Your privacy is *very* important to us.

Not quite as important as us having all your data. But pretty important. On a scale of one to ten, your privacy ranks a solid four.

You can rest assured that - after we've scanned and processed and extracted every last bit of commercial advantage out of your data - the bitter, tarry residue left gumming up the cogs of our machine will be treated in full compliance with the best privacy legislation laundered money can buy.

And that's a promise.

@natecull This sounds like a thing from the Stanley Parable.

@natecull best layman privacy policy I've seen. I would toss some meta to the company which posted this—maybe not the good stuff but still the kind to maybe participate in an experian level notification during their next breach.

Your privacy is really important for us.
We don't want an another data leak, or a GDPR lawsuit hurting our company again.


We most certainly don't want to accidentally leak our users' valuable private data for *free* to some kids in a basement, no. That stuff's worth trillions [1] and is what we're in business to rent out.

We intend to treat our giant cash motherlode really, really well, and make sure it only goes out to trusted partners who pay us dearly for the privilege of so much as a glance.

[1] Or hundreds. We're not quite sure. It's worth somewhere between hundreds and trillions.

That why, we wish to be transparent with you. Here's the list to who we are handling your data, to our trusted partners.

So, as showed here, Here's the list of all the ad companies who exist on Earth.
If you notice that we forgot to include one certain company, chances are that we are already dealing with them already, we just forgot to update this list again.

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