3 thoughts on “Weekly output: fake pundits, CDA 230, Keyring’s password-sharing service

  1. Pingback: Weekly output: exposure notification apps, Saudi dissidents exposed by Twitter breach, social platforms and politicians | Rob Pegoraro

  2. Hello, I’m curious whether you’ve done any follow-up reporting you’ve done on Keyring. The company has a limited internet presence and very few users (less than 500 as reported by the Chrome extension store) and very few ratings or reviews (the latest review 5 months ago). Your piece as presented seemed to emphasize the password-sharing aspect of the service, but a recent trip to the company website shows more of an emphasis on the steep discount of bundled services. Given the steep implied discounts of Keyring’s offered bundle ($54 a month for a long list of servicess) and limited number of Chrome downloads to date, I’m curious about company’s funding history, current profitability, and any anticipated legal challenges from streaming services.

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