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Equifax can see the paychecks of 300 million Americans. The federal government sends weekly payroll data directly to Equifax servers. So do 75% of the Fortune 500 companies. https://t.co/MzlirSd36k

Equifax can see the paychecks of 300 million Americans. The federal government sends weekly payroll data directly to Equifax servers. So do 75% of the Fortune 500 companies. https://t.co/MzlirSd36k — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) April 5, 2019

RT @samfbiddle: Another jarring example from the study: “Facebook delivered our broadly targeted ads for houses for sale to audiences of 75…

Another jarring example from the study: “Facebook delivered our broadly targeted ads for houses for sale to audiences of 75% white users." Again, this the the FB algo *running on its own,* no racist landlord required https://t.co/49Kmy6qzrZ — Sam Biddle (@samfbiddle) April 4, 2019

@danprimack @khart @FrankPasquale Lets ignore common knowledge no one ever actually understands before clicking. Affirm pulls dozens of credit reports on each user, including to collect debts. Also pulls reports in months AFTER user pays loan?! PS-forced arbitration, class-action ban & prohibition on private AG’s

Lets ignore common knowledge no one ever actually understands before clicking. Affirm pulls dozens of credit reports on each user, including to collect debts. Also pulls reports in months AFTER user pays loan?! PS-forced arbitration, class-action ban & prohibition on private AG’s — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) April 3, 2019

Affirm, a start-up with a $2.9 BIL post-money valuation, relies on the extraction of personal & financial data from consumer credit reports. Affirm’s use of credit reports is exploitative. Maybe a cross-post in the Axios privacy series? cc @danprimack @khart @FrankPasquale https://t.co/ltsZMfCG2a

Affirm, a start-up with a $2.9 BIL post-money valuation, relies on the extraction of personal & financial data from consumer credit reports. Affirm’s use of credit reports is exploitative. Maybe a cross-post in the Axios privacy series? cc @danprimack @khart @FrankPasquale pic.twitter.com/ltsZMfCG2a — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) April 3, 2019

RT @jessamyn: “Computers… they’re impossible. Everything is impossible. The world is getting worse, blah. And I was like, these conversa…

"Computers… they're impossible. Everything is impossible. The world is getting worse, blah. And I was like, these conversations suck." I'm interviewed on The Breach podcast about why I sued Equifax to change the conversations I was having. https://t.co/vZ9GhFo0eg — jessamyn west (@jessamyn) April 2, 2019