The White House's social media 'bias' survey has a terrible privacy policy

Tech 16-5-2019 Mashable 16
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Donald Trump wants you to know that he totally understands your online struggle. 

The 45th President of the United States is famous for complaining about the perceived censoring of conservatives on social media, and, in an effort to ride that wave of self-victimization toward a larger database of potential Trump voters, has launched a survey giving people to chance to gripe to their hearts' content about losing Twitter followers or whatever. Oh, also, the site also just so happens to have an absolutely bonkers privacy policy. 

In addition to asking for respondents' names, emails, phone numbers, zip codes, social media usernames, citizenship status, and whether or not they are over 18, the online form asks said respondents to submit screenshots of any enforcement action a company like Facebook may have taken against them. You'd be wise to make your way over to the linked user agreement before hitting "submit." Read more...

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