The App that was there to help could be worse

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So the app that was supposed to help us get rid of junk mail is selling our info? Unroll.me, according to Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, was where Uber bought information. Apparently Unroll.me users data analytics service is called Slice. It is what keeps track of what we purchase. The company says, “We never, ever release personal data about you.” However, they are not goingto stop what they are doing. It is in the fine print that they can do what they are doing...Click here to read more and if you would like to truly get rid of Unroll.me here is how for gmail: 

1. Go to “My Account.”

2. Under “Sign-in and Security,” click “Connected apps and sites.”

3. Go to “Apps connected to your account” and click on Unroll.me. Hit “remove.”

4. Start looking through those privacy statements and terms of service pages, even if they're full of legalese. For an easy way to see what a company wants to do with your data, search the page for the term "third party."

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