Take a Break From Google: The Apps You Need Google is all but impossible to avoid–it’s also a huge collector of personal data. WSJ’s David Pierce left the bubble of intertwined products and services, and found many comparable apps and services.
- - a-run-down-of-social-medias-effects-on-our-mental-health - Are you ready? Here is all the data Facebook and Google have on you - Why have we given up our privacy to Facebook and other sites so willingly? - Growth At Any Cost: Top Facebook Executive Defended Data Collection In 2016 Memo — And Warned That Facebook Could Get People Killed - Revealed: 50 million Facebook profiles harvested for Cambridge Analytica in major data breach - Facebook increases lobbying presence on Capitol Hill before Zuckerberg testimony - Facebook’s 2011 FTC Complaint - FACEBOOK’S DECEPTIVE PRIVACY SETTINGS (Count 1) - FACEBOOK’S UNFAIR AND DECEPTIVE DECEMBER 2009 PRIVACY CHANGES (Count 2 and Count 3) - SCOPE OF PLATFORM APPLICATIONS’ ACCESS TO FACEBOOK USERS’ INFORMATION (Count 4) - FACEBOOK’S DISCLOSURE OF USER INFORMATION TO ADVERTISERS (Count 5) - FACEBOOK’S DECEPTIVE VERIFIED APPS PROGRAM (Count 6 and Count 7) - FACEBOOK’S DISCLOSURE OF USER PHOTOS AND VIDEOS (Count 7) - U.S.-EU SAFE HARBOR FRAMEWORK (Count 8) - Documents on FTC site