Weekly Recap: What Do You Think Happens To The Data Tech Companies Collect?

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If there’s something that you have probably thought about, it’s the question above. So much data on you is collected by various companies that offer different products and services.

You’d be surprised, even supermarkets collect data on what you buy through those loyalty cards. Anyway, it has recently come to my attention that tech companies are weird. Weirder than you think.

See, the data that they collect on their users, some of these companies put this data to use in ways that just leaves our jaws dropping. From sending private videos to strangers to asking for nudes from users and even a crazy company that stores deleted answers on an online examination tool – it’s all happening.

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