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LastPass in privacy hot seat over web trackers – CNET

A security researcher recommends dropping LastPass after a privacy advocacy app discovered seven web trackers in the password manager.

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LastPass’ slate of web trackers is in the spotlight after a security researcher recommended switching away from the password manager based on the findings of a well-known privacy advocacy app. The analysis follows LastPass’ recently announced restrictions to its free-tier service, which will become effective in March. 
The Exodus Privacy app, developed by the Guardian Project to document the number of trackers and permissions other apps use, discovered seven web trackers in the Android version…

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