2. NBC News
NBC Universal tracks everything you do on their site, even keystrokes and information that you plugged into forms but didn’t end up submitting. See the NBC News privacy rating.
3. Go Fund Me - Help your friends and pretend you are their attorney.
The popular crowd-funding site puts liability on the user to explain their privacy policies to others. If you share your contacts with the site, you are indicating that you have talked with each individual in your address book about what Go Fund Me does with personal data. See the Go Fund Me privacy rating.
4. Snapchat - Ephemeral privacy rights
According to their policy, SnapChat may (or may not) get your consent before accessing your contacts, location and other private information. See the Snapchat privacy rating.
One of the EU (for now) governments that participated in the creation of GDPR is not compliant with the regulation. See the GOV.UK privacy rating.
6. Delta - We love to write pointless documents and it shows
If you have other members on your account - such as family or employees - AT&T assumes they all gave consent and that the account owner “got everyone together to talk” about how the company collects and uses personal data. See the AT&T privacy rating.
This weather app that comes preinstalled on many smartphones not only uses location information, but collects health and biometric data from your device and connected wearables. See the Accuweather privacy rating.