I have never used this, but another good example to stop spreading your data.
Former Myspace workers said that colleagues used this "entire backdoor to the Myspace platform" to snoop on unsuspecting users—including exes. This happened a decade ago, before the value of personal data gained mainstream awareness. Which in no way excuses the behavior of the employees in question; it doesn't take a Cambridge Analytica news cycle to realize that spying on people is wrong. Most platforms have a tool like this—Uber notably called its version God View and had similar privacy issues—but also strictly limit access to it. If you don't want your employees
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