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Old 14-06-18, 21:11
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Default What does ‘consent to tracking’ really mean?

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What does 'consent to tracking' really mean? - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs
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Post GDPR, many social media platforms will ask end users to consent to some form of tracking as a condition of using the service. It’s easy to make assumptions as to what that means, especially when the actual terms of service or data policy for the service in question is tough to find, full of legal jargon, or just long and boring. Part of the shock of recent Facebook stories*was in discovering just how expansive their consent to tracking really was. Let’s take a look at what can happen after you hit OK on a new site’s Terms of Service.
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