Getting Used to Bad Things
This crossed my twitter the other day:
And maybe that’s taken out of context, blah blah, but I take against “having their data shared” being added to the long list of Things Young People Can’t Avoid that are described as generational choices rather than bitter necessity.
Data sharing as a choice is especially annoying because I occasionally get a lovely reminder courtesy of haveibeenpwned.com of the massive data-breach communities I am a happy member of.
So in the interest of the data sharing lifestyle, here is my disclosure of everyone who has shared my data with hackers (that I know about):
Adobe: Email addresses, Password hints, Passwords, Usernames
Dropbox: Email addresses, Passwords
Gmail Accounts (Third Party Breach): Email addresses, Passwords
Linkedin: Email addresses, Passwords
Tumblr: Email addresses, Passwords
last.fm: Email addresses, Passwords, Usernames, Website activity.
I expect this to be an on-going feature.
Nov 2016: GeekedIn: Email addresses, Geographic locations, Names, Professional skills, Usernames, Years of professional experience