From WaPo’s Geoffrey A. Fowler: I found your data. It’s for sale. “I’ve watched you check in for a flight and seen your doctor refilling a prescription. I’ve peeked inside corporate networks at reports on faulty rockets. If I wanted, I could’ve even opened a tax return you only shared with your accountant.” (Ho hum…)

+ Vox: “All of this sounds bad. And it is, objectively, not great. But if you’ve already uploaded your photo and there’s nothing you can do about it now, it’s worth considering how warranted the panic really is.” Privacy concerns over the viral Face app is totally valid. But they’re also overblown. (Oh well…)

+ NYT: Google and Facebook Are Quietly Tracking You on Sex Websites. (Wait, what!!!?)