You’d get 1 coffee and 1 donut.
A multinational corporation that's owned by venture capitalists knows where you sleep and work, but you get a hot beverage and baked good in return.1 That seems like a bad deal to us.
Click here and find out what you can do to make sure companies can't roast and toast their way out of privacy violations.
You’d get a grilled cheese panini.
You'd be hard pressed (😉) to find any company that wasn't willing to trade melted cheese for your DNA as it reveals sensitive information not just about you, but about your entire family, ancestors, and future generations.
Click here to find out what you can do to get greasy corporate fingers (🧀) off your sensitive data.
You’d get 1 chicken bacon ranch wrap.
Our faces don't significantly change over time and can be used to expose our identity and track our movements when we travel in public and private spaces. While bacon is delicous, being in a 24/7 police lineup isn't so tasty.2
Click here to find out what you can do to get companies to stop stealing our faces from the Internet.
You’d get a 10 pack of Timbits
Whether you're a great singer or not, your voice is unique and can be used to identify and even impersonate you. Not even Justin Bieber's Timbiebs Timbits are worth this trade.
Click here to find out what you can do to make sure that your singing voice is just for you (and the people you choose to share it with).
You’d get 1 new slushie beverage.
Data related to your finances is extremely valuable and can be used against you, including when you're applying for services from banks. It's not chill (🥶) for companies to be collecting it and selling it without your knowledge and permission – even if they're offering a slushie (🍧) in return.
Click here to find out what you can do to turn thing around and put a little heat (🔥) on them.
You’d get 1 sausage and egg biscuit.
Trading your health data for a sausage and egg biscuit is even more unhealthy than eating one of them every day. That's because insurance companies are able to use our sensitive medical information to reject our claims and increase our premiums.
Click here to find out what you can do to take a healthy bite out of medical surveillance.
You’d get an order of potato wedges.
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects our religious data, but this kind of information is being sold to government agencies by private companies.3
Click here to find out what you can do to put a wedge (🥔) between your data and spying eyes.