Reddit is based in U.S. So, should we trust them?

Reddit is based in U.S. So, should we trust them? Hello Fellows, ​ As you know there are some eyes like PRISM), 5Eyes, 9Eyes, 14Eyes and other unknown Eyes are watching people and sharing information between each other. Also there is an UKUSA available. As you know privacytools.io absolutely doesn’t recommend U.S. based services because of surveillance programs in that country. Every privacy lover website/person/group recommends to avoid U.S. based services. ​ How do we know Reddit doesn’t share our all activities (login IPs, PMs, etc.) with someone? Are they…

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eBay don’t actually delete your account

eBay don’t actually delete your account When you delete your eBay account, they will send you an e-mail saying all relevant personal data has been deleted, and that you should delete the cookie on your computer. But what happens if you don’t delete the cookie? Well here I am, 1 month later, and I can still access my account. Everything is there – my private messages, items I’ve bid on, etc. So what they’re actually doing is just disabling logging in. Another scum company. submitted by /u/stiofan_io to r/privacy [link]…

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Nokia 7 Plus phones sends personal #information to a chinese server

Nokia 7 Plus phones sends personal information to a chinese server A recent article by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation has uncovered a serious breach of GDPR. Nokia 7 Plus phones would send a packet with personal information every time the phone booted or unlocked. Apparently it has been patched with a recent update, and therefore fixed. But, EU with its GDPR law better pursue this. Read the article here (Translated from Norwegian to English, and the translation seems to hold up): https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fnrkbeta.no%2F2019%2F03%2F21%2Fnorske-telefoner-sendte-personopplysninger-til-kina%2F Original just in case: https://nrkbeta.no/2019/03/21/norske-telefoner-sendte-personopplysninger-til-kina/ Edit: Latest news…

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With #Facial recognition, shoplifting may get you banned in places you’ve never been – There are hundreds of stores using #Facial recognition — none that have any rules or standards to prevent abuse

With facial recognition, shoplifting may get you banned in places you’ve never been – There are hundreds of stores using facial recognition — none that have any rules or standards to prevent abuse submitted by /u/LizMcIntyre to r/privacy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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