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Oath Now Serves Users Targeted Ads Based On Email Content

3 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Oath has recently revised its privacy policy statement to reflect the Verizon -owned company's ability to decide on what ads to serve to a specific user based on the email and SMS content sent and received by that individual. It's worth noting that Oath is comprised of AOL and Yahoo Mail. The communication media firm says in its updated privacy policy page that it scans and examines user activities on its diverse portfolio of websites, applications, and services as part of an effort to target more relevant ads to potential customers, among other things. Oath uses automated systems to...
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