Ok so you are trying to log in to the website. Which browser, OS? I think a little more information is needed. And apologies in advance that I’m not personally going to be able to help as I’m not tech literate enough!
And a mainstream browser I suppose, edge or Chrome or something?
I’ll see what I can find out.
My only other suggesting in the meantime is to clear browser cookies and try again as a step up from switching it off and on again. But that’s the limit of my tech know how I’m afraid!
In the mean time, if you use facebook to login, maybe don’t logout, and if you find yourself logged out and need to log back in, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll set your password so you can login with a good ol’ fashioned login and password.
Hmm. I would argue that Google is worse than Facebook.
Pretty much all information on Facebook is volunteered by its users.
Google reads your emails. Listens to anything happening around your phone. Scans your internet search history. Sells you even scarier products like google home and google nest (as if smartphones weren’t bad enough!)
Heh, somehow i forgot tracks your location everywhere you go, even when GPS or even your phone are “turned off”
Ever visited a site that featured a facebook share button? That’s facebook knowing you visited that site (unless you have those kind of things blocked in some way). I’m convinced they do that even if you aren’t logged into your account, or don’t have a facebook account.
From a few web searches, it seem that facebook reaches about half the number of people as Google does with advertisements. Furthermore, people seem to engage more on average with Facebook’s ads. If Google is the largest advertiser (in our Western world at least), Facebook is a very close second (I’ve seen numbers claiming a 70% to 80% monopoly on digital ads for these two companies), and the number 3 seems to be miles and miles behind that (to be honest, I can’t find it, which should be at least a bit self-explanatory…).