For the average Internet user, connecting to a home network is a literal “set it and forget it” scenario. This can ultimately cause problems when the Wi-Fi goes out because people break into an immediate panic.
Do you think that Reddit should continue to shut down harassment groups as they have in the past with r/thefappening and r/fatpeoplehate? Or should they continue to allow the Reddit community to discuss any particular interest or opinion freely?
Popular games like 'My Talking Tom' and 'Swamp Attack' in the Google Play store are among the worst apps, each loaded with more than 20 "connected trackers". But what kind of data are they leaking? The kind to build a custom profile of you, including contacts and your browser history.