privacy

Tim Hortons is offering a free coffee and donut to settle a privacy claim

Tim Hortons is offering a free coffee and donut to settle a privacy claim

Briefly Canadian fast-food chain Tim Hortons is settling multiple privacy class action lawsuits against it by offering something it knows is good: donuts and coffee. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) said Friday that the Timmies’ deal still requires court approval, but if it does, users of Tim Hortons’ mobile apps affected by the chain’s improper …

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Tim Horton’s application to track the “mass invasion of Canadian privacy”: a watchdog

Tim Hortons’ mobile app violates Canadian privacy laws, finds new investigation. Tim Hortons’ mobile app tracked and recorded user movements, leading to a “mass invasion of Canadian privacy” that violated Canadian law, investigated by federal and provincial privacy commissioners. The investigation concluded that while Tim Hortons asked his millions of mobile app users to allow …

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