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Pitney Bowes doesn’t just make postage meters. The $1.2B company is also a data broker with a catalog of records for 100,000 neighborhoods located in 925 cities & 83 countries around the world. It sells this data to Google, Twitter, Zillow & others. https://t.co/BDc6scWYZv

Airbnb’s rules allow surveillance cameras in the living rooms & common areas of rentals. So, what happens to all that recorded audio & video of guests? It belongs to the host. https://t.co/DhW2frfN19

Official Equifax timeline of the worst data breach in American history: 7/29/17: 💩 8/15/17: 💩 8/25/17: 💩💩💩💩 9/4/17: 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩 9/7/17: Hey America, we lost 145 million identities. 9/18/17: 💩💩💩 10/2/17: 💩💩 More from @BreachPodcast – https://t.co/dpzWilLI2Z

RT @WolfieChristl: Exactly 1 year ago today, FB announced to shut down ‘partner categories’, a feature to target users based on data from d…

“Mom we have discussed this,” the teen commented on Gwyneth’s Instagram post. “You may not post anything without my consent.” https://t.co/0GkCek525J #privacy #facialrecognition #kidsprivacy #instagram

RT @tomgara: What an incredible scam: Office Depot offered customers a “PC Health Check” that didn’t actually scan their computers, it just…

[email protected] charges that Facebook’s ad platform is a digital redlining tool at scale, enabling advertisers to discriminate by “race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin, or disability.” 42 USC 3604(a)(f)(1). https://t.co/R3m3UMz8gF #digitalredlining #fairhousing

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