Yeah, that's what I thought. Nobody reads privacy policies. They're not really meant for the users, anyway -- they're meant to protect companies from potential lawsuits. As such, they're long, complicated and often packed with enough legalese to make even an eager litigator's eyes glaze over.
Today, lots of device and app makers sneak all kinds of protections into privacy policies that let them do just about whatever they want with your data, assuming you're willing to accept the terms of service (ToS).
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