewhere in the middle as WhatsApp server looking at unencrypted data that may or may not be executable and may or may not be your photos that you want to remain private or anything that you said that you want to make privates.
Here is what happened last week coming into US O'Hare from Banff Canada (I do this once a month).
They ask me to turn on my phone, I do. They ask to see (hold) it, I oblige. They ask for the PIN. I say no, and add, if I am going to jail for it, let's add assault.
They give my phone back. "On your way sir, your cleared.".
Don't try that. We'll see who I get next month!