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But the fact that the same themes keep appearing over and over again in new packaging speaks volumes about where I live and the attitudes of the people whom I share my space with. It also well and truly establishes the fact that most people here have little or no idea how technology like phones and apps is used or how it does the things that it does.Generally speaking, most of these flaps start with some kind of missive being passed around. It might be a warning notice from the sheriff or letter being sent out by the principal. Or it might something that’s raised at a parent teacher association meeting or a town hall assembly.Typically, somebody has heard from a friend of a friend, or has read on some internet forum somewhere, that a particular phone app is dangerous in some way, and people should avoid it. Particularly children. There is generally some kind of moral outrage attached to it that seems plausible at first glance, but and when you look into it you find that it’s either based on misinterpretation or on things that can easily be debunked.Although these flaps come in all shapes and sizes, they tend to come in several distinct flavors.A favorite is a rumor that a real app that is supposedly being misused in some way. I’ve lost track of the number of times a memo has been handed out to parents telling them that a criminal gang has been randomly contacting children over apps like Facebook messenger or Instagram in which the gang supposedly engages children in conversation, pretending to be another child, and then offers them money in the form of iTunes vouchers or similar in order to perform innocuous tasks such as taking a picture of local stores or of something in their school.The memo generally ends up with the gang either asking for indecent pictures in exchange for large quantities of money, by which time the gang now has enough information from the pictures that the child has taken to figure out who they are and where they live. So that they can either blackmail them or kidnap them.Another favorite is that a popular phone app is actually a booby-trap of some kind. Created to snare unsuspecting users.A year or so back the sheriff put out a warning that the Talking Tomcat app was secretly owned by a child abduction gang, and that every time you used it, it would take a picture of you and send it to the gang, and if they liked what they saw they’d activate a backdoor in the app that would allow them to take control of Tom. At which time they’d tell you that you’d been selected to try a special version of the app with an advanced AI built in that made it seem like you were talking to a real person.The warning held that the gang would try to befriend whoever used it, while pretending to be a chat bot, and that they would either entice people to send them in indecent photographs, or would lure them somewhere so that they could be abducted.If you think that you can spot a theme, you’d be correct.In almost all cases the apps are supposed to be being used to set people up to take naked pictures of themselves or to be abducted. In some cases the pictures are of other people, or the person who is being abducted will be a friend that the app user is supposedly tricked into nominating for abduction.While it’s not unheard of for people to be lured into doing things by somebody over a chat app, what makes most of these cases particularly stupid is that they contain details that should flag them as being hoaxes or urban legends. But which the people of my town – whom still act as if the Vietnam war is going on – aren’t sophisticated enough to see through.The flaps are peppered with all sorts of ridiculous details. Like fake version of real apps coming pre-installed on phones from big name stores or even from the network providers themselves (most of which seem to be secretly owned by the Clintons). Or apps being downloaded from secret areas on app stores that can only be accessed through an invitation sent out by whatever gang (AKA the Clintons) is supposed to be behind them.You’d be amazed at how many of the flaps start with a memo saying some variation on “If you or your child receive an email offering a link to a members only area of … app store” or “access to secret areas on … app”. Or “offering a code to unlock secret features in … app”.In some cases the claims being made are downright ridiculous.I think that I must have seen at least 10 messages warning about a “Private members only” areas on Club Penguin that came out after Club Penguin was shut down.We even had one in which Facebook had supposedly created a subliminal messaging system in order to make people addicted to their app, but a rogue programmer had supposedly stolen the code and created a game called Cookie Crusher that could only be downloaded from a certain link to a secret area of the iTunes app store, and it that forced users to play it constantly. Users would get more and more addicted, and would start having physical withdrawal symptoms if they didn’t complete a new level every day. The game was supposed to be easy at first but would eventually get to a level that was impossible to complete. The users would become so desperate that they would click on a “cheat link” which would ask them to take a picture of something and would then let them complete the level. This would go on in a cycle. A few easy levels, and then an impossible level which you could only complete by taking a picture to “cheat”.By now, you’ve probably guessed that the pictures would start of being innocuous. Like taking a picture of a cat or a dog, and by the time the user was totally addicted it would become something perverted.Apparently, both Apple and Google are fully aware of what is going on, but either choose to look the other way in exchange for kickbacks or political favors (You just know that there’s going to be a Clinton involved in this somewhere), or they are the source of the compromised apps themselves because they are part of some secret society or secret government program.While this might seem quite funny, it is an absolute pain in the neck for those of us who understand that 99% of these things are hoaxes or creepypasta, as we’re repeatedly subjected to them, and to the precautions that well meaning individuals such as the sheriff and the school principal have tried to put in to protect everyone. 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