we may share your personal information with communications platforms, such as Facebook.”
Just how bad is it? Further down they (sort of) explain what information: that might include;
may include name, zip code, email address, and other information
To create personalized Products that are unique and relevant to you, we use your connections, preferences, interests and activities based on the data we collect and learn from you and others (including any data with special protections you choose to provide); how you use and interact with our Products; and the people, places, or things you're connected to and interested in on and off our Products.
Am I the only one that finds the use of “other information” uncomforting?
But, that’s not all, they also rent out your information and even trade their contact lists with other organizations:
We sometimes allow other non-partisan organizations to contact our supporters who have chosen to share their information with us. Working with other organizations in this way, either on a rental basis, in an exchange, or through a data sharing co-op
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Two more bases include when processing is of “vital interest” to you (i.e. you were in an accident and your doctor needs to share your info) and when there is a “public interest” (which generally covers the collection of data by government agencies for research purposes).The last legal basis is “legitimate interest.” Legitimate interest is a legal basis one company would use with another company to request your private information.