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Privacy Debt Budget

Privacy Debt Budget

Living in a modern world and using modern technology unfortunately means giving up some privacy and security in exchange for convenience. Every time we install an app, give a website out information, or buy something using a smart device, we take out a little more privacy debt. Some of that debt is recoverable, especially with the advent of GDPR. My goal is to cut down on some of that debt by auditing and budgeting what information I share, where I share it, and with whom I allow access.

Open Accounts

  • [x] Robinhood
  • [x] Spotify (replaced with Tidal)
  • [ ] Doordash
  • [ ] Amazon
  • [ ] Microsoft
  • [ ] Apple
  • [ ] Google (main account)
  • [ ] Google (secondary account)
  • [ ] Google (work account)
  • [ ] Slack
    • [ ] Lots of accounts
  • [ ] Tidal
  • [ ]

Tools

  • Mine App - A tool for evaluating who has your data and making GDPR requests to delete it