"You have a new memory"...
No I don't, I have the same dodgy recollection of the past that I always did.
"What was for dinner yesterday?"... not a clue unless I look at the dribbles down my shirt.
Anyway, Photos seems to think I ought to be reminded of people & places I haven't recalled in years & announces out of the blue, "You have a new memory"...
I click on it & I'm greeted with an image from 2007, of my partner.
Well, honestly I do remember who she is, I'm not that bad - in fact I just saw her, seconds ago, she's still fine...
...but when did Photos turn into Facebook & decide to prompt me with this kind of thing?
More importantly, how do I switch it off?
Not just the notification, I want it to simply not do that.
I'm not still at school, taking selfies & pictures of my food every day, I don't want my professional environment besmirched by 'social media'-type actions.
Plus points for how it's actually doing this. Does it just flip a coin & present me with some random picture, or is it more insidious?
I don't have any photos stored or shared on iCloud.
[Facebook, you'll be happy to know, I dissuaded from this kind of thing years ago. People still use it to try to contact me... eventually they'll learn ;-)
In a more serious tone - how does this sit with GDPR?
I didn't opt-in to this.