I hate to point out the glaringly obvious, but when they call it a “data policy” and not a “privacy policy”, it’s a red flag. They’re avoiding that tricksy privacy word for a reason…

This post is brought to you by another day spent trawling the policies of jaw-droppingly invasive trackers.

@laura Honestly, "privacy policy" is already a red flag. Zero knowledge platforms don't need to write a privacy policy.

@BartG95 @laura eh - it's definitely required for compliance but I understand your stance

@laura Yes, once they say “this is how we use your data” the question if the company respects your privacy is already answered with a no.

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