Fast Company reports on Jumbo, a new iOS app that allows a user to alter privacy settings for various accounts using one interface. Right now, the app can set Facebook privacy settings and clear Google search history and voice recordings from Amazon's Alexa. The privacy-setting capabilities will extend to Twitter, Instagram and Amazon this summer. Jumbo CEO Pierre Valade said his company will not have access to the accounts of those using the new app as all processing is done on users' phones and requires no transmission to a separate server. User behaviors, like time accessed and features used, are all that is tracked by the app.
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