Airtel can now collect and share your personal information with third parties (a thread)
Airtel's updated Privacy Policy says Airtel can now collect sensitive personal information such as sexual orientation, genetic information and also data related to Political opinions, Religious beliefs, Psychological data, sex life, Financial data, Health, passwords (2/n)
Trade Union Membership and share all of this with third parties. It can also share this data with Government agencies and authorised law enforcement agencies.

Airtel will not take accountability for any data leaks in case the Airtel systems are hacked. (3/n)
The policy gathers overbroad and incredibly personal data unconnected to the provision of telecom services.

If you refuse to provide personal information they can block your services.

It's not okay to block services if you refuse to accept the new policy. (4/n)
This is scary. The new Privacy Policy is unethical and insensitive. They need to roll back the updated Privacy Policy. We do not consent to share about our sexual orientation and sensitive personal information with airtel. (5/n)
Amplify this issue, talk about this.
Tag @airtelindia to bring this to notice.
Before idiots come here to say ✨FAKE NEWS✨ again

gadgets.ndtv.com/internet/news/…
@airtelindia this is unethical, roll this back

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