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@ronlieber Full credit to you! It’s a gem! Equifax is aggressively non-compliant with even basic legal requirements. ps – curious about the results of experiment to cut out Equifax Workforce Solutions (TALX) from NYT Co?

Full credit to you! It’s a gem! Equifax is aggressively non-compliant with even basic legal requirements. ps – curious about the results of experiment to cut out Equifax Workforce Solutions (TALX) from NYT Co? — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 9, 2019

“It’s astounding that Equifax can’t get its stories straight. How hard can it be to see that customers get the correct information from Equifax employees, particularly when it knew the The New York Times was going to follow up?” https://t.co/XHlrbJFIAt HT @ronlieber

“It’s astounding that Equifax can’t get its stories straight. How hard can it be to see that customers get the correct information from Equifax employees, particularly when it knew the The New York Times was going to follow up?” https://t.co/XHlrbJFIAt HT @ronlieber — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 8, 2019

This is entirely legal because no laws exist to stop it. Any legislators out there want to step up and be a hero? https://t.co/16Uf1uGtP7 #privacy #breach #data #creditscores https://t.co/vZqDMEWqeL

This is entirely legal because no laws exist to stop it. Any legislators out there want to step up and be a hero? https://t.co/16Uf1uGtP7 #privacy #breach #data #creditscores pic.twitter.com/vZqDMEWqeL — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 8, 2019

Update your privacy settings on here. Twitter tracks our current locations; our Twitter activity; our online activity; and our devices & browsers. Twitter uses our data to make “inferences” about our identities & “shares” our data w/ 3rd parties. https://t.co/C8BPBk8qc6

Update your privacy settings on here. Twitter tracks our current locations; our Twitter activity; our online activity; and our devices & browsers. Twitter uses our data to make “inferences” about our identities & “shares” our data w/ 3rd parties. https://t.co/C8BPBk8qc6 — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 6, 2019

“Anyone who has ever built a digital product knows that if you’re putting something seven screens away from the main screen with a series of scrolls, clicks, and nonobvious names, you’re actively trying to hide the content from the end user.” https://t.co/vYvfMCNXZV

“Anyone who has ever built a digital product knows that if you’re putting something seven screens away from the main screen with a series of scrolls, clicks, and nonobvious names, you’re actively trying to hide the content from the end user.” https://t.co/vYvfMCNXZV — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 5, 2019