Web: https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/s2qliv/can_anyone_clarify_me_on_this_word_information_we/

Jan. 13, 2022, 4:35 a.m. | /u/enumeler

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age reddit.com

Typo on the Title, it should have been information we collect

Here is a confusion I am having, say I have a messaging service where people can login and message their friends.

When people login and send message to their friend, it means the contents of their message is in my server, encrypted or not.

It will be stored in a hard drive I own somewhere, perhaps indefinitely. How does that not fall under data collection?

submitted by /u/enumeler
[link] …

information privacy word

Head of Information Security

@ Canny | Remote

Information Technology Specialist (INFOSEC)

@ U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission | Washington, D.C.

Information Security Manager - $90K-$180K - MANAG002176

@ Sound Transit | Seattle, WA

Sr. Software Security Architect

@ SAS | Remote

Senior Incident Responder

@ CipherTechs, Inc. | Remote

Data Security DevOps Engineer Senior/Intermediate

@ University of Michigan - ITS | Ann Arbor, MI