Stop User Privacy Invasion & Possible Harassment From tracr​.​co on Discord

Stop User Privacy Invasion & Possible Harassment From tracr​.​co on Discord

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Tracr.co, formerly known as dis.cool, is a Discord service that logs the information of users (such as the servers they are in and their recently played games/statuses) without the consent of their users. If you are on Discord, chances are, your information is on this service as well. If you are a resident of the UK, I strongly advise you use the livechat here as soon as you can: 

https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/live-chat/

They are violating the GDPR by not removing the data of the users. They obtain this data via Selfbots (Bots disguised as regular accounts), which are against the Terms of Service on Discord. They use these selfbots to join a lot of servers, big and small, and make a list of the users, messages, emojis, and other information. Almost all of the data this service collects is available to the public, meaning that this could be used as a tool to target people, and it could be used for harassment. There is also a little bit more information that they have on most people that they put behind a paywall, such as some small servers people are in. When you attempt to opt out of this service, it seems as if you can by using the "Request Removal" feature. However, this is fake and will lead you to a troll image. Here is a Reddit Post regarding this issue in more detail:

https://www.reddit.com/r/discordapp/comments/f50qil/discool_is_creating_profiles_of_people_who_have/

I believe that Discord should file a lawsuit against this company/service, as it would most likely stop them. The dis.cool domain got shut down, but the services are still up and they are using tracr.co now. Spread the news and make awareness to help people become aware of this issue. Hopefully Discord will sue these people.

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