The State of Online Privacy Post-Roe & How Meta is Tracking Users



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The State of Online Privacy Post-Roe & How Meta is Tracking Users
By In Plain English • Issue #44 • View online
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, is using a tracking code to follow its users around the internet when they click on links in its apps, claims an ex-Google engineer.
Plus: Fresh concerns over data privacy emerge post-Roe as investigators obtain Facebook messages to press charges against a Nebraska woman who helped her teenage daughter get an abortion.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.
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