If you do not want to create an IMDb account and set your preferences there you need to:
Add X-FORWARDED-FOR with U.S. IP address to your HTTP headers. You can lookup example U.S. IP address from any proxy list, e.g. http://proxylist.hidemyass.com/.
The X-Forwarded-For (XFF) HTTP header field is a de facto standard for identifying the originating IP ...
Facebook now strips all metadata from posted pictures to avoid this problem:
What information can someone see when they download my photo from Facebook?
However, be careful when you post links to photos on other websites or when using third-party image hosting services with Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Do the following with the latest Google Map (as of 2015-10-15):
Select the location by clicking it:
Click the link with latitude and longitude, you will get the map with the location marked:
You can copy the link after verifying the map.
No, you can't do that. There is nothing in Gmail's settings to restrict from where your account can be accessed.
Really, you shouldn't have to. Google already does some checking to see if your account is being accessed from wildly divergent locations.
According to the Google Online Security Blog:
You may remember that a while back we launched remote sign ...
I'm not sure if hotmail updated their functionality, but earlier Hotmail & AOL used to include sender's IP address X-Originating-IP in the email header. Same is applicable for Yahoo as well.
However, if you send through GMAIL, ip address will not be included in the email if you send it through web ui. I remember that they have updated so that even ...
Go to your LastPass Vault, Then to Settings > Equivalent Domains. You want to make sure the Yelp Domains you use, are considered equivalent.
This is what I added:
yelp.com, yelp.be, yelp.ca
Apply the changes in the Settings, (requires Lastpass Master Password verification)
As for Auto Login, that only works if there is a form to AutoFill. So unless you ...
As of 2016, the only solution that works for me is:
Go to "Options"
In the "Default Search" click "Manage"
Enter the following details:
Name = Google USA
Keyword = google.com
URL = https://www.google.com/search?q=%s&pws=0&gl=us&gws_rd=cr
Then click Google USA and click "Make Default"
IMDB currently uses Accept-Language header to detect the browser language.
In case you need to do it anyway, the workaround will be similar to the X-FORWARDED-FOR header modification, which can be accomplished with one of the most popular extensions:
ModHeader for Chrome:
Choose the request header Accept-Language and set the value as en-US, or
Google Photos is able to handle only the level 1 locations, therefore you are left with an option to give up on exact coordinates and set up only approximate location.
level 1: Île Amsterdam (which is: -37.8324742, 77.5359067)
level 2: 5HG4+RX La Roche Godon, French Southern Territories
level 3: -37.822906, 77.557429
You can also try to submit a request ...
The tweet contains geolocation data only if the app that created the tweet included it. Many camera apps do this but most others don't. Users may also have disabled GPS.
My app TweetsToRSS displays this whenever geolocation data is available in the tweet. The app generates RSS data for rss feed readers. It also generates plain HTML output that can be viewed ...
Can an IP address be incorrect?
For all practical purposes, No.
Is this something I should worry about?
Again, No. It is effectively the location of a node that handles your traffic, and though probably 'local' this can change.
It depends on what they include in the email's headers. E.g. X-Originating-IP:
In 1999 Hotmail included an X-Originating-IP email header field that
shows the IP address of the sender. As of December 2012, Hotmail
removed this header field, replacing it with X-EIP (meaning encoded
IP) with the stated goal of protecting users' privacy.
Some services ...
you could try doing a reverse image search, whereby you upload the image to google's image search page, and google will search for similar images to the one you uploaded, if it finds any matches, you can visit the web page the similar image is located on and check it for any clues as to the location, more info on this method is located here:
If any one wants to use jsoup (HTML parser) in Java, it's like this:
Document doc = Jsoup.connect("http://www.imdb.com/chart/top").header("Accept-Language", "en").get();
Elements elems = doc.select("td.titleColumn");
for (Element e : elems)
// Do Something
According to the Google payments help page Change your home, business, or billing address and country:
Each payments profile can be associated only with one country due to tax regulations on the payment methods you pay with. You can't change the country for an existing payments profile and need to create a new profile to add another country. Creating a ...
I understand your desire here. I don't know of a way to do these using the foursquare settings, however you might be able to hide the checkins using Facebook's privacy settings, or disabling Foursquare in your activity feed. Experiment and let us know.
I'm not sure whether still relevant five years later! (Tagged untagged it has probably been "under the horizon" for many.)
From whereismimiyu (15 May, 2015):
On the left upper side there is a button that will show you your current locations (if GPS is on and you accepted the condition of daum map using your gps).
This is the same position as for Naver ...