Social-networking sites like Facebook have already come under fire for a perceived lack of sensitivity in dealing with the privacy concerns of users. One new site, however, is rather upfront about its intentions to mine your personal data for totally nebulous reasons! Frrvrr.com is a “revolutionary tool for connecting and communicating with people that share your interests.” How does Frrvrr (pronounced “Fervor”) know with whom you’d like to communicate and connect? Based on your “browsing history, public records, health records, email activity, legal filings, and Web profiles,” of course!
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