How Big Tech Collects Your Private Data and How to Delete It

In episode 132 for August 3rd 2020: How the big tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter collect your private data and how you can delete it with Kira Rakova from Undatify.

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The Step-by-Step Guide to Erasing Your Entire Google History

How to Download And Delete Your Data From Facebook

How to Delete Your Private Data from Apple’s Servers

How to delete your Twitter history

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