Micropayments company Coil has emailed users its new privacy policy but placed hundreds of their addresses in the “To:” field and therefore breached their privacy. From a report: The mail had the Subject line “Updates to Coil’s Terms and Privacy Policy” and offered links to the document. The Register has read it and can report that while it reveals that Coil seeks permission to share users’ details with service providers, partners, and “related entities.” We cannot find a clause that resembles: “We reserve the right to expose your email address to countless other Coil users in the ‘To:’ field of an email.”

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