None of my business, really, unless you decide to tell me. But Meta feels it’s crucial for them to know — and they don’t mind not asking! In fact, in a joint study, non-profit newsroom The Markup and Mozilla privacy platform Rally found Meta snapping up a mass of sensitive data with its Pixel tool. Pixel helps itself to snippets of HTML code, then tracks you around the Web. This crafty tool did so with a mass of FAFSA college student aid data – regardless of whether the users had logged in.
Meanwhile, a Facebook document leak revealed that because it builds systems with open borders, it doesn’t know what data it has, and can’t find out!
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