What do you call it when employers use Facebook’s advertising platform to show certain job ads only to men or just to people between the ages of 25 and 36?
How about when Google collects the whereabouts of its users — even after they deliberately turn off location history?
Or when AT&T shares its mobile customers’ locations with data brokers?
American policymakers often refer to such issues using a default umbrella term: privacy. That at least is the framework for a Senate Commerce Committee hearing scheduled for this Wednesday titled “Examining Safeguards for Consumer Data Privacy.”
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