After nearly 6 years of reporting about the latest technologies for women, each of us have decided to follow other career paths.
"[But] by using that website — by just visiting — you have agreed to their terms of service, which means in the nanosecond it takes to actually connect to that website your information is gone." And it's perfectly legal. Go Public requested a Skype interview, but vice-president of marketing and communications, Allison Braley instead provided Go Public with a written statement (emphasis in the original).
" do we take Facebook data to create a Zoosk profile without a user’s express permission," she wrote.
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"Right now in Canada, there's nothing to stop an organization from gathering that information about you and doing pretty much as they please with it as long as you're notified." That notification is the key — and also the problem.