Once in a while I get a message from Photobucket. They will pick one of my private photo from my private phone album and ask me if I want to post it on their site! I don't want to do that. My photos are private and have told them "NO!" many times but they continue to do that. Why is Android setting me up for this? Why don't they let me remove the Photobucket app from my phone? I have a 2 year contract with T-Mobile and I can not just change carrier and phone OS. I need help. This has been going on for the past 6 months. I always go to 'Running Application' to stop the process but lasts only for couple hours. Is Android OK with this? I have a screen capture of this event with Photobucket with my private photo and would like to discuss it at the State Attorney Office if I can't find a solution. But I would like help resolving this from this forum. Google = Android and Google is definitely being EVIL here. I hope Photobucket hasn't done anything sinister yet, however I feel like being violated already. Please Android people, help me. If this issue has been discussed in the past I apologize - couldn't find any except how to root my phone and remove the app. Please help me find the link if I missed a solution.