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whatbigotspost: strengthins0lidarity: marithlizard: spoonie-living: [Image: Tweet by Emily Mullin (@EmilyLMullin) and tweet by Isobelle Winter (@IsobelleWinter), both about the dangers of Facebook’s new preventative health screening tool. Images have been modified for visual ease but information has not been changed.] Something to know about Facebook’s new “screening tool,” and advice/info that can most certainly be used outside of this specific situation. For spoonies, the biggest deal is how this data, if leaked, could affect you in professional and insurance spheres. Here’s Emily’s full thread, which discusses the details of the tool, and here’s Isobelle’s full thread, which extrapolates on specific dangers. In the end? It’s another data grab. Data is worth money; don’t give yours away, especially not to Facebook. Yeah, please don’t use this thing.  When you let companies have your personal information, they will use it against you.  You might not realize it until years later, when you get a big medical bill and insurance refuses to cover it because you once told Facebook you might have ADHD (or something) and that counts as a pre-existing condition.   Yeah DONT DO THIS. Spread the word : whatbigotspost: strengthins0lidarity: marithlizard: spoonie-living: [Image: Tweet by Emily Mullin (@EmilyLMullin) and tweet by Isobelle Winter (@IsobelleWinter), both about the dangers of Facebook’s new preventative health screening tool. Images have been modified for visual ease but information has not been changed.] Something to know about Facebook’s new “screening tool,” and advice/info that can most certainly be used outside of this specific situation. For spoonies, the biggest deal is how this data, if leaked, could affect you in professional and insurance spheres. Here’s Emily’s full thread, which discusses the details of the tool, and here’s Isobelle’s full thread, which extrapolates on specific dangers. In the end? It’s another data grab. Data is worth money; don’t give yours away, especially not to Facebook. Yeah, please don’t use this thing.  When you let companies have your personal information, they will use it against you.  You might not realize it until years later, when you get a big medical bill and insurance refuses to cover it because you once told Facebook you might have ADHD (or something) and that counts as a pre-existing condition.   Yeah DONT DO THIS. Spread the word

whatbigotspost: strengthins0lidarity: marithlizard: spoonie-living: [Image: Tweet by Emily Mullin (@EmilyLMullin) and tweet by Isobell...

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