I find it odd that you use an iPad and a PC and you appear to be only worried about using BTYahoo/Oath "unless I give my digital life to Oath which is not going to happen". with no concern about how Microsoft and Apple happily gather information from your devices not to mention the "permissions" that the apps will have been given in order to operate.
Yes you are correct but I suppose the new rules are making us more cautious going forward. I do not see that I should be agreeing to allow Oath to start doing this, as all I want is my BT email accessed as I used to.
I have just created one of my BT emails on the PC as an IMAP account. If I right click on the email address where the folders are displayed I can see IMAP folders but I cannot see a Spam folder. How do I get access through IMAP to the Spam folder?
Has anyone actually tried to unsubscribe from Oath cookies. there are about a dozen or more separate organisatuions each of which has 8-10 separate opt-in or opt-out settings, some of which you have to go through capcha or pictorial anti-bot checks (ironic eh?)
Makes Facebook seem like a user friendly manager of permissions
Come on BT - you said you were going to migrate us off the Yahoo platform years ago and we have to put up with this nonsense!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you are that bothered by it, don't use webmail, use a mail client, no cookies then. There is a global opt-out in any case you don't have to opt out individually.
I'm more bothered by the fact that BT still haven't moved some of us off the yahoo platform as was promised years ago
Derek P, I have the same concern, opting out is not a simple process. Ticking the opt out of all option works up to the point the submit button is greyed out. Oddly I only get this screen come up on one sub account, I have not seen it at all on main and other sub account.