Jumpshot is crashing down after selling people's data

Updated: Feb 19

On Tuesday, Business Insider reported how startup Jumpshot, once valued at $173M, crashed after reports of selling people's data.

February 17, 2020. Business Insider reports the inside story of how startup Jumpshot, once valued at $173 million, came crashing down after reports that it was selling people's data. The analytics firm Jumpshot just shut down after a report alleged it was selling people's browsing data without their knowledge to marketers like Home Depot and Revlon.

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