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May 24, 2021How do privacy laws protect us?Privacy laws require websites to disclose what information they collect. Depending on where you live and what the laws are, privacy laws can range from cookie banners to deleting and amending our digital data.
#privacy
May 4, 2021Am I addicted to cat videos? Time spent on an app, how long you stay to read a post, where and what you click: All those behaviors are data used to tailor your experience and keep you engaged.
#privacy#social media
March 3, 2021How should my phone ask to collect my location? What would make it a “good” request?Your location information enables apps to do a lot of neat things. It can also be a sensitive piece of information, which is why your phone doesn't give access to it without your consent. Overall that's a very good thing, but it means the onus is on you to decide: should you say yes when an app asks to use your location?
#data#location#mobile
February 19, 2021What can be discovered through a “private” social media account?All your social media accounts act as a unique web of identifiers. Take small steps like fuzzing your data or creating unique usernames to make your private accounts a little more private.
#data#privacy#social media
January 28, 2021What is data?We're serious about answering your questions about data and we didn't want to skip over this one. Here's a post to get you started. If it sparks more questions, let us know!
#data
January 28, 2021What’s a passive indicator?Do you know what all of the icons at the top of your phone mean? Passive indicators, aka status icons, give you information about your device so that you can check the status of things without interrupting your flow.
#design#mobile
January 28, 2021Should I let my phone collect my location once, while in-use, or all the time?Our phones ask for our locations in several different ways. What’s the difference between them? This post can help you decide which option to choose.
#location#mobile

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Illustration for How do privacy laws protect us?
May 24, 2021

Privacy laws require websites to disclose what information they collect. Depending on where you live and what the laws are, privacy laws can range from cookie banners to deleting and amending our digital data.

#privacy
Illustration for Am I addicted to cat videos?
May 4, 2021

Time spent on an app, how long you stay to read a post, where and what you click: All those behaviors are data used to tailor your experience and keep you engaged.

#privacy
#social media
Illustration for How should my phone ask to collect my location? What would make it a “good” request?
March 3, 2021

Your location information enables apps to do a lot of neat things. It can also be a sensitive piece of information, which is why your phone doesn't give access to it without your consent. Overall that's a very good thing, but it means the onus is on you to decide: should you say yes when an app asks to use your location?

#data
#location
#mobile
Illustration for What can be discovered through a “private” social media account?
February 19, 2021

All your social media accounts act as a unique web of identifiers. Take small steps like fuzzing your data or creating unique usernames to make your private accounts a little more private.

#data
#privacy
#social media
January 28, 2021

We're serious about answering your questions about data and we didn't want to skip over this one. Here's a post to get you started. If it sparks more questions, let us know!

#data
Illustration for What’s a passive indicator?
January 28, 2021

Do you know what all of the icons at the top of your phone mean? Passive indicators, aka status icons, give you information about your device so that you can check the status of things without interrupting your flow.

#design
#mobile
Illustration for Should I let my phone collect my location once, while in-use, or all the time?
January 28, 2021

Our phones ask for our locations in several different ways. What’s the difference between them? This post can help you decide which option to choose.

#location
#mobile