Facebook: Remember how we promised we weren’t tracking your location? Psych! Can't believe you fell for that - redd.it/d3d31i

Menstruation tracking app Maya leaked info about women’s periods, sexual activity to Facebook - redd.it/d2mqao

Google accused of secretly feeding personal data to advertisers - redd.it/czl0hn

Ring asks police not to tell public how its law enforcement backend works - Ring asks cops not to call its security cameras "security cameras" in public - redd.it/ctmzjs

The world really is in a shit place right now.

Protestors point lasers at police to prevent facial recognition from Chinese government - redd.it/ckc7hh

After opting out of body scanner at Heathrow Airport, passenger is told that opting out will not be possible from 2020 on - redd.it/chonzu

Fathom releases cookie-less analytics to their already anonymous analytics - usefathom.com/anonymization/

Tweet from Privacy Project (@PrivacyProject) - Privacy Project (@PrivacyProject) tweeted at 4:44 PM on Sat, Jul 13, 2019:

From the @nytimes newsroom: Millions of people’s images, taken from security cameras and sites like OkCupid, are quietly being used to train facial recognition software. nytimes.com/2019/07/13/technol


Hong Kong Government requires public hospitals to monitor protestors and hand over their patient information - redd.it/c0le4p

Once you build it they will come for it. Never assume good faith while creating it.

Germany wants access to citizens' data. That sparked fears of a sinister past - edition.cnn.com/2019/06/09/eur

I left the ad industry because our use of data tracking terrified me - redd.it/bxsbg7

It's comming ppl! And from the least expected place.

Germany mulls giving end-to-end chat app encryption das boot: Law requiring decrypted plain-text is in the works - redd.it/buek1s

London MET Police has been running facial recognition trials, with cameras scanning passers-by. A man who covered himself when passing by the cameras was fined £90 for disorderly behaviour and forced to have his picture taken anyway. - redd.it/bpb7vt

I knew it was bad, but hadn't seen a map yet about it.

European countries requiring registration of prepaid SIM cards : europe - reddit.com/r/europe/comments/9

Well, obviously.

Amazon Workers Are Listening to What You Tell Alexa. A global team reviews audio clips in an effort to help the voice-activated assistant respond to commands. - redd.it/bbvhwm

Response from official Berlin.de website on user tracking without consent: "Just too complicated and too much effort to ask for consent" : privacy - reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/

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